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B737NG Residuals Begin to Reflect Its 'Replacement in 2013'
Value Projections Need to Factor in New Narrowbody Families The projected entry-into-service date for a B737NG replacement in less than a decade raises the possibility that residual market values will exhibit a marked, but not entirely unexpected, fall over the next several years. Boeing [BA] is reportedly progressing with a…

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May 3, 2004
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Boeing Expected to Halve $120M B7E7 List Price for ANA Launch Order
Boeing [BA] announced that All Nippon Airways (ANA) has become the launch customer for the B7E7, ordering 50 units at a price that is expected to be nearly half that of the $120 million list price. Boeing's politicking and roller-coaster strategy over the last five years - designed to demonstrate…

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May 3, 2004
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No Respite for Older Widebody Rentals
Rentals of the older widebodies have not been buoyed by the improvement in other aircraft categories. The lease rates for newer widebodies and mainstream narrowbodies have recently experienced a modest increase, a result of improving demand and the pressure on interest rates. Any rise in the rentals of older widebodies…

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May 3, 2004
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Values of 50-Seaters Lose Their Premium
Regional jets have already been affected by age, but with so many now in service, combined with an expanding product line and improvement in the wider market, values have experienced the realities of the current market climate. The regional jets previously enjoyed something of a premium due to the redistribution…

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May 3, 2004
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Values Fail to Find Solace in Improving Market
Just as with most older widebodies, the rise in international traffic is having little impact on demand for the DC10-30. The revival in the fortunes of the DC10-30 came and went in the latter years of the 1990s, never to return. The aircraft is now experiencing an ever-increasing number of…

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May 3, 2004
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Widebody Rentals Get A Boost from New Asian Orders
The powerhouse of the widebody market, Asia, is once again beginning to demonstrate its ability to pave the way for a recovery in widebody rentals followed by values. Overcoming the substantial negative effect of SARS, a virus that again is featured in the news, carriers are adding capacity. Cathay Pacific,…

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May 3, 2004
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Expanding EU Could Help to Soak Up First Generation Stage 3 Excess
The expansion of the European Union within the last few days offers opportunities for new low-fare carriers and incumbent operators to acquire a sizeable quantity of idle narrowbody equipment, specifically, first generation Stage 3 equipment. The expansion of the EU from 15 to 25 member states encompasses the former Eastern…

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May 3, 2004
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