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Aircraft Archive: Airbus A350-1000
Pricing & Values of B777-300ERs Yet to be Delivered Under Scrutiny
While the development of the B777X may be causing problems for Airbus with respect to the A350-1000, the new Boeing aircraft also increases the pressure on the B777-300ER in the coming years in terms of maintaining production. In 2013 Boeing delivered 79 B777-300ERs. The first three months of 2014 also…

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May 5, 2014
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Erosion of Backlog Continues to Affect Residuals
As the product line up evolves, and new types are introduced, there needs to be constant vigilance of the prevailing order and delivery status of existing models to accurately assess when values should undergo a change rather than rely on outdated perceptions. Until very recently there was a widely held…

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March 24, 2014
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Airbus List Prices for 2014 Increase by Modest 2.6%
While the sustained demand for the A320neo family may have tempted Airbus to hike list prices, the rise of 2.6 percent for all types has been modest in comparison with previous years. The increase of 2.6 percent is much in line with producer’s inflationary pressures but again has no relevance…

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January 27, 2014
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Launch of B777X Allows Definition of B777X Residuals - & A350
The service entry of the B777X – yet to be renamed to perhaps the B797- may still not be planned for another seven years but with 259 orders and commitments for the new type then the residual values seem assured. There are always risks and rewards in being the first…

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December 2, 2013
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B777-9X Residuals Likely To Perform Well After Cautious Start Values of All “First Batch” of New Aircraft Require Fuller Analysis
The order from Lufthansa for 34 of the yet to be formally launched B777-9X, along with 25 A350-900s, represents a significant step for the new type but also raises the question of how to deal with values of the initial batch of aircraft given recent events with other types. The…

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October 7, 2013
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Substantial Launch Orders Point to Strong Demand But Will the MTOW Increase?
The B777-10 has been finally launched at the sometimes soggy 2013Paris Air Show on the basis of substantial orders from a range of customers but despite a “simple stretch” service entry is not slated until 2018, some five years away and representing a longer timeframe than for most all new…

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July 1, 2013
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“Safe” Option on B787-10 Provides Difficulty for Value Assessment
The B777-10 has been finally launched at the sometimes soggy 2013Paris Air Show on the basis of substantial orders from a range of customers but despite a “simple stretch” service entry is not slated until 2018, some five years away and representing a longer timeframe than for most all new…

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July 1, 2013
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Residuals of B777-300ER On Watch as Launch of B777X Imminent
The residual values of the B777-300ER are likely to come under renewed scrutiny as a launch decision on the B777X nears. With the announcement of the selection of the GE9X as the powerplant for the B777X, then the new aircraft is likely to be discussed by the Boeing board in…

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March 25, 2013
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