Having a mix of owned and leased aircraft is key for carriers looking to navigate the Covid 19 pandemic, according to Tony Whitty, Air Partner’s executive vice president, Remarketing & ACMI at Air Partners “The ideal plan for airlines to survive a crisis such as Covid-19 is to have a mix of owned and leased aircraft, particularly for scheduled passenger airlines. A certain proportion of the fleet should be new (or fairly new), highly fuel-efficient current production aircraft, such as B737s, A320s, A330s, A350s and B777s or regional jets like the C Series and E-jets,” says Whitty. According to AirPartner’s, for
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