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Corporate Jet Values Continue to Falter
“Heavy Iron” Face Severe Pressures Values of corporate jets, previously perceived to be the “safe haven” for those seeking assured returns, have experienced a near 25 percent decline over the course of the last year with further falls expected. During the period 2003-2007 values of used corporate jets rose significantly…

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April 13, 2009
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Bombardier CS100 & CS300 Price Tag Bears No Resemblance to Values
The list prices of the CS100 and CS300 at more than $40 million are considerably above the net selling price. Whereas Airbus and Boeing can claim the 35-45 percent disparity between list price and net selling price is a function of history, the development of a new aircraft by Bombardier…

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April 13, 2009
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Turboprop Values Experience Modest Decline
A year ago the market for the turboprop appeared attractive. the price of fuel was rising on its way to record highs and despite the onset of economic weakness, the demand for turboprops exceeded supply. Values were able to register a period of stability. The market for turboprops has declined…

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April 13, 2009
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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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April 13, 2009
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