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Dubai Air Show Fails to Be Venue for Orders With A380 Values Exposed
The Dubai Air Show held last week has recently been the venue for considerable order placements but 2015 has seen very few such announcements highlighting the number of orders placed previously and the absence of delivery slots in the near term. The Dubai Air Show has previously seen considerable orders…

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November 16, 2015
AVN
Fall in A330-200 Lease Rates Facilitates Placement
Demand for used – and new - A330-200s has been lacking in the recent past but with the drop in rentals of the type the aircraft has become sought after once more though there remain a material number on the market. Lease rentals of 10-12-year-old the A330-200 s have been…

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November 16, 2015
AVN
Only Values of A350 & B787 Remain Stable
The market for most widebodies in production or for those having recently ceased being produced continues though the comments from the Delta CEO regarding a “bubble” cannot be ignored. Values and Ratings courtesy of The Aircraft Value Analysis Company www.aircraftvalues.net, www.aircraftvalues.com. The Aircraft Value Analysis Rating (AVAR) reflects the considered…

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November 16, 2015
AVN
Hike in Production Will Place Pressure on Used Values
Real Number is Much Higher Due to More Seats & Emphasis on Larger Variants The increase in production of narrowbody aircraft to perhaps more than 60 per month for Airbus and slightly fewer for Boeing may have a material impact on future values as new aircraft increasingly act as displacement…

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November 16, 2015
AVN
Rentals Fail to Advance
The lease rentals of narrowbodies in production have seemingly passed their cyclic peak nothwithstanding the potential effect of a rise in interest rates. The market for narrowbodies continues to be one of shortages – there is a shortage of delivery slots for new aircraft and a shortage of newer equipment.…

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November 16, 2015
AVN
B737-900ER Values Fail to Inspire
The values of the -900ER continue to fall as the type has failed to gain sufficient traction before the arrival of the B737MAX. In the spring of 2001, Boeing started studying the possibility of a -900X featuring more range and allowing more seats to be fitted. This necessitated the installation…

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November 16, 2015
AVN
Airbus “Blinks” As Stretch to A350-1000 Is Contemplated
With the development of the A350-1000 underway the suggestion that a stretch is being contemplated raises the prospect of a revision to existing -1000 values. The A350-1000 was previously viewed as offering the ideal capacity even though it accommodated fewer passengers than the B777-9. Airbus had indicated that there was…

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November 16, 2015
AVN
Aircraft Asset Assessment
Market Presence. As a member of the B737NG family the fate of the -900ER is somewhat assured. The use of extra fuel tanks provides the range while the extra exits offers operators the necessary capacity to compensate for the higher weight - and cost. The extra tanks, which can be…

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November 16, 2015
AVN
A319s and B737-700s Lives “Shorten” As Parting Out Gathers Pace
Asset lives of the A319 and B737-700 continue to be threatened with being foreshortened as the market moves to larger equipment. While there continues to be sporadic demand for the 120 seaters on the used market the lack of appetite for new aircraft and the contraction of the backlog continues…

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November 16, 2015
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