Aircraft leasing companies have voiced confidence in steady aircraft demand, while at the same time warning potential new investors in the sector that they may lose out when central banks start unwinding their efforts to stimulate the economy. Deterred by poor returns elsewhere as interest rates remain at historic lows, new money has been flooding into aviation in the hope of capturing greater profits thanks to a combination of ample liquidity and demand for aircraft. “Established lessors have enjoyed a positive interest rate environment but at the same time, the industry has been a magnet for money,” said Steven Udvar-Hazy,
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