New Perspectives in Aircraft Economic Life and RetirementA fresh perspective for Investors, Operators, Owners, Financiers, Managers and Traders of Commercial Aircraft – Opportunities, Trends and Risks identified and addressed in a one day programme
Over 930 commercial jet aircraft are scheduled to return off lease from their operators in 2014. Over 40% of these aircraft (380 jets) are between 11 and 20 years of age, and another 28% (258 jets) are over 21 years old. What happens next for these and other maturing assets?
With record numbers of new jet deliveries being made, and with many airlines focused on the most fuel efficient types to combat a relatively high fuel cost environment, how will these pressure points influence the fate of older aircraft?
Are Aircraft actually being retired earlier than before? What would be the implications of a change in economic lives for airlines and owners? How might this impact on aircraft financing, aircraft maintenance, depreciation and pricing?
We will bring a fresh perspective on the subject of aircraft economic life for Investors, Operators, Owners, Financiers, Managers and Traders of Commercial Aircraft. Opportunities, Trends and Risks will be identified and addressed in this one day programme.
60486 Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany
Tel: 49 69 7578 0
http://www.maritim.com/en/hotels/germany/hotel-frankfurtThe agenda is available as PDF under downloads at the right side of the page.