Many European lessors are seeing up to 80% of their airline clients ask for rental holidays, according to leasing sources, as scores of carriers seek to preserve cash. more
Ishka estimates that governments are preparing or executing up to $77.9 billion in bailouts for airlines around the world. more
Buyers are walking away from nearly completed sales of leased aircraft, explain lessors, as the fall-out of the Covid-19 crisis is causing several deals involving millions of dollars of leased aircraft and engines to fall apart. more
Airlines have raised or drawn down another $13.6 billion of debt in the past week – equal to nearly $2 billion of fresh debt a day, a figure that only includes publicly disclosed facilities. more
A $58 billion bailout for US airlines was signed into law by President Donald Trump on 27th March as part of the CARES Act. Ishka examines the provisions for state aid to US air carriers. more
An analysis of around 270 actively trading lessor bonds shows that spreads are widening for many of the notes issued by the US publicly listed lessors. more
Ishka updates and expands last week’s summary of airline demands for state support and bailout offers by governments around the world. more
Aviation banks are still open for business, say financiers, but terms have changed and financing institutions are only supporting existing clients, and key airlines. more
Airlines and lessors have rushed to the debt markets seeking liquidity as the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc on their revenue streams. more
Is Covid-19 recovery in China, South Korea and Singapore translating into an air traffic revival? Not quite - only China’s domestic market for now. more
Lessors indicate that the vast bulk of new aircraft lease placements with airlines have been stopped as carriers ground their fleets to minimise capacity as the Covid-19 pandemic unravels. more
Many of the top airlines in both Africa and the Middle East have some form of state backing – a distinct advantage as commercial passenger aviation grinds to a halt across the globe. more
Brazilian airlines are set to receive government aid as countries in Latin America rush to close their borders. more
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