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B777-9X Residuals Likely To Perform Well After Cautious Start Values of All “First Batch” of New Aircraft Require Fuller Analysis
The order from Lufthansa for 34 of the yet to be formally launched B777-9X, along with 25 A350-900s, represents a significant step for the new type but also raises the question of how to deal with values of the initial batch of aircraft given recent events with other types. The…

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October 7, 2013
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Values of Freighters Continue to Struggle Even As World Economy Grows
The values of freighters continue to find the market difficult even though airfreight volumes are showing slight improvements. IATA reports that for August 2013 airfreight traffic increased by some 01.8 percent compared to the previous and that for the first eight months of 2013, traffic increased by 0.7 percent. This…

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October 7, 2013
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Values of Younger Aircraft Continue to Fall
The market conditions are such that there are relatively few major changes to values taking place. There are many countries around the world that have formal and informal limits on the age of aircraft that can be imported and leased. The airlines themselves may also avoid older aircraft even if…

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October 7, 2013
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Values of New Aircraft Confused with Net Prices
A new aircraft straight off the production line can attract a number of different figures in terms of values and price and a lack of definition can sometimes cause confusion. The manufacturers issue List Prices for their aircraft each and every year. These list prices have increasingly lost their relevance…

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October 7, 2013
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Expansion of Operating Stabilizes Rentals
The market for the turboprop operating lease continues to be expand as investors appreciate the sometimes greater margins that are available. The expansion of the operating lease will eventually lead to greater competition, thereby potentially impacting lease rentals. However, the current leasing market for turboprops perhaps can be equated to…

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October 7, 2013
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Early A320 Asking Prices Approximate Scrap Values
The values of more modern Airbus aircraft have been comparable to those of competitors but inevitably, and in common with all manufacturers, there are some types that have not proved so popular in the long term and values have fallen. A 1989 A300-600RSF has an asking price of $6 million…

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October 7, 2013
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Surplus Continues to Drive Down B737-300 Values
The demand for the B737-300 is far from strong but a surprising number continue to be traded albeit at low rates. The values of the B737-300 have experienced a significant fall in the last few years and the decline will continue. As predicted, aircraft out of production only have one…

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October 7, 2013
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Aircraft Asset Assessment: B737-300
Market Presence. There can be no ignoring the vast number of operators and the suitability of the type to a wide range of operations but there can also be no disguising the number that are in storage. Although production may have ceased more than a decade ago, the proven reliability…

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October 7, 2013
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