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Airbus "Discounting" Exceeds 40 Percent
Gap Between List Prices & Values Widen Further The average 5.7 percent rise in Airbus list prices for 2007 has continued to exceed the improvement in values causing all values for new Airbus aircraft to be nearly half of the indicated list price. The list prices have risen by an…

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April 30, 2007
AVN
$3.2 Million For Restarted Twin Otter Series 400
The recovery in the turboprop market, exemplified by the massive increase in ATR72 production, has finally stimulated the restarting of DHC6 Twin Otter production in the form of the Series 400 after an 18-year hiatus. In the late 1990s, the fate of the 19-seat seemed to be sealed. But such…

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April 30, 2007
AVN
A340-600 Values Unaffected By Weight "Issue"
The values of the A340-600 remain unmoved by the discussion over whether the cargo carrying capability of the type has been impacted by the use of heavier premium class seats and services at the front of the aircraft. The discussion centers on a seemingly incorrect report that the inclusion of…

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April 30, 2007
AVN
Values Remain on Upward Curve -- Mostly
The limited availability of newer capacity narrowbody equipment has continued to play extraordinary pressure on used examples such that for the majority of Stage 3 aircraft, values have continued to improve. The latest hike in Airbus list prices show a near six percent increase but used values have failed to…

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April 30, 2007
AVN
50 Seat Rates Remain on Even Keel
The lease rates of the 50 seaters have experienced something of a rollercoaster ride over the course of the last two years. The problems associated with de facto ending of production through to the intended and unintended disposal of a significant number saw a sharp fall in lease rentals, particularly…

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April 30, 2007
AVN
ERJ145 Values Achieve Measure of Stability
The ERJ145 has faced considerable challenges over the course of the last 18 months, but many of the uncertainties have been reduced in significance such that values and lease rentals are on an even keel once more. The restructuring undertaken by the major U.S. airlines post 2001 clearly benefited the…

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April 30, 2007
AVN
Aircraft Asset Assessment -- The ERJ145
Market Presence. Part of the structure of the ERJ145 can be traced to the successful EMB120 Brasilia. The airframe is therefore something of a known quantity in terms of being able to cope with the short sector lengths. The ability of the regional jets to offer a similar service life…

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April 30, 2007
AVN
Fokker 100 Values Show Improvement
After a period of depressed pricing, values of the Fokker 100 have shown some improvement over the course of the last year. The lease rentals of the Fokker 100 had previously been languishing at around $50-70,000 per month. Values of approximately $3 million were also viewed as more the norm…

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April 30, 2007
AVN
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