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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Edited by: Alexander Learmonth, Charlotte Ford, Julia Clark, John Ross Martyn
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Aircraft Financing 4th ed

Edited by: Rob Murphy, Nasreen Desai

ISBN13: 9781843748953
Previous Edition ISBN: 1855645548
Published: November 2011
Publisher: Euromoney Institutional Investor
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

The fourth edition of Aircraft Financing examines a comprehensive range of commercial and legal topics which are relevant to aircraft financing in 2011 and explores current trends in the aviation and aircraft financing industries. This is the most comprehensive book on Aircraft Finance.

The text is supported by graphs, diagrams and charts and other pictorial features, where appropriate. All these supporting features facilitate a better understanding of the accompanying text for the reader. In certain chapters, for example, Chapter 8 (export credit financing), there are diagrams to clarify the specific transaction structure discussed in the accompanying text.

These structure diagrams enable the reader to get a very clear idea of the transaction structure, which is particularly useful where the structure is complex or unusual. In Chapter 3 (Aircraft Capital Markets), there are a number of graphs and charts which clearly summarise the evolution of aircraft capital markets transactions. Graphs, charts etc. are particularly useful where the text is heavy with figures and statistics.

The book will be helpful to aircraft finance lawyers because it discusses and clarifies many of the financing transactions which they advise on in their day to day business (ie "bread and butter" deals like operating leasing or export credit financings, or other types of deals, like Islamic financing). This is of especial benefit to junior lawyers who wish to expand their knowledge of this practice area.

The book also benefits other aircraft financing industry participants, eg bankers, leasing companies, lessees, who want to expand their knowledge of aircraft financing beyond their area of expertise and those seeking an up-to-date summary of legal and regulatory developments. For example, the Cape Town Convention is a common feature of aircraft financing transactions and the book provides a useful summary for all industry participants of the Convention's key points and features.

Topics include:-

  • New aircraft financing techniques
  • Aviation insurance
  • Legal issues
  • Key jurisdictions and their financing products
  • Updates on existing and new regulatory regimes
The fourth edition is divided into thematic sections, enabling the reader to locate information easily.

  • The first section - Market Context - provides an overview of the aircraft financing market in recent years, including an examination of recent trends in funding sources.
  • The second section - Transaction Structuring - explores the commercial and legal issues underpinning an aircraft financing transaction.
  • The third section - Core Products and Regional Markets - examines some of the aircraft financing products currently used in the market, such as export credit financing and Islamic financing. It also examines the aviation industry and aircraft financing products on a global scale, focusing on Brazil, Russia, India, China and certain European countries.
  • The final section - Regulatory Matters - explores recent developments and changes in regulation, including the implementation of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme, Basel III and the Cape Town Convention and their impact on the industry.

Air and Space Law
Editors’ Introduction
PART A Market Context;
Chapter 1. Commercial Bank Lending in 2010
Chapter 2. Overview of Aircraft Financing Markets
Chapter 3. Aircraft Capital Markets
PART B Transaction Structuring;
Chapter 4. Assessing an Airline’s Credit
Chapter 5. Aircraft as Investments
Chapter 6. Legal Issues in Aircraft Finance
Chapter 7. Cross-Border Aircraft Leasing: Key Taxation Considerations
PART C Core Products and Regional Markets;
Chapter 8. Export Credit Financing
Chapter 9. Operating Leasing: a Lessor’s Perspective
Chapter 10. A Lessee’s Guide to Aircraft Leasing
Chapter 11. Pre-Delivery Payments Financing
Chapter 12. Regional Markets
Chapter 13. Islamic Finance
Chapter 14. Engine Leasing and Financing
Chapter 15. Issues relating to Offshore SPVs
Chapter 16. Insurance Considerations
Chapter 17. Aircraft Repossession
PART D Regulatory Matters;
Chapter 18. The Regulatory Framework for Airline Operations
Chapter 19. Aviation and the EU Emissions Trading Scheme
Chapter 20. International Conventions affecting Aircraft Financing
Chapter 21. Basel III and Aircraft Finance
Chapter 22. Accounting Developments in Aircraft Finance;