Airlines charge lessors more for novations
As the world’s fleet increases, airlines are forced to spend time doing novations as lessors trade their aircraft. Ishka examines some of the challenges lessors and airlines face with novations.
Shipping sulphur regulations push up jet fuel prices
The premium of jet fuel over crude oil has increased 31.3% since new limits for the sulphur content of marine fuels was announced. more
Treaty lenders make cautious comeback after Japanese tax reforms
Treaty lenders are slowly returning to the Japanese market after tax reforms announced last year left overseas lenders unsure how competitive they could be against domestic banks when contending for JOLCO debt mandates. more