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Widebody Lease Rates Achieve Stagnation
Usually the term of stagnation confers negative connotations on an aircraft type. However, in the context of the torrid market conditions stagnation is positive, potentially signaling the start of an improvement in fortunes. The market for newer widebodies is improving although yet again there continues to be concern over the…

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April 12, 2010
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Last Delivery of B747-400 Highlighted by Depressed Values CRJ200 Values Face Renewed Pressure as Mesa Falters MD80 Acquisition Fails to Turn Type Into Asset Cargo Traffic For 2009 Experiences Major Fall But Improvement Evident Widebody Lease Rates Continu
Values of B747-400 & -400Fs Approach Low Point The delivery of the last B747-400 – a -400ERF – in late 2009 signals the end of an era as well as highlighting a considerable deterioration in the value of both the passenger and freighter versions over the course of the last…

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January 18, 2010
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Widebody Lease Rates Continue to Stumble
The bottom for widebody lease rentals is fast approaching although the Northern Hemisphere winter may yet see some further problems which will undermine the ability of lessors to hike rates. The lease rentals of widebodies have been bloodied over the last eighteen months by low interest rates and rising availability…

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January 18, 2010
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Widebody Lease Rates Hit the Buffers
The lease rentals of widebodies continue to falter as the industry heads for the weakest part of the year. Wet leases are bound to soar as operators see at least some revenue from underutilized capital assets. The significant fall in premium traffic is continuing to force many high profile operators…

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September 28, 2009
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Scrapping of B767-300s Highlights Dangers for Ageing Marginalized Types
The sale of two 1986 B767-300s – the first to be built – by Japan Airlines to GA Telesis for part out underlines the problem of projecting values for 25 years or more. The two B767-300s (serial numbers 23216/23217), members of a family still held in high regard, are to…

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June 8, 2009
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Lease Rentals Start to Suffer
The market for widebodies had been very buoyant but the economic woes that now stretch around the globe are forcing down rates. The inevitable slowdown in production and the contraction of operations has loosened supply once again. While operators of existing widebodies are loath to actually dispose of assets in…

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March 2, 2009
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Interest Rates Keep Lease Rentals on Even Keel
Values of even new widebodies are increasingly under pressure as the economic slump impacts all regions of the world. Lease rentals of newer widebodies generally remain stable not least because the cost of borrowing keeps on rising. Lease rentals of widebodies should be starting to fall as demand in the…

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October 13, 2008
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Widebody Rentals Remain Stable
While the older narrowbodies may be facing more uncertainty the widebody segment continues to experience sufficiently strong demand as to allow lease rentals to remain essentially unmoved. The U.S. airlines, while seeking to reduce domestic capacity, still have a desire to expand international operations. For the rest of the world,…

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June 23, 2008
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