Export-Import Bank should drop aircraft lessors, Delta says

04/13/2012 | AviationWeek.com · Bloomberg

Delta Air Lines has suggested that the Export-Import Bank of the United States drop aircraft lessors as clients. "Many of these companies are investment grade and among the most profitable in the world, so they don't have a problem financing whatever they want to finance," said Richard Anderson, CEO of Delta Air Lines. Separately, former President Bill Clinton urged Congress to renew the charter of the bank.

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