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B737MAX Values Hold Firm – For Now
Grounding Could Create Long Term Perception Problems But Not Yet The values of the B737MAX are not currently being changed despite the tragic loss of two aircraft and subsequent grounding of the type. Boeing cites 376 deliveries of the MAX. With 29,000 jet aircraft in service these 376 aircraft represent…

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April 15, 2019
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Concept of Half Life Values Lose Relevance for Older Aircraft
Providing half-life values for older aircraft, particularly widebodies, is becoming increasingly irrelevant and in some cases is leading to an optimistic view of the relative value of assets, thereby increasing risk for owners and potentially overstating book values. The usual method in providing non-maintenance adjusted is to assume half life…

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April 15, 2019
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Values of Mid Life Widebodies Face Pressure
While the enthusiasm for the A350-900 and B787-9 continues the fortunes of the mid life aircraft of those models coming to the end of production – the A330ceo and the B777-300ER for example – remain under pressure. The arrival of new products and the divesting of older types is contributing…

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April 15, 2019
AVN
Values of Older Turboprops Fare Better Than New
The market for older turboprops has a measure of resilience that sometimes eludes the newer turboprops not least because the type of aircraft is no longer in production. The price of fuel has done nothing to quell the demand for used turboprops and indeed for new examples. Lower fuel prices…

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April 15, 2019
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