The spate of airline bankruptcies around the globe and the challenges they have presented to the leasing and finance sector will impact the way commercial transports are financed in the future, says GE Commercial Aviation Services President and CEO Henry Hubschman. Commenting on lessons learned from the ongoing bankruptcy reorganizations in the US, Hubschman noted, "We don't do leveraged leases anymore. Period. We're [also] more cautious about doing single-investor leases." He added, "We ...

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