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Values of Some Turboprops Experience Volatility
Some of the seemingly more marketable turboprops have been experiencing considerable volatility associated with an extending product life cycle and greater used availability with the ATR72-600 being particularly impacted. While there is considerable focus on the regional jets, there is no escaping that the economics of the turboprops on shorter…

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February 19, 2018
AVN
Values of Turboprops Remain Stable
The values of turboprops are generally remaining stable with some actually seeing a modest increase. Values of turboprops, having been variously written down to zero a few times over the last 15 years, have more recently achieved stability due to the absence of new examples, retirement of older units and…

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August 7, 2017
AVN
Values of Turboprops Remain Stable Despite Fuel
The lower price of fuel, which should seemingly allow operators to fly regional jets more efficiently, has not had an impact on the values of turboprops as demand for used equipment remains robust. The demand for turboprops remains more than reasonable as orders continue to be placed. The market continues…

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September 5, 2016
AVN
Values of Turboprops Remain Stable Despite Fuel
The lower price of fuel, which should seemingly allow operators to fly regional jets more efficiently, has not had an impact on the values of turboprops as demand for used equipment remains robust. The turboprop market is one that is largely ignored by the air transport community primarily as the…

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March 7, 2016
AVN
Values of Turboprops Benefit from Leasing
The rise in interest in leasing of turboprop aircraft is having a beneficial effect on values as remarketing becomes easier. For the ATR72-500 Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) has become a major player in the leasing of the aircraft. Safair also lease some aircraft as does ATR and GECAS. Jet Airways…

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September 7, 2015
AVN
Values of Used Turboprops Remain Strong
The lower price of fuel has done nothing to quell the demand for used turboprops and indeed for new examples. Lower fuel prices generally mean that jets become more efficient over shorter sector lengths but operators cannot build their fleet plans around a temporary fall in jet fuel pricing. The…

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February 23, 2015
AVN
Values of Some Used Turboprops On The Rise
While the emphasis is currently on newer turboprops because of the sustained demand and relatively limited production rate, the types out of production are registering a notable improvement because of the very absence of production. While operators are seeking to up-gauge capacity to meet traffic growth, there exist many routes…

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September 22, 2014
AVN
Values of Ageing Turboprops Decline
The appetite for the older turboprops is declining such that values are being adversely impacted. The combination of advancing age and development of newer models has begun to affect the demand for the older turboprops. Maintenance costs, reliability and higher passenger expectations are forcing operators to consider newer types although…

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September 9, 2013
AVN
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