​​​​​​​Lessors bid on Wizz and EasyJet sale/leasebacks

Wizz and EasyJet join several carriers that are also rumoured to be in the market. Sources estimate that there may be as many as two hundred aircraft currently in the sale-leaseback market as airlines explore any means they can to raise cash.

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