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B777-300ER Long Term Residuals Face Question Mark Over Remarketing
Current market values for the B777-300ER remain deservedly buoyant but there is a concern about where such a large fleet will be remarketed after seeing 12-17 years of service. The orders for the B777-300ER are impressive – 721 to date with 485 delivered. To maintain production of the B777-300ER through…

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June 30, 2014
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Aircraft Asset Assessment: B777-300ER
Market Presence. The size of the twin engined -300ER is such that it essentially replaces the B747-200 and indeed offers an alternative to the -400. The twin engine configuration presents the market with previously unimagined power and operating efficiency. The ability to extract ever higher thrust ratings from two engines…

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June 30, 2014
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Asking Prices for Airbus Aircraft Remain High
The difference between the asking prices for older and younger A320s continues to be significant, a situation which is expected to persist. While asking prices for new aircraft rarely reflect the eventual negotiated selling price they at least provide some guidance. A 1999 A319 is being offered at a price…

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June 30, 2014
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Medium Term A380 Residuals Unphased by -900 or -800neo
Discussions surrounding the potential for a larger version of the A380 and/or the re-engining of the existing -800 have not thus far impacted residual value forecasts for the A380. Ever since the A380-800 was launched there has speculation that a larger variant would emerge. Indeed, the engine manufacturers may have…

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June 30, 2014
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Dedicated Large Freighter Values Remain Under Pressure
The demand for airfreight is continuing to show signs of improvement but a myriad of negative factors continues to prevent the re-introduction of many large dedicated freighters thereby forcing down values even further and stimulating opportunistic offer prices. The demand for large freighters is inevitably dependent on global economic growth…

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June 30, 2014
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Realistic Rentals for New Widebodies
While the world of sale and leasebacks continue to sometimes see high rentals, rentals for aircraft on vanilla operating leases are remaining firmly rooted in reality. There is little doubt that the demand for widebodies remains strong, at least for the newer aircraft types. The older types are becoming less…

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June 30, 2014
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Changing Product Line Has No Effect on Rentals
Despite the change in the product line up by the end of the decade, values are not experiencing too many problems. Values are in Millions of US Dollars and are based on The Aircraft Value Reference published by The Aircraft Value Analysis Company www.aircraftvalues.net www.aircraftvalues.com. An Aircraft Rating has been…

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June 30, 2014
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B777-300ER Stable In Wake of B777X Launch
The values of the B777-300ER, after experiencing sustained increases, are now expected to stabilize as the development of the B777X progresses. The -300ER has established itself as the most desirable of widebodies, aided of course by the high price of fuel and the absence of alternatives. The twin-engined design coincided…

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June 30, 2014
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