The airline passenger business varies by region, but there is improved capacity management across the board. With fuel costs increasing, fuel has become the largest cost to most airlines, and most airlines are upgrading to fuel efficient aircrafts and equipment to drive down these costs. The least efficient aircraft are taken off-line. Airlines are also flying aircrafts with increased capacity to further drive down unit costs. Many airlines also look towards operating leases to enhance liquidity management, efficient capital allocation across the value chain, access to newer, more fuel efficient aircraft, residual risk management, and capacity management.
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