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B747-400 Lease Rentals Continue to Fall As Operators Divest
The lease rentals of the B747-400 are a shadow of their former levels which is no surprise in view of the divesting from long term operators and the lack of attraction among second and third tier operators. Introduced in 1989, the oldest passenger B747-400 is now nearly 30 years of…

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November 13, 2017
AVN
All But Latest Widebody Values Fall
While the market in terms of traffic is rising above trend the move to newer types and competitive pressures on yields ensures that pricing of used widebodies is less bouyant. Values and Ratings courtesy of The Aircraft Value Analysis Company www.aircraftvalues.net, www.aircraftvalues.com. The Aircraft Value Analysis Rating (AVAR) reflects the…

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November 13, 2017
AVN
Waning Backlog, Production Rate, Order Intake Portent of Weakness
Values Falter When Backlog Falls to 15% of Orderbook, Production Falls by 50% Aircraft values are affected by a multitude of sometimes disparate factors but the fall in production rates, a hiatus in order placements and the contraction of the backlog represent key turning points for values and usually signal…

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November 13, 2017
AVN
Competition Keeps Rentals Keen
The demand for leased narrowbody aircraft continues to rise with the lessors failing to satisfy demand yet this has not led to an increase in lease rentals. The newer market entrants, including those companies taking over existing lessors, may have been under pressure to prove their worth by a number…

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November 13, 2017
AVN
American Order for E175s Represents Limited Risk Despite E2
The backlog for the current version of the E175 continues to nudge nearly a 100 representing a significant amount given that the replacement of the type is already scheduled. The latest order for 10 units from American Airlines does not however represent much of a risk as the purchase price…

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November 13, 2017
AVN
Banking Regulations Continue to Require Assessment of Risk
Ever more restrictive banking regulations are seeing a need for risk to be assessed not least in the form of distressed sales. The level of discounting needed to dispose of aircraft on a distressed – or fire sale – has gradually eased for some more popular aircraft types but deteriorated…

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November 13, 2017
AVN
More Positives Than Negatives Apparent for Large Business Jet Values
The market for used large business jets is showing some signs of improvement which in turn has allowed demand to outweigh supply and provide some breathing space for prices. Notably the number of used large business jets on the market has undergone a marked improvement. In September 2016 AMSTAT reported…

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November 8, 2017
AVN
Aircraft Asset Assessment - CRJ900
Market Presence. The demand for the CRJ900 has been notable with 438 ordered as of 2017. The demand for the 90 seats was proven with the F100, the BAe146-200/300/RJ85 but the CRJ900 brought new operating economics. While the concentration with US customers is of particular concern, the number of orders…

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November 8, 2017
AVN
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