A group of 24 airlines based in Europe and the U.S. yesterday issued a set of common principles they claim should underlie a new OEDC Sector Understanding on Export Credits of Civil Aircraft (ASU) to ensure a “level playing field” in the arena of export financing of Boeing and Airbus airplanes. The 24 airlines, which include 15 members of the U.S.
Export credit agency
Four new AW139s destined for Trinidad and Tobago are the latest in a series of U.S.-manufactured helicopters whose export loans are being backed by the U.S. Export-Import Bank. The Ex-Im reports guaranteeing through July more than $200 million in U.S. commercial helicopter export loans for aircraft destined for markets in the Americas and Asia.
The sentiment expressed by the world’s two big airliner manufacturers seem increasingly out of line with the reality perceived by the financial community when it comes to airlines’ ability to fund aircraft deliveries this year, according to some of the industry’s most prominent analysts.
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