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Iraq Conflict's Impact On Aircraft Values Uncertain
Declining Crude Oil Price Reduces Pressure on Operators The commencement of hostilities has not caused a major change in values to occur, as even the short-term effects of the conflict have yet to be assessed. The impact of the conflict on air travel, operators cost structures, the demand for capacity…

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March 24, 2003
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European Taxes Threaten Low-Fare Carrier Expansion
Despite the current problems affecting some parts of the airline industry, plans in Europe for further taxes on aviation as a means of compensating for the discharge of emissions has the potential to curb air travel demand, force operators to use larger equipment and adversely affect demand for first generation…

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March 24, 2003
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Widebody Values Shrug Off Political Uncertainty
The current tense political predicament is inevitably clouding some views on the market but operators around the world are continuing to acquire and dispose of widebodies. A temporary fall in traffic is to be expected during the conflict but a subsequent change to the new agenda will serve to restore…

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March 24, 2003
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Residuals of Long Range A319 Likely To Enjoy Limited Success
The launch and imminent service entry of the newest A319, the A319 long range, is likely to result in only modest interest such that residual values may find a tough time in maintaining initial differential from the high gross weight 73.5 tonne A319. Launch customer Qatar Airways will fit the…

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March 24, 2003
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Regional Jet Values Wobble; Rentals Still Stable
The problems that continue to plague the North American market, a region vital to regional jet prosperity, are a cause of some anxiety for values of regional jets. The uncertainty surrounding the future of a few major operators is leading to a shift in demand patterns among the more efficient…

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March 24, 2003
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B737-800 Values Remain Among Best Performers
With the uncertainty surrounding the market and the ever present prospect of further increases in availability, demand for the -800 remains sufficient to warrant a maintenance of current values. The type continues to be viewed with considerable enthusiasm by operators and investors alike because it remains in demand from a…

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March 24, 2003
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Need for Residual Reflection as Manufacturers Posture
Long term residual value projections for the current crop of mid size widebodies remain in a state of flux as both Airbus and Boeing consider replacement options. Though Boeing is preoccupied with the lack of demand from its core domestic market, and smarting from the greater delivery rate of Airbus…

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March 24, 2003
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Dash8 Values Temporarily Benefit From Toronto Agreement
Values of the Dash8 secured a fillip as Bombardier workers at the Toronto facility agreed to a new contract that will keep production of the turboprop ticking over at the facility for the next three years, subject to market demand. In return for a 7 percent wage increase over three…

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March 24, 2003
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