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Cancellations & Possible Order Drought Will Not Impact Residuals Existing Record Backlog Expected to Cover Change in Orderbook Trends
The placement of significant orders in recent years, resulting in a seven year backlog for Airbus and Boeing, has the potential to be undermined by cancellations and an order drought but residuals are still not expected to be adversely impacted. Throughout the Great Recession through to today, aircraft manufacturers have…

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September 9, 2013
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Values of Ageing Turboprops Decline
The appetite for the older turboprops is declining such that values are being adversely impacted. The combination of advancing age and development of newer models has begun to affect the demand for the older turboprops. Maintenance costs, reliability and higher passenger expectations are forcing operators to consider newer types although…

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September 9, 2013
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Third Delay to MRJ Reduces Timeline Advantage Over Embraer’s E2
With the third delay to the MRJ being announced in August, the Japanese regional jet will have only a single year before the scheduled service entry of the Embraer re-engined E190 E2, thereby potentially limiting interest due to earlier delivery though values are not as yet expected to be changed.…

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September 9, 2013
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