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Boeing List Prices See Near Six Percent Rise over Two Years
B787-3 Dropped But B787-8 Price Rises by Massive 11 Percent Registering a near six percent rise over two years, Boeing announced list prices for 2010 just days before the end of the year. Earlier in 2010 Airbus announced list prices for 2010, also indicating a six percent rise over two…

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January 17, 2011
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A320 Family Values Start to Take Heed of NEO
The launch of the A320NEO, while much needed by operators searching to contain operating costs, has repercussions and consequences for the current and future values of the A320 Family as well as the B737NG. The A320NEO family – ie the A319, A320 and A321 – will become the airframe/engine combination…

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January 17, 2011
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A320 Lease Rentals Continue to Experience Problems
While the market in general is recovering, with lease rentals showing distinct signs of improvement for a range of aircraft, the lease rentals of used A320s are not as strong as the backlog for new aircraft suggests. The B737-800 continues to be the strongest of narrowbody leasing vehicles but the…

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January 17, 2011
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Widebody Rentals Continue to Ease Higher
Air travel for November 2010 continued to show significant growth compared to the same month a year earlier albeit at lower levels than previous months. The rise in traffic for the first eleven months of 2010 amounted to 8.5 percent versus only a 4.3 percent increase in capacity. The more…

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January 17, 2011
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Newer Regional Jets See Value Improvement
The values of the newest regional jets are experiencing the greatest improvement. There remains sufficient activity in the used market as to provide some reassurance with respect to values. The larger regional jets have a greater part to play as the market recovers, partly at the expense of the 50…

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January 17, 2011
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ERJ145 Has Better Prospects Than CRJ200ER
The ERJ145 has faced considerable challenges over the course of the last three years and market conditions to be against the 50 seaters. The CRJ100ER and CRJ200ER continue to face considerable pressure and while the ERJ145 is also experiencing problems a clearly delineation between the two types has now formed.…

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January 17, 2011
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Aircraft Asset Assessment: ERJ145
Market Presence. Part of the structure of the ERJ145 can be traced to the successful EMB120 Brasilia. The airframe is therefore something of a known quantity in terms of being able to cope with the short sector lengths. The ability of the regional jets to offer a similar service life…

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January 17, 2011
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Dumping of Dollar by China-Russia Points to New Currency for Residuals
November 2010 saw China and Russia enter into a new agreement which could herald profound consequences for the way in which aircraft are valued. Both China and Russia, major economic entities, are continuing to move away from the US dollar which has established itself as the international trading currency. The…

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January 17, 2011
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