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Airbus List Prices Continue To Outstrip Net Pricing
A320neo List Prices Jump More Than 6 Percent The Airbus list prices for 2012 have again exhibited a significant increase, averaging 4.6 percent, inflated by the rise in A320neo family pricing. The above table indicates Airbus list prices between 2008 and 2012 together with the estimated new value as quoted…

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January 30, 2012
AVN
B737-400 Values Face Challenging Times
The values of the B737-400 have continued to deteriorate in recent years as the type is withdrawn from service by mainline carriers in favor of such aircraft as the A320 and B737-800. Over the period 2004-2007 rentals of the B737-400 had been improving but since then have experienced significant declines.…

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January 30, 2012
AVN
B767-300ER Values Start to Take Back Seat
After experiencing a period of heightened enthusiasm from operators, resulting in a recovery in values and lease rentals, the realities associated with an advancing product life cycle are having a detrimental effect on the same values and lease rentals. In the run up to the peak of the market in…

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January 30, 2012
AVN
B747-400 Values Fail to Respond to Pockets of Demand
The values of the B747-400 are continuing to decline in the face of weaker international demand and the significant number of deliveries of new aircraft. While the B747-400 continues to be used on a great many international routes, operators are increasingly finding that the type no longer meets its needs.…

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January 30, 2012
AVN
Limited Availability of Finance Could Contain Values
The Eurozone “crisis” and the need for greater capital adequacy by financial institutions has the potential to not only limit the amount of financing available for new aircraft but also place downward pressure on values. As a consequence of the recession starting 2008, the number of financial institutions able and…

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January 30, 2012
AVN
Lease Rentals Continue to Edge Down
The recent recovery in lease rentals from the depths of the Great Recession seems to have passed a peak as lease rentals on the mainstream narrowbodies continue to edge down slightly. The reason for lower rentals stems from the reconnection of the aviation industry to the wider economic malaise. In…

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January 30, 2012
AVN
Widebody Values Continue to Achieve Stable
The widebody market is facing more uncertainty due to the concern over whether the high yielding passenger will continue to fly with such frequency. While the economy passenger may pay the fuel and flight crew salaries for the long haul operator, it is the business class passenger who pays for…

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January 30, 2012
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