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Production Rates May Need to Fall To Prevent Further Fall in Value
New Aircraft Continue to Displace Old As Values Decline The cyclic condition of rising production levels and falling demand has once again emerged and threatens to undermine the current market values of both new and old aircraft. Previous cycles have demonstrated all too clearly the problem of too many orders…

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October 27, 2008
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Rapid Decline in Values of 50 Seat Regional Jets Could Be Halted
The values of the 50 seat regional jets have experienced considerable problems over the course of the last year but with the fall in the price of fuel operators may need to reassess their fleet plans in the favor of the RJ. The economics of smaller regional jets, those with…

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October 27, 2008
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Turboprop Values Stable
After benefitting from the aversion to regional jets, a period of reflection is in evidence as turboprop operators consider their fleet plans. The fall in the price of fuel, combined with more static demand, has seen a fall in orders placements for turboprops. The volatility in the oil prices and…

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October 27, 2008
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Assumptions
The listing of current and future market values is based on the year of build. The essential assumption, following ISTAT Market Value guidelines, is that the aircraft is being sold as a single unit and between a willing seller and willing buyer for cash. The high and low figures for…

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October 27, 2008
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