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Aircraft Archive: Airbus A350-1000
Lessors at ISTAT Indicate Market at its “Peak”
Buoyant Market Persists but Threat of “Backlog Inversion” Remains The market, in terms of demand and lease rentals, was acknowledged by lessors presenting at the ISTAT European conference in Istanbul in late September to be at its peak. The demand stream, as illustrated by the ever extending backlog, has been…

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October 6, 2014
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B777-300ER Residual Values Under Scrutiny As Remarketing Comes to Fore
The market for the B777-300ER seems as strong as ever with every lessor seemingly wishing to add the type to the portfolio but in the long term some concern exists as to the likely second tier operators. The values of the B777-300ER remain strong. New aircraft have reached values of…

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October 6, 2014
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Boeing List Prices for 2014 Rise by Modest Three Percent
The list prices published by Boeing for 2014 have risen by more than consumer inflation but are in line with the rise in net prices for aircraft delivered this year when compared to similar aircraft delivered last year. The average rise indicated by Boeing amounted to 3.1 percent with the…

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August 11, 2014
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Launch of A330neo Brings A330ceo Values into Spotlight
Farnborough Air Show in the UK did not disappoint; despite talk in a few distant corners of a “bubble”, orders from a variety of sources continued to pour in adding to the already straining backlog and suggesting that values – at least for newer aircraft - should remain on their…

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July 28, 2014
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B777-300ER Long Term Residuals Face Question Mark Over Remarketing
Current market values for the B777-300ER remain deservedly buoyant but there is a concern about where such a large fleet will be remarketed after seeing 12-17 years of service. The orders for the B777-300ER are impressive – 721 to date with 485 delivered. To maintain production of the B777-300ER through…

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June 30, 2014
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Aircraft Asset Assessment: B777-300ER
Market Presence. The size of the twin engined -300ER is such that it essentially replaces the B747-200 and indeed offers an alternative to the -400. The twin engine configuration presents the market with previously unimagined power and operating efficiency. The ability to extract ever higher thrust ratings from two engines…

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June 30, 2014
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B777-300ER Stable In Wake of B777X Launch
The values of the B777-300ER, after experiencing sustained increases, are now expected to stabilize as the development of the B777X progresses. The -300ER has established itself as the most desirable of widebodies, aided of course by the high price of fuel and the absence of alternatives. The twin-engined design coincided…

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June 30, 2014
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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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