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Avro RJ Values Face Medium Term Weakness As CityJet Seeks Replacement
The values of the Avro RJ are set to experience a further, though expected fall, in the medium term as more operators turn their attention to newer offerings from Bombardier and Embraer. With the four engined Avro RJ having been in service for more than 20 years and facing ever…

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June 2, 2014
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Lease Rentals Of Older Types Experience Decline
While the demand for newer regional jets remains relatively strong those for the older aircraft are facing a downward, age related trend. As aircraft are leased to second tier carriers, lease terms can shorten serving to seemingly increase rentals. There also exists a further distortion as second tier lessees may…

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June 2, 2014
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Storage & Scrapping Starts to Impact B767-300ERs
The values – and lease rentals – of the B767-300ER are showing levels more commensurate with the age profile after having been artificially suspended for so long due to the late arrival of the B787. The first B767-300ERs entered service in February 1988 with American Airlines. The other types that…

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June 2, 2014
AVN
Aircraft Asset Assessment: B737-400
Market Presence. The B737-400 is clearly showing its age in terms of efficiency, specification and market orientation. Structure and systems can be traced back to the 1960s, if not before, while performance and capacity reflect the 1980s. However, partly perhaps because of its heritage, the structure remains reasonably robust and…

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June 2, 2014
AVN
B737-900ER Values Lag Behind A321-200
The values of the -900ER continue to lag behind those of the A321-200 but the association with the B737-800 and an orderbook exceeding 500 prevents weakness. While Airbus cannot keep up with demand for the A321-200, the same cannot be said of the B737-900ER. In the first four months of…

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June 2, 2014
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Airfreight Demand Begins to Show Promise
The airfreight market is beginning to show improvement in terms of traffic but this has yet to translate into improved demand for dedicated freighters. The Aircraft Rating (Aircraft Value Analysis Rating www.aircraftvalues.net; www.aircraftvalues.com) reflects the considered suitability for asset based financing over a seven year period. Ratings range from A++…

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June 2, 2014
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Aircraft Ratings Show Slippage for Variety of Aircraft As Product Line Shifts
The Aircraft Ratings for a variety of popular aircraft types have exhibited a further downgrading as a result of the development of new products. The latest update to The Aircraft Value Analysis Company’s (www.aircraftvalues.net) Aircraft Ratings indicates that the relative asset strength of the majority of aircraft still in production…

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June 2, 2014
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E-Jet Values Remain Steady as E2 Development Progresses
With the Embraer E-Jet celebrating ten years of service history in March this year and over 1,000 deliveries as of September 2013, the impact of the E2 on values and lease rentals of the existing model is being carefully considered. The service entry of the 102 seat E190-E2 is currently…

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June 2, 2014
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B737-400 Values Edge Towards Part Out Levels
Values of the -400 continue to decline as the market moves towards newer types with even engine values experiencing falls. Over the period 2004-2007 rentals of the B737-400 had been improving but since then have experienced significant declines. However, even though the -400 lacks the payload/range performance of the A319/A320…

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June 2, 2014
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