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Aircraft Archive: British Aerospace ATP/J61
Turboprop Rentals Dodge Market Uncertainty
The pressure on jet lease rentals is intensifying but for turboprops the market remains virtually unchanged. While the number of new order placements during the course of the first six months is disappointing (see above) the backlog remains sufficiently healthy as to prevent any material deterioration in new or used…

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September 29, 2008
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Turboprop Rentals Remain on Even Keel
The seeming disposal of large number of Saab 340Bs is a contrast to the recent trend of shifting capacity to the more economic turboprops but the majority of types continue to enjoy stability. The placement of new orders by SAS has provided a fillip to the Dash8-400 and orders continue…

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June 9, 2008
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Turboprop Rentals Remain on Track
The development of an all new 70-seat turboprop by China, seemingly capable of competing with the Bombardier Dash8-400 and ATR72 underlines the demand for propeller aircraft while potentially causing problems for residual values of incumbent products. Residual value calculations for turboprops have not only benefited from the recent resurgence in…

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August 20, 2007
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Turboprop Rentals Still On The Up
The demand for turboprops is amply illustrated by the potential development of a new family by Bombardier. A decade ago turboprop manufacturers were anxious to leave the sector as quickly as possible. Saab, Dornier, Fairchild and BAE Systems all sought to limit the effect of a lack of demand for…

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May 14, 2007
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Turboprop Rentals Manage To Rise
The lease rentals of turboprops continued to reflect the overall demand in the market and have therefore exhibited a modest rise. Though fuel prices have eased slightly, the seeming new-found economics of the turboprop continue to be held in high regard. The fuel efficiency of the turboprop over shorter sectors…

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January 22, 2007
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Turboprop Rentals Remain Stable
Such is the demand for new -- and sometimes older -- turboprops that lease rentals of the type remain on an even keel. The number of turboprops in storage remains a concern, with many older types available in considerable quantity. The impact of the "Ripple Effect", whereby the limited number…

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September 18, 2006
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Rentals Continue to Benefit From Fuel Pricing
The demand for both new and used turboprops continues to increase as operators appreciate that the high price of fuel is likely to remain a feature of the industry for at least the short term, and possibly the medium term. The need for higher capacity turboprops in established and new…

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May 29, 2006
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Turboprop Rentals Maintain Stability
The high price of fuel continues to benefit turboprop lease rentals. The renewed enthusiasm for the turboprop is largely based on their fuel economy; in a period of high fuel prices and relatively depressed yields, it cannot be matched. The market for used turboprops has therefore much improved, prompting something…

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February 6, 2006
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