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Values of Older A330-300s Continue to Suffer
Values of Newer Examples Also Fall But More By Association The values of the A330-300 remain under scrutiny as the development of the A330neo continues apace but the emphasis of any decline is clearly on the older rather than newer examples. The values of post 2002 A330-300s have also been…

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October 3, 2016
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Asking Prices of Reflect Have Sense of Reality
The asking prices of aircraft that are being publicly advertised for sale continue to have some relevance to actual market values. A 1993 A320 is on the market for $6 million which equates to the market value. The difference in values between the oldest and newest A320s ($3 million versus…

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October 3, 2016
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Values of B777-200LR Suffer as Market Moves to Other Types
The market for the B777-200LR, which has been obscured by the success of the -300ER, is facing continued weakness as the type continues to transition to other operators. The B777-200LR initially enjoyed considerable success due to its ultra-long range capability. The twin engined economics soon eclipsed the capabilities of the…

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October 3, 2016
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Development of B737MAX10 Would Impact Values of Any MAX9s
The discussions over the development of a possible “B737MAX10” continue but such a variant would likely arrive after the introduction of the MAX9, thereby impacting the values of the latter. The latest comment comes from Boeings’ Michael Teal, Vice President and Chief Project Engineer of the B737 MAX program, who…

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October 3, 2016
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Mid Life Turboprops Experience Stability
The latest financial results from turboprop and regional jet specialist lessor, Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC), points to a still strong sector – and resilient lease rentals. The sustained low price of fuel would expect regional jets to become more popular, reducing the sector length at which jets become more efficient.…

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October 3, 2016
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Values of Regional Jets Buffeted by Transition
The values of the larger regional jets are being impacted by the move to newer types. While the 50 seat market continues to suffer, the larger regional are experiencing some difficulties with aircraft in storage and limited delivery rates. Values are in Millions of US Dollars and are based on…

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October 3, 2016
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Values of A319 Achieve Measure of Stability
In the context of a limited orderbook, the values of the A319 have inevitably been under pressure but with pricing having reached more attractive levels the type continues to be placed. With most A319s having been built over a decade ago the rising number being moved to new operators was…

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October 3, 2016
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Aircraft Asset Assessment-The A319
Market Presence. The market has seen the introduction of many new operators but nearly all have favored the larger narrowbody variants. The new and expanding Asian carriers have sufficient traffic to warrant the use of larger aircraft. The focus on the 150, or more accurately, the 160-170 seaters, rather than…

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October 3, 2016
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Manufacturers Support Programs Vital for Business Jet Values
The value of larger business jets can be severely compromised in the event the aircraft does not have a manufacturers support program in place. There are various manufacturers program for business jets. An engine support program is considered to be something of a necessity to maintain the value of the…

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October 3, 2016
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