The 1960s icon Monarch Airlines has finally collapsed, going into administration in the UK after the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) refused to renew its licence. All aircraft are now grounded, leaving Boeing with 45 737MAX-8 delivery slots to fill, following the additional order at Paris this year for 15. The Monarch fleet is all leased, save for one 737-800, and once again it is the A320-family that sees an operator collapse. So, who is exposed? One aircraft is currently stored – on lease at Air Malta – AerCap has nine A321-231s; Aviation Capital Group has four A321-231 WLs; SMBC has

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