01/04/2020

Buyers cite EOD clauses to walk away from aircraft deals

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.


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