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Values of CFM56 Powered A321-200s On Watch as IAE Climbs
While the relevance of airframe/engine combinations has been diminishing in recent years due to the advancing use of the engine support programs by the manufacturers and the creation of dual engine fleets, the disparity between the CFM56 and the V2500 on A321 in favour of the latter is increasingly seen…

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February 23, 2015
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“Value” of BFE Takes on Greater Significance
Valuing widebody interiors on the basis of list pricing has long since lost its relevance as operators undertake upgrades using the latest technology potentially rendering older equipment obsolete and worthless. A new aircraft usually comprises a basic specification for which the customer needs to specify additional equipment to match their…

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February 23, 2015
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Pricing of Boeing Equipment Still Above Values
The asking prices of some Boeing aircraft still seem to be optimistic compared to indicated values even if quality equipment is in demand. Early B737-200ADVs are still on the market priced at less than $1 million. A 1984 example. One of the last to be built, is priced at $370,000.…

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February 23, 2015
AVN
Values of Used Turboprops Remain Strong
The lower price of fuel has done nothing to quell the demand for used turboprops and indeed for new examples. Lower fuel prices generally mean that jets become more efficient over shorter sector lengths but operators cannot build their fleet plans around a temporary fall in jet fuel pricing. The…

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February 23, 2015
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