AIN 2012 Aircraft Financing

Aviation International News » December 2012
After a cold winter of tight credit, the industry is hoping for the first spring thaw
December 1, 2012, 7:00 AM

As the business aviation industry slowly recovers lost ground in terms of aircraft sales and flight hours, the liquidity of funding for aircraft purchases is showing signs of emerging from its hibernation over the past few years. Those lenders that weathered the storm note that business inquiries are picking up, and while the highly restrictive lending criteria imposed after the economic downturn may be showing signs of thawing, the phrase “right customer, right aircraft” can still be heard in many quarters.

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