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After spending more than a year at a three- and four-star rank, enough top-performing CAPS members have turned bullish on Genesis Lease (NYSE:GLS) lately to vault it to the highest possible five-stars. A total of 289 members have given their opinion on the commercial aircraft leasing firm, with many of them offering analysis and commentary explaining the recent optimism.

Many CAPS members see big potential in aircraft leasing company Genesis Lease -- shares are currently trading well below book value as the firm rides a long-term trend evolving toward airlines leasing rather than buying planes. It's no doubt been a challenging environment for major airlines such as Southwest and Continental (NYSE:CAL), but Genesis says its payment collections have been running smoothly.

The company, of which General Electric (NYSE:GE) is a major holder, recently tapped its $1 billion credit facility to acquire its 55th aircraft, an Airbus A321, to be leased to US Airways (NYSE:LCC). It also reported that it anticipates its entire fleet will be leased to customers this quarter, similar to leasing company Aircastle's (NYSE:AYR) fully operating fleet.

While AIG (NYSE:AIG) and CIT Group (NYSE:CIT) look to shed their aircraft leasing divisions to raise capital, Genesis said it had $66 million of unrestricted cash at quarter's end, significant credit capacity, and no immediate refinancing requirements. It has just one remaining lease expiration this year and just three scheduled toward the end of 2010.

Do you think Genesis Lease deserves five-star status? If so, add your own thoughts in the comment box below, or head on over to CAPS to give it a thumbs-up and confirm its spot in the top tier. While you're at it, see what the very best CAPS analysts are saying now about the company.

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