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Improving Market For A330-300
Lease Rentals Main Beneficiary The fortunes of the A330-300 appear to be improving once again as the market seeks interim capacity until either the B787 or A350 can be delivered in quantity. This has allowed rentals of most -300s to exhibit a material rise in recent months. The A330-300 has…

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May 14, 2007
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A340-600s Continue To See High Sale & Leaseback Pricing
The market for the A340-600 in terms of new orders may be lacking but for those aircraft already ordered and being delivered continue to attract relatively high sale-and- leaseback pricing. The problem associated with relative fuel burn compared to the B777-300ER has led to a shortage or orders. Emirates cancelled…

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May 14, 2007
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B737 Classic Residuals Need To Reflect Replacement Cycle
Values of the B737-300 and -400 have enjoyed a material rise over the last few years but residual values need to accommodate the rollover of the fleet in the medium term. The values of the B737-300 and B737-400 have risen because of the lack of availability of newer aircraft. With…

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May 14, 2007
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A350 Selling Price "Drops" To Match B787
The Times of London reports that Airbus has dropped the price of the A350-800 and A350-900 to $102 million as a means of securing orders and capturing interest. The 2007 list price of the A350-800 averages $200 million and the -900 $230 million. At a price of $102 million for…

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May 14, 2007
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Turboprop Rentals Still On The Up
The demand for turboprops is amply illustrated by the potential development of a new family by Bombardier. A decade ago turboprop manufacturers were anxious to leave the sector as quickly as possible. Saab, Dornier, Fairchild and BAE Systems all sought to limit the effect of a lack of demand for…

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May 14, 2007
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Ripple Effect Fails To Prevent Fall In Values
While the impact of a lack of supply of newer models may have resulted in a rise in lease rentals, values of older widebodies continue to remain on the ropes. The values of a number of older widebodies are below $5 million. The increase in lease rentals may have caused…

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May 14, 2007
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Values & Rentals Reward Supporters
The exceptional demand for the B767-300ER has continued to allow values and lease rentals to enjoy a sustained rise although values have failed to accelerate at the same rate. With production now stretching back for nearly 20 years, the type should have lost its edge in terms of performance and…

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May 14, 2007
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Aircraft Asset Assessment
The B767-300ER Market Presence. The B767-300ER presented the operating leasing community with the ideal tool with which to enter the widebody operating lease arena. Throughout the 1990s the B767-300ER enjoyed considerable success but then fell victim to the usual problem of lengthy production and market saturation. Past success was achieved…

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May 14, 2007
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Residuals Start To Take Note Of Tail Boom
The calculation of residual values increasingly needs to take account of the rise in production rates that seems to be now occurring at the end of the product life cycle. Residual value calculations seek to take account of a multitude of factors most of which should anticipate future events rather…

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May 14, 2007
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