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Taking easyJet as an example, they have a fleet of over 200 A319's and A320's. At a price tag of around $90m per plane, that equates to about $18bn\$90m per plane, that equates to about \$18bn.

Given that their turnover for 2012/13 was around $7bn, and their net profit was only $660m\$7bn, and their net profit was only \$660m, how exactly do they own so many planes? Are they on financefinanced long-term? Are they leased?

How are the deals structured for the big airlines when purchasing new planes?

Taking easyJet as an example, they have a fleet of over 200 A319's and A320's. At a price tag of around $90m per plane, that equates to about $18bn.

Given that their turnover for 2012/13 was around $7bn, and their net profit was only $660m, how exactly do they own so many planes? Are they on finance? Are they leased?

How are the deals structured for the big airlines when purchasing new planes?

Taking easyJet as an example, they have a fleet of over 200 A319's and A320's. At a price tag of around \$90m per plane, that equates to about \$18bn.

Given that their turnover for 2012/13 was around \$7bn, and their net profit was only \$660m, how exactly do they own so many planes? Are they financed long-term? Are they leased?

How are the deals structured for the big airlines when purchasing new planes?

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