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A320ceo and B737-800 Values Remain Stable
With less than 70 A320ceos remaining to be delivered and only 26 B737-800s on backlog, it would be expected that values would be falling by more than average but the last year has seen a relatively modest fall. As of the end of January 2019 there had been 4770 orders…

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March 4, 2019
AVN
Interest Rates & Competition Keep Lid on Rentals
The leasing market has been dominated by low interest rates for over a decade and even though there have been various indications that rates were set to rise the rise has only been modest in comparison with expectations. Lease rental factors (LRFs) express the montly lease rental as a percent…

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March 4, 2019
AVN
Market Values Ease Down
The values of in production narrowbodies continue to fall but in general by less than the average annual fall of 8-10 percent. The A320ceo and B737-800 remain favored even as production transitions to the new aircraft. One of the principal issues for used values is the stagnation in new prices.…

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February 18, 2019
AVN
Residual Value Risk Increasing As Rentals Remain Weak
Competition & Lessee Difficulties Raises Prospect of Future Impairment The competition among lessors continues to be intense with lease rentals for both narrowbodies and widebodies lower than lessors would wish or desire. For the lessors to achieve security and to be able to finance expansion and replacement aircraft, the majority…

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February 18, 2019
AVN
Semi-Annual Jet Aircraft Value Listing
Competitive Pricing of New Aircraft Continues to Impact Used Values The record backlog is not preventing the two principal protagonists from engaging in significant competition, thereby affecting new net pricing and used values of both narrowbodies and widebodies. The combined backlog of Airbus and Boeing amounted to over 13,100 aircraft…

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January 7, 2019
AVN
B737-9 EASA Certification Does Nothing for Values
The market for the larger versions of the B737MAX remains fragmented and this has adversely affected values of the B737-9 and B737-10. In October, EASA certificated the B737-9 some eight months after the FAA. Both Icelandair and Turkish have ordered the -9. But the larger versions of the B737MAX are…

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November 12, 2018
AVN
Change in Aircraft Ratings Highlights Move to Newer Equipment
The latest ratings assigned to aircraft have been released by AVAC (www.aircraftvalues.net) and generally reflect the declining appeal of some types in the medium term. Aircraft Ratings for aircraft were created by AVAC some 15 years ago becoming the standard and subsequently adopted by the appraisal, investment and regulatory community…

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November 12, 2018
AVN
Historical Value Trend of A320 Shows Volatility
The values of the A320 have experienced considerable volatility over the last 20 years but have shown some stability, at least for the last few years and assuming a relatively young aircraft. In terms of the A320neo a measure of parity with the B737-8 has been achieved but for the…

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October 1, 2018
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