Covid-19 continues to challenge the aviation market and, in many cases, the market is adapting and changing to the current climate. When it comes to aircraft financing, levels of commercial liquidity have dropped with limited bank debt and cash, but capital markets are still providing available options for the right deals. The price and type of transactions and the motivation behind them is also changing.
In this session our panel explores available sources of finance, airline restructuring, changing residual values and LTV rates, cost of deals and lease rates.
Topics covered include:
What are the available sources of finance and what transaction types are we seeing?
Airline restructuring: assessing cash flow and unencumbered assets
What is the motivation behind deals and what is the cost for airlines, lessor and banks?
Residual values, what is realistic and what is a good LTV rate?
Do we need a new model for valuations based on lease life and airline credit?
If you have further questions please contact: Phil Seymour
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