International Lease Finance Corp. said last week it could face additional writedowns on its aircraft fleet after revealing the results of stress tests on a portfolio that has already suffered more than $3 billion in charges over the past two years. It’s the first time that ILFC has revealed the bank-style stress tests of a potential downturn in its business, and comes ahead of the planned IPO. ILFC took $1.6 billion in charges last year against 100 aircraft from a fleet of almost 939 owned aircraft, and revealed the potential for more in a regulatory filing. However, new methodology employed

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