Often, a lessee will operate at a lower MTOW to reduce navigation and landing charges, and/or at a lower thrust to reduce engine maintenance costs. In rarer cases, we have heard that a lessee can “rent” a temporary increase in MTOW or engine thrust from the manufacturers, which is not transferable back to the lessor.
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