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Series 3: 2021 Outlook now available for streaming!
ISTAT’s newest digital offering is the ISTAT Podcast, which features conversations with leaders throughout commercial aviation about the industry. Host Peter Negline, ISTAT board member and head of strategy and market research at BOC Aviation Limited, leads these conversations around a variety of intriguing topics, starting with Series 1 and 2 on Appraising, and now Series 3: 2021 Outlook. Tune in to hear stories from commercial aviation leaders, how they ventured into the profession, what they think about the current environment and what they expect for the association and industry in 2021.
ISTAT Learning Lab: The Leasing Market in a Hurricane
2 February 2021 | 10:00 New York | 15:00 Dublin | 23:00 Singapore
Featuring Eithne Manning, Head of Funding, Investor Relations, Finance and Tax, SMBC Aviation Capital
Understand the impact of COVID-19 on lessors and how lessors have responded to the challenges and the opportunities. This session will also look at the funding landscape for lessors, how various funding sources have fared since March 2020 and provide implications for the future.
ISTAT Learning Lab: Airline and Leasing Landscape in China - During and After the Pandemic
9 February 2021 | 9:00 New York | 14:00 Dublin | 22:00 Singapore
Featuring Li Liu, Executive Vice President, Greater China for GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS)
Join us for a comprehensive overview of the international and domestic air traffic and capacity patterns in China. Pressing questions to be addressed include: How did Chinese airlines deal with the shortfall in revenues and manage liquidity during the crisis? Is a high degree of state ownership and coordination by the Civil Aviation Administration of China a better way to deal with a crisis like COVID-19 than a free market system where airlines are more prone to fail and restructure? What are the implications of COVID-19 on Chinese leasing companies?
This session is sponsored by GECAS.