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Pressure on Narrowbody Rentals Ease But Lessors Exposed
Rentals for modern narrowbodies, particularly those for the B737-800, show signs of some improvement, offering a measure of respite for still beleaguered lessors. The last two years have seen lease rentals of modern narrowbodies slip by some 30 percent. From rates of over $350,000 per month for new B737-800s, rentals…

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August 25, 2003
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Scrap Levels Continue To Dominate
Scrap values are increasingly being viewed as the norm for older widebodies as demand continues to weaken. The larger widebodies out of production - the B747-200, DC10, L1011 - have been a key component of the parking lot for nearly a decade. Values have consistently declined such that values virtually…

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August 25, 2003
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Values Experience Continuing Hardship
Though some operators of regional jets are feeling the pinch due to rising fuel prices and depressed yields, the assault on turboprops continues such that values have continued to decline Such a trend shows little sign of reversing until values reach a low level and then plateau. The continuing move…

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August 25, 2003
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