As airlines go, so goes commercial aircraft leasing. It is going quite well for both at this time. A healthy and steady demand for new and slightly used airliners, plus strong revenues due to a spike in domestic and international passenger traffic, has helped transform lessors into a formidable juggernaut in commercial aviation. Forty percent of all commercial aircraft delivered today are leased, with commercial debt financing assuming 60%, according to the Boeing Current Aircraft Finance ...

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