The US government's $85 billion bailout of ILFC parent American International Group late Tuesday cast a cloud of uncertainty over the aircraft lessor that is the largest single customer of both Boeing and Airbus. ILFC Chairman and CEO Steven Udvar-Hazy reportedly is attempting to line up investors to buy back the company from AIG, which purchased it in 1990, according to the Wall Street Journal. ILFC, founded by Udvar-Hazy and Leslie and Louis Gonda in 1973, is a bright spot in troubled ...

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