Boeing expects the market for financing new aircraft to remain strong as airline customers continue to demand for new, fuel-efficient airplanes. “Globally the liquidity balance looks good as the industry rebalances itself to move away from export credit support, with its more expensive pricing, and more toward reliance on the commercial markets,” said Tim Myers, vice president/general manager for Aircraft Financial Services at Boeing Capital Corp., the aircraft builder’s financing and leasing unit. Myers was among aircraft financing panelists at the annual ISTAT Americas conference for global professionals working to connect commercial aircraft financing needs with those seeking aircraft investments. Boeing said that airplane financing globally is experiencing a rare balance among primary delivery financing sources – leasing companies, commercial banks, the capital markets, export credit agency (ECA) support and private equity and hedge funds among them – as global 2014 deliveries head toward an expected roughly $112bn total. Boeing noted that the overall healthy new-aircraft financing market encompasses well known financing sources and smaller regional commercial institutions, many entering aircraft financing for the first time.