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Aircraft Archive: de Havilland DHC7
Dash8-400 Rentals Could be Affected by Disposals
The effect of a rise in the availability of key leased products on lease rentals has been clearly illustrated with the ATR72-600 during the latter part of 2017 and early 2018 and other types are exposed going forward. A year ago the planned and unexpected release onto the market of…

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October 1, 2018
AVN
Increasing Competition Could Impact Rentals
The traditional operating lease product continues to focus on the newer more popular types whereas finance leases and loans may feature on used and older aircraft. The operating lease market has expanded in recent years but compared to the jet sector, the number of lessors is more limited as is…

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June 11, 2018
AVN
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
Turboprop Rentals See Premium Over Jets
The market for turboprops continues to enjoy sustained demand with the newer aircraft types such as the ATR and Dash8 aircraft transitioning with relative ease between lessees. The advantage of turboprop leasing over jet leasing focuses on lesser competition such that lease rentals can be relatively higher. With the interiors…

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September 18, 2017
AVN
Mid Life Turboprops Experience Stability
The latest financial results from turboprop and regional jet specialist lessor, Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC), points to a still strong sector – and resilient lease rentals. The sustained low price of fuel would expect regional jets to become more popular, reducing the sector length at which jets become more efficient.…

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October 3, 2016
AVN
Lease Rentals Continue to Focus on Newer Types
For the last five years, lessors have preferred to focus on the new turboprops which offer lesser risk and the prospect of greater returns. The older turboprops tend to be acquired via more traditional financing methods than the operating lease. Seeking to write down the capital cost is therefore more…

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June 13, 2016
AVN
Older Turboprops Not So Easy to Place
  With a great many older turboprops still flying it would be expected that the vanilla lease would be relatively common. However, for the last five years, lessors have instead preferred to focus on the new turboprops which offer lesser risk and the prospect of greater returns. The older turboprops…

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April 18, 2016
AVN
Newer Turboprop Rentals Remain Stable
The newer aircraft types such as the Dash8-300, -400, ATR42-500, ATR72-500/-600 are the more easily placed. Other types of turboprops are leased but a finance lease or traditional finance agreement are used more extensively. While deliveries are not on the scale of the jet sector, there continues to be a…

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December 14, 2015
AVN
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