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Banking Crisis Puts Values On Watch
Nervous Markets Could Stifle Further Rise in Values The on-going volatility in the worlds stock markets owing to lending in the U.S., has caused financial institutions and private individuals to carefully consider their investments such that cash needed to fund the increasing number of aircraft deliveries may be more difficult…

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September 17, 2007
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New Order Placements Help Overcome Jitters Over Values
While there may be problems ahead in terms of financing orders already placed, the recent flurry of activity provides an indication that demand for capacity remains buoyant. Norwegian Air Shuttle has recently announced an order for 42 B737-800s complete with winglets. The operator also took purchase options on a further…

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September 17, 2007
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B787 Delay Fails to Dent Prospects for Values
Values of the B787 have experienced a material increase since the launch date and even with a potential three-month delay in the first flight, and possibly, first delivery, residuals are not expected to be impacted. The first flight, having slipped from around now to at least November, suggests that certification…

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September 17, 2007
AVN
Values of Regional Jets On Even Keel
The market for used 50-seat regional jets has far from disappeared and has been sufficient to absorb most of the remaining excess emanating from disposals from carriers such as Independence. The older CRJ100s as well as the smaller regional jets such as the ERJ135 and 328JET (except in a corporate…

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September 17, 2007
AVN
Some Anxiety Creeps into A320 Residuals
Despite the substantial backlog for the A320 and a recent flurry of orders for the type, the length of production is becoming an increasing concern should the market experience a period of weakness. The events post 2001 amply illustrated the potential problems that could occur should there be another downturn.…

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September 17, 2007
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Aircraft Asset Assessment
The A320 Market Presence. With 141 operators, the A320 enjoys an established base which is just as strong as any Boeing product. The large number of orders placed by the lessors underlines the faith in medium-term residuals and lease rentals. The ability of Airbus to also penetrate the all important…

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September 17, 2007
AVN
First Generation Stage 3 Values Face Flat Calm After Ripple Effect
The values of such first generation aircraft as the B737-300 face the prospect of a decline in the near term as operators are more able to afford and acquire more efficient equipment. Between late 2001 and 2003 values of the once stalwart B737-300 were at rock bottom. Due either to…

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September 17, 2007
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