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Aircraft Archive: Boeing B747-200B
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The table is published on an annual basis and complements the quarterly updates to specific aircraft categories. The table encompasses both current and future lease rentals. The methodology involved in calculating lease rentals differs from that of values. Lease rentals display greater volatility. Rentals are calculated individually and are not…

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August 21, 2017
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Leasing Still Attracting New Players As Rates Mostly Remain Stable
Competition Intensifying Which Could Impact Rentals The profits being secured by the lessors continues to be between 15-20 percent thus underlining the continued relative attraction of aircraft leasing compared other asset classes such as shipping and real estate. The leasing of aircraft continues to increase despite as yet proven speculation…

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March 6, 2017
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Capacity of B777-300 Fails to Halt Fall in Values
The -300 has considerable capacity but lacks the range of the -300ER and as such values are continuing to fall. The operator base has always been limited with only 60 ever having been built. A -300 has recently been lost as a result of a crash at Dubai and a…

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October 31, 2016
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Queen of the Skies Has Lost Since Lost Her Mantle
Even though the B747-200B seemed to personify international travel for two decades, in reality Boeing produced only 224 -200Bs although 176 -100 and -100Bs were also produced. Today fewer than 10 percent remain in service of which most are either parked or awaiting parting out. The market for the -200B…

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July 11, 2016
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Aircraft Asset Assessment: B747-200B
Market Presence. When comparing the B747-200B and A380, the chasm in terms of technology becomes all too evident. The three person flight deck; clockwork instrumentation; 1950s vintage structure (the B747 fuselage is a derivative of the B707); comparatively basic interior (though carriers Virgin spent millions on presenting the most modern…

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September 25, 2015
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Stagnating New Values Change Residual Dynamics
With the value of new aircraft increasing by only a modest amount over the course of the last 15 years, residual value methodologies have changed to take account of changing market dynamics. During the 1970s and early 1980s, the manufacturers enjoyed the ability to increase prices by the rate of…

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June 16, 2014
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B777-300 Values Fail to Inspire
The limited operator base, a consequence of limited performance due to the arrival of the -300ER, continues to plague values of the type and cause a constant decline. The -300 has been under pressure for a number of years, even before the onset of the recession. The limited range of…

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October 21, 2013
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Values of B747-200B Are No More
Even though the B747-200B seemed to personify international travel for two decades, in reality Boeing produced only 224 -200Bs although 176 -100 and -100Bs were also produced. Today fewer than 10 percent remain in service of which a number are either parked or awaiting an uncertain future. The market for…

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June 17, 2013
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