FOR CURRENT &
FUTURE AIRCRAFT VALUES
Freighter Values Start to Edge Upwards
Sustained Recovery in Traffic Not Without Setbacks While values of passenger aircraft may require additional time before registering a rise, there are clear indications that values of freighter aircraft are already recovering. The values of most freighter aircraft are recording an improvement, albeit modest, as a result of the significant…

Read more

July 19, 2010
AVN
Start of Ordering Cycle Points to Potential Improvement in Values
With ILFC reportedly in talks with manufacturers over possible orders and the formation of new leasing entities, including Air Lease Corp, there are clear signs that market leaders are recognizing that the market in terms of aircraft pricing, is starting to edge out of recession making it the ideal time…

Read more

July 19, 2010
AVN
Any Delay to B737 Replacement Presents Dilemma for Residuals
With Boeing now unlikely to make a decision on whether to re-engine or replace the hugely successful B737-700 and B737-800 until next year due to conflicting customer requirements, residual values of the existing B737NG may be able to enjoy a measure of temporary relief. Analysis by JP Morgan suggests that…

Read more

July 19, 2010
AVN
A330-200F Values Remain on Even Keel Despite Order Switch
The decision by Guggenheim to switch two orders from the A330-200F to the A330-300 is more a reflection of the sustained demand for the Airbus passenger widebody at a time when the appetite for new freighters remains fragile. Guggenheim was a launch customer for the A330-200F ordering a total of…

Read more

July 19, 2010
AVN
New Freighter Orders Remain Elusive
The significant rebound in airfreight traffic, not least due to the massive increase in Chinese exports, has provided the basis for a return to service of many previously idle freighters. The demand for new freighters remains limited as evidenced by the lack of new orders. Some of the new freighters…

Read more

July 19, 2010
AVN
Chapter 2 Values Slide into Oblivion
The Chapter 2 types have been increasingly forced from center stage for nearly a decade such that the majority of those aircraft that are listed as being in storage are of a Chapter 2 origin. The values of such aircraft have been at scrap levels for some time and have…

Read more

July 19, 2010
AVN
Fokker 100 Values Succumb to Inevitable Decline
While the level of availability of the Fokker 100 may have eased slightly over the last few months there are nearly 50 listed as being in storage suggesting that permanent retirement of some example is likely. With an average of more than 17 years, the Fokker 100 may be viewed…

Read more

July 19, 2010
AVN
Aircraft Asset Assessment: F100
Market Presence. The total of 278 deliveries for the Fokker 100 represented something of a success for a European manufacturer though the number pales against the deliveries made by U.S. manufacturers and more recently Embraer and Bombardier. The orders secured from American, and the then USAirways, were considered important successes…

Read more

July 19, 2010
AVN
Values of Older Aircraft Types Continue to Suffer
The market may be showing sustained improvement in terms of traffic and orders but types no longer in production are failing to enjoy any recovery, albeit in line with expectations. Orders for the first six months of 2010 showed a significant improvement over the same period in 2009. A total…

Read more

July 19, 2010
AVN
THE SEARCH FOR AIRCRAFT VALUATIONS
A one-of-a-kind database filled with aircraft valuation data, including information on leasing, valuations and vital statistics, as well as Aircraft Assessment Reports.
Search an Aircraft Valuator
Error Demonstration

Live chat by BoldChat