As lessors with exposure to Russian operators embark on major aircraft repossession tasks, our Consulting Team explores the challenges lessors face and options they may consider executing this herculean mission.
ACC Aviation, reports an exceptionally strong third quarter, with its US office experiencing its strongest three months in its short history.
Remaining flexible and quickly adaptable to the market is the way forward for many airlines, most of whom are not keen currently to invest in new aircraft and the staff to operate them. Leasing appears the way to go, as the global airline market remains uncertain.
Private charter is an optimum form of air travel, enabling elite athletes to keep fully in control of their itineraries. Without it, many international sporting events simply would not have happened.
ACC Aviation has appointed Andreas Pericleous as VP Business Development, dedicated to the company’s expanding, international Consulting division. Andreas will work across the consultancy portfolio covering aircraft asset management, technical services, aviation finance and advisory.
Aircraft rejections lead to maintenance expenditure, remarketing costs, and lost revenue during the transition period; it is critical to take proactive measures during a potential aircraft rejection scenario to secure your assets and prepare for potential asset recovery and remarketing.
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) was trending pre-pandemic before Covid-19 overshadowed it and airlines put on hold new fleet decisions or deferred deliveries. However, as the industry starts to return it is expected to come back strong.
ACC’s Director of Consulting, Rob Watts, reflects on the rise of sustainable investing, the growing importance of ESG in aviation financing and the implications for airlines and investors.
While the effects of the coronavirus pandemic are still being felt around the world, airlines must effectively manage their assets, operations and cash flow to ensure sustainability and, ultimately, long-term business success. In the third and final instalment of this three-part series, we explore options for airlines looking to raise additional capital to secure longevity, during and after COVID-19.