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A220-300 Values Start to Increase
But Limited Orders for A220-100 Fail to Inspire Improvement The values of the A220 are set to increase as the number of orders increase and confidence in the program mounts. The values of the A220 have been difficult to determine not because the aircraft type was new but more because…

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September 2, 2019
AVN
B777-300 Values At Virtually Parting Out Levels
The market for the B777-300 is far from attractive and as such values have been falling at such a rate that the current levels all but equate to parting out levels. There were only ever 60 orders for the B777-300 from customers such as BOC Aviation, Cathay, Japan Airlines. ILFC,…

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September 2, 2019
AVN
“Flight Shaming” Has No Impact
There is speculation that the market may be losing some of its strength as economic woes take their toll. The rate of traffic growth is not perhaps as high as it might be but then there are 371 MAX aircraft on the ground and 40 new MAX aircraft are not…

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September 2, 2019
AVN
Values of Turboprops Remain Stable
The limited production rate of new turboprops and the sustained demand for such aircraft as new routes and operators emerge, is keeping values of turboprops at reasonable levels. Economic expansion is often accompanied by a need for improved air transport links, perhaps providing services to tourist destinations or to industrial…

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September 2, 2019
AVN
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