As preferences for aircraft leasing develop further, management of maintenance becomes even more critical as both a percentage of total costs and as a means of conserving asset value and return on investment. As a result, IBA suggests that the need to manage cash flow and exposure has now become a commercial imperative for airlines and operators. In a time when the lease rate factors are at or around 0.6% the overall economics of the lease – including proper assessment of the redelivery conditions/end of lease compensation and/or maintenance reserves, become even more essential. IBA’s industry research concludes that the

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