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Lease Rentals of B777-200ER Start to Wane
The popularity of the B777-200ER continues to carry thousands of passengers each day but this cannot prevent lease rentals from slipping as the type nears the end of its product life cycle. The demand for the -200ER is still reasonably strong but not strong enough to prevent lease rentals from…

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June 4, 2012
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A380 Wing Problem Cost “$3 million” Per Aircraft But Values Not Affected
The values of the A380 have not been impacted by the wing problem although the event coming so soon after the uncontained engine failure involving the Qantas aircraft may be have a negative cumulative effect should other major problems occur in the short term. All new aircraft experience teething problems…

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June 4, 2012
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Thomas Cook Sells B757-300s & B767s For “$15.5” Million Each
Market for Older Aircraft Still Exists – At The Right Price Thomas Cook Group, the UK travel company, has announced the sale of 11 B757-300s and eight B767-300ERs to two different buyers providing much needed cash for the company. Two lessors, Aircastle and Guggenheim Aviation Partners, have acquired two packages…

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June 4, 2012
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Newer Narrowbody Values Continue to Struggle Despite Backlog
The values of most narrowbodies have continued to exhibit a modest decline over the last quarter in appreciation of continuing weak market conditions and the potential for further corporate contractions. Any fall must be seen in the context of the normally expected five percent fall per annum. China has again…

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June 4, 2012
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A340-300 Values Still In Decline
The values of the A340-300 have been consistently falling for a number of years and there seems to be no means of preventing such a decline. The four engined configuration for medium sized widebodies has been overtaken by events such that values of existing units have been exposed by the…

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June 4, 2012
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Lease Rentals Remain Largely Unchanged
While lease rentals of jets are edging downwards those of turboprops have remained stable for another quarter. The older types are facing the pressure associated with age and as such they are being displaced by younger aircraft. The older aircraft were previously sought after by the second tier carriers but…

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June 4, 2012
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Embraer Net Prices Closer to List Prices Than Airbus or Boeing
The list prices of Airbus and Boeing bear no relationship to the actual prices being paid by customers but at least those of Embraer are far closer to reality. The regional jet manufacturers have been securing relatively good net prices partly because order quantities are lower and also due to…

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June 4, 2012
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Southwest Deferral Points to Weak Outlook for Values
Southwest, deferring the delivery of 30 B737-800s in the period 2013-2014, will still take 34 B737NGs this year and more in the following years but the need to reduce capacity to more match demand and protect yields is becoming all too common for North American and European carriers. While there…

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June 4, 2012
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