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Price of Stage 2 Aircraft Irrelevant
Placing a value on an asset suggests that it has some appeal beyond that of an existing operator or owner but unfortunately in the case of Chapter 2 aircraft interest is so limited as to make most types unsuitable for asset based financing. The Aircraft Rating (Value Rating courtesy of…

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May 4, 2015
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Emirates A380 Engine Switch Advances Potential “neo”
The decision by Emirates to select Rolls-Royce engines in a switch from Engine Alliance, who have supplied its engines for the A380 to date, is significant because it offers a more balanced number of installed engines between the two engine manufacturers but more importantly potentially signals the development of the…

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May 4, 2015
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Lease Rentals Stable
The airfreight market continues to show improvement and this has allowed lease rentals to remain relatively stable. A recent increase is due to the shipment of parts by the Japanese car manufacturers as a result of a recall in the US of millions of cars. The congestion at some seaports…

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May 4, 2015
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Values Of A318 Experience Stability
Values of the A318 have experienced a significant fall in the last few years such that they have reached a measure of stability though some ten already having been scrapped. The last A318 has long since been delivered and as a commercial aircraft, the type has a very limited role.…

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May 4, 2015
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Asking Prices for Boeing Aircraft Continue to be Realistic
While there continues to be increased emphasis on lease encumbered aircraft sales or portfolio disposals it remains possible for some types, particularly the older, to be remarketed on a standalone basis usually at reasonable prices. The Boeing BBJ market has been in existence for well over a decade and it…

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May 4, 2015
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B787-9 Values Continue to Improve
In sharp contrast to the hullabaloo that accompanied the rolling out of the B787-8, which then featured interminable delays, the development of the -9 and its service entry has been much more muted with good in-service performance underlining stronger values. Production rates of the B787-9 are also increasing which helps…

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May 4, 2015
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B717 Pricing Continues to Exceed Expectations
The B717 may have been out of production for nearly a decade but there are some operators still eager to acquire the type which is leading to a modest improvement in market values and perhaps even higher pricing. The B717 has proved to be less successful for Boeing after its…

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May 4, 2015
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Residual Values Favor Larger Narrowbodies as Upsizing Continues
The dynamics of the market have changed such that there is increasing emphasis on larger aircraft which could serve to displace existing smaller capacity equipment. As traffic continues to grow operators will have to increasingly make the decision of whether to increase the size of the fleet or increase the…

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May 4, 2015
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Aircraft Asset Assessment: A318
Market Presence. Values having fallen so far already suggests that they will remain stable though some 10 ex Frontier aircraft have already been scrapped. As a member of the A320 family, technology is not an issue for the A318. Technical obsolescence will not feature for some years or at least…

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May 4, 2015
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