Aviation Finance: 2021 and beyond
The aviation finance and leasing industry has been in the midst of unprecedented market conditions for almost a year. The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and the associated lockdowns and other containment measures effectively grounded much of the global fleet and slowed air travel and airline revenues to a trickle. IATA forecasts an USD118bn net loss for the airline industry in 2020 and it is expected to roll into 2021 as airlines are faced with more regular and restrictive lockdowns as variants of the virus increase in frequency and ease of transmission.
Aviation Finance: 2021 and beyond | Deloitte Ireland
Navigating volatility and distress
Acting early will provide more options to your business.
How can the aviation sector best navigate restructuring challenges triggered by COVID-19?
In the midst of Covid-19, the aviation sector has been one of the hardest hit with an all but collapse in passenger numbers after widespread travel bans and global lockdowns.
Balancing the Books
IFRS 16 and Aviation Finance
Cayman Islands, Palau, Panama and Seychelles are among those added to the list of blacklisted jurisdictions.
The path to issuance of IFRS 16 has been long and winding, initially being added to the IASB’s agenda in July 2006. But what does IFRS 16 hold in store for the aviation finance industry? It is clear that the impact on airlines is far more pronounced than their financing partners.