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Revitalized Boeing Sales Initiative Likely To Contain New Pricing
Used Values Have Managed To Achieve Only Modest Gains Boeing's [BA] much-needed boost to its sales effort is expected to result in competitive new pricing, a development that may also keep the lid on any further rises in used values. Boeing has announced a flurry of orders since the beginning…

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April 18, 2005
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A321-200 Values Benefit from Flag Carrier Recovery
Values of the Airbus A321-200 are beginning to shake off problems experienced since 2001 and are starting to show a modest improvement. The values of the A321 suffered in the early years of this decade because of its size. The aircraft has proven to be too large for the carriers…

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April 18, 2005
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DC10-30 Values Decline as Biman Readies for Replacement
Despite the demand for capacity to service the expanding international sector, values of the DC10-30 continue to decline as operators seek replacements. The values of the DC10-30 have been suffering the effects of the tri-jet configuration for more than a decade. While values were nudging $40 million in the late…

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April 18, 2005
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B757 Freighter Conversions Proceed Despite Lack of Availability
Some of the adverse pressure on Boeing [BA] B757 values continues to be relieved by the conversion of passenger units to freighters. The decline in B757 values over the past four years has been partly precipitated by the seeming rise in the level of availability. The B757 has been viewed…

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April 18, 2005
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Rentals Continue Modest Increase
Rentals of aircraft still in production exhibited a further modest increase during the first quarter of 2005. The first quarter of the year has traditionally been a time when lease rentals experience a slight fall before the upcoming peak Northern Hemisphere summer season absorbs some of the excess. During the…

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April 18, 2005
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Freighter Values Remain Stable
The strength of the cargo sector is such that values of most freighters have remained unchanged or even experienced a slight improvement over the course of the last quarter. The traditionally lean first quarter has been replaced with sustained growth largely because of demand from China and a generally improving…

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April 18, 2005
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B737-600 Values Slide Despite Lack of Capacity
The lack of improvement in the Boeing [BA] B737-600 order book points to a need for values of this aircraft to be readjusted downward. Values of the -600 were placed "On Watch" status four years ago. With no improvement in demand, values have experienced a significant fall at the same…

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April 18, 2005
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Long Term B777-200ER Residuals Feel Effects of B787/A350 Incursion
The long-term residual values of the Boeing [BA] B777-200ER are beginning to shift downward as the effects of the introduction of the B787 and Airbus A350 begin to have an impact. Middle Eastern carrier Emirates is reportedly already interested in the B787-9, particularly if the two-class capacity is increased nearer…

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April 18, 2005
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