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Aircraft Archive: Airbus A300-600
Values of B767-300 Continue to Dive
The appetite for the -300 has always been overshadowed by the demand for the -300ER and during the latest recession, values have declined further. The problems facing the B767-300 program are indicated by the order status. Only seven units were ordered during the course of the 1990s with the last…

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December 7, 2009
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Rates Reach Trough
With lease rentals having already fallen so far, there is little opportunity to fall further. The older widebodies may be among the least desirable of types but lessors cannot keep on lowering rentals to stimulate demand. Instead, sometimes there has to be acknowledgement that aircraft have to be simply parked.…

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November 23, 2009
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Asking Prices for Aircraft Continue to Show Optimism
Despite the surfeit of adverse news, there continues to be trading activity such that the market is far from illiquid, contrasting perhaps with the months immediately following September 2001. A 1991 A300-600 is being advertised for $11 million, which is nearly double the assumed value. The A300-600 is facing considerable…

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November 9, 2009
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Older Widebodies At Scrap Levels
The fate of the older widebodies has been sealed for some time. Values have declined to scrap levels from which there is no expectation of a recovery. Unfortunately in this market, the older widebodies reached scrap levels much sooner than expected, never to recover. Against the backdrop of much more…

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October 26, 2009
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Rates for Older Widebodies Continue to Fall
The move by airlines to dispose of older widebodies continues as greater use of newer and more efficient equipment is sought. The international sector is continuing to experience the severe difficulties in view of the loss of high yielding business traffic. There has been a clear need to both downsize…

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August 17, 2009
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Semi-Annual Jet Aircraft Value Listing
Weak Demand Undermines Values of All Types There has been an appreciable change in the current and short term values of most aircraft types since the October 2008 issue due to the continuing difficulties of the financial markets and the recessionary effects of the global economy. The values were prepared…

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July 20, 2009
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Older Widebody Values Continue to Fall
With values having fallen so far already it is perhaps hard to imagine that there exists an opportunity for further falls to take place. Unfortunately in this market, the older widebodies are facing the prospect of reaching scrap levels much sooner than expected, never to recover. Against the backdrop of…

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July 6, 2009
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Asking Prices Start to Become More Realistic
The much more somber mood of the market is at last translating into more realistic asking prices for most aircraft though there remain some anomalies. The B737-300 is available in quantity such that buyers can take their pick. A 1989 aircraft is priced at $8.5 million while another of the…

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May 25, 2009
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