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Aircraft Archive: McDonnell Douglas DC10-30
Widebody Market Continues to Cause Problems for Owners
Residuals of Aging Widebody Aircraft Fail to Live Up to Expectations Medium to long term residual values of widebodies have nearly always failed to match forecasts and even those held in high regard today will likely suffer the same fate as widebodies face different challenges from narrowbodies. The greater volatility…

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April 30, 2018
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Aircraft Asset Assessment: DC10-30
Market Presence. The surprise is that there are still DC10-30s in service. There have been more than 260 retirements. Gone are such flag carrier names as British Airways, SAS, Sabena, Swissair, Lufthansa, MAS, Northwest, Thai. The operator base of the –30, a prime consideration when assessing current and future values,…

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September 25, 2015
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Storage Continues to Exceed 2,000 But Has No Effect on Values
The number of aircraft in storage continues to exceed 2,000 with the majority never likely to enter service again even in the context of an expanding backlog and record production rates. Aircraft in storage no longer has such relevance to values as in the past. According to Jet Information Services,…

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July 14, 2014
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Asset Values of DC10-30 Long Since Evaporated
There are so few -30s in airline service that this will be the last time that the type will be covered as assigning asset values to the aircraft has been irrelevant for years. The combination of age, reliability and high fuel prices have continued to ensure that the DC10-30 has…

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January 27, 2014
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Most Widebody Rentals Steady
The lease rentals of the majority of widebodies, perhaps contrasting with that of the narrowbody sector, are largely remaining steady as a result of still reasonable demand and lesser competition among lessors. International traffic is performing better than some domestic and intra-regional flows. New aircraft are still acting as replacements…

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June 18, 2012
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Aircraft Asset Assessment: DC10-30
Market Presence. The surprise is that there are still DC10-30s in service. Gone are such flag carrier names as British Airways, SAS, Sabena, Swissair, Lufthansa, MAS, Northwest, Thai. The operator base of the –30, a prime consideration when assessing current and future values, has declined between year-end 1990 and 2011…

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October 10, 2011
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B747-8F Values Under Scrutiny Due to Fuel Efficiency Issue
Values of the B747-8F are under scrutiny again as the cause of the hiatus over the delivery of the first B747-8F is clarified. Cargolux refused the delivery of the first B747-8F freighter reportedly due to a shortfall in the fuel efficiency of the GE GEnx-2B engine by a not inconsiderable…

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October 10, 2011
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Values of DC10-30 Of Little Consequence
Placing any value on the DC10-30 is of little consequence given that the type no longer has utility in the world of commercial aviation. The combination of age, reliability and high fuel prices have continued to ensure that the DC10-30 has been displaced to the sidelines such that the passing…

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October 10, 2011
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