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Does an airline have the right to buy an aircraft while under Chapter 11?

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2011-09-12 22:29:09
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Most airlines don't buy their own aircraft outright. Most aircraft in North America are leased from brokerage firms and such. Therefore an airline under chapter 11 can gain more aircraft into their fleet , only if they find a brokerage firm that's willing to risk it and lease them one !

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