Mobile Menu
Articles

Aviation Assets and a Safe Pair of Hands

June 2008

Lenders and operators involved in the field of aviation finance are aware of the advantages of financing properly maintained aircraft engines independently of the airframe to which they may be attached. In most circumstances, an aircraft engine is an identifiable stand alone asset with a separate manufacturer’s serial number (an msn). If the asset is properly maintained, it retains a substantial independent value and a theoretically unlimited useful life span.

 

To continue reading full articles in PDF format:
Aviation Assets and a Safe Pair of Hands

 

Accolades
_

"Few firms can come close to Conyers on one critical metric, and this is the breadth of the client base."
- IFLR1000

Related International Markets

Bermuda


Media Contact

For media enquiries, please contact media@conyersdill.com

Articles

Aviation Assets and a Safe Pair of Hands

02 June 2008

Lenders and operators involved in the field of aviation finance are aware of the advantages of financing properly maintained aircraft engines independently of the airframe to which they may be attached. In most circumstances, an aircraft engine is an identifiable stand alone asset with a separate manufacturer’s serial number (an msn). If the asset is properly maintained, it retains a substantial independent value and a theoretically unlimited useful life span.

 

To continue reading full articles in PDF format:
Aviation Assets and a Safe Pair of Hands

 

 

International Office(s)

Bermuda