What are the main sources of aviation financing globally? Learn about them in this article and explore the particularities of each.
This insight report analyses the options available to the airlines when making fleet acquisition and financing decisions. The report covers ACMI leasing, operating leases, and aircraft ownership, the pros and cons of each, and when they are best deployed.
In this short insight, we explore the main differences between ACMI and dry leasing and the key advantages of each lease.
The lease return or redelivery process is the final stage in the aircraft leasing life cycle. This phase is of great importance to the lessor and lessee as it could have significant financial and reputational implications if not managed well.
A crucial element of a successful and mutually-beneficial aircraft transaction relationship is achieving an optimum financing arrangement with acceptable risk for each transacting party. This report will explore everything to consider to achieve a well-balanced and efficient transaction.
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.
Leisure travel for summer 2022 is looking strong and the unprecipitated one to three-month contracts that have dominated the past 12 months, will give way to six-month plus bookings, once again.
For operators looking to make the most of sudden demand spikes this summer, ACMI leasing offers a flexible, short-notice solution for utilising or accessing additional fleet capacity.
ACC Aviation CEO, Phil Mathews, looks at the root cause of the current aviation industry crisis and the six key emerging trends in 2021.
ACC Aviation’s expert aviation consultancy team provides insight on the strategies that airlines can implement to address the current oversupply of capacity in their markets, look at ways to unlock capital and address problems related to managing cash flow.