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New Lessor Orders Point to Competitive New Pricing
Used Values Continue to Experience Only Modest Increase Due to New Pricing Pricing of new aircraft remains extremely competitive as evidenced by the order for 20 B737s (plus 20 options) by Singapore based Singapore Aircraft Leasing Enterprise (SALE) at a time when Boeing [BA] has stated that demand is outstripping…

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April 4, 2005
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Regional Jet Residual Strength Lies In Larger Equipment
The 50-seat regional jet market continues to take a back seat to larger regional jets as the combination of higher operating costs, greater passenger weights and reasonable traffic growth take their toll on lower-capacity equipment. Current values of 50-seat regional jets are continuing to decline as new demand dries up…

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April 4, 2005
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B757 Lease Rentals Continue to Increase
The decision by TUI Group carrier Britannia Nordic to introduce a B757 for the first time for the 2005 summer season, due to increased Scandinavian charter traffic, points to further improvement in lease rentals. The decision by Britannia Nordic echoes renewed interest from the all-important charter operators. Britannia views the…

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April 4, 2005
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Freighter Rentals Continue to Strengthen
Despite the first quarter usually being the quietest of the year, the demand for air cargo has remained strong enough to allow rentals of most freighters to register another improvement. The high price of fuel may have forced operators to impose ever higher surcharges on cargo rates, but the sustained…

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April 4, 2005
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Regional Jet Values Face Period of Uncertainty
The regional jet market, dominated by the U.S. sector, continues to experience a measure of uncertainty due to higher operating costs, passenger weights, and a changing market structure that continues to favor the higher capacity examples. Whatever the problems of the 50-seat regional jet market, the 30-seat commuter jet market…

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April 4, 2005
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A310-300 Values Fail To Improve
Despite the essential cessation of production of the Airbus A310 and Boeing [BA] B767-200, the market for the two types continues to experience considerable difficulty. While it has taken some effort to place A310-300s, the market for both the passenger and freighter versions has not been devoid of interest. Because…

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April 4, 2005
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Values of 100 Seaters Continue to Experience Downward Shift
While Continental Airlines [CAL] has temporarily lifted its potential disposal of 24 Boeing [BA] B737-500s after a last- minute agreement with its unions, the values of 100-seat aircraft remain under severe pressure, a sharp contrast with the fortunes other aircraft such as the B737-300. Several events highlight the difficulties facing…

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April 4, 2005
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