Henry Hubschman, who led GE Capital Aviation Services from 1997 first as president and CEO and then as chairman, died of cancer Feb. 9. He was 63. Under Hubschman's leadership, GECAS' aircraft assets grew from $10 billion to $49 billion as the fleet reached 1,800 aircraft operated by nearly 250 airlines in more than 75 countries. He joined GE in 1992 as general counsel of its engine division and retired at the end of 2010, having spent 12 years as president and CEO of GECAS ...

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