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Aircraft Archive: Boeing B767-300
B767-300 Values Fall into Abyss
The values of the B767-300 have fallen into the abyss from which there is no return and even selling the limited life remaining on the engines will not yield much when parted out. The problems facing the B767-300 program are indicated by the order status. Only seven units were ordered…

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April 17, 2017
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Leasing Still Attracting New Players As Rates Mostly Remain Stable
Competition Intensifying Which Could Impact Rentals The profits being secured by the lessors continues to be between 15-20 percent thus underlining the continued relative attraction of aircraft leasing compared other asset classes such as shipping and real estate. The leasing of aircraft continues to increase despite as yet proven speculation…

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March 6, 2017
AVN
Rentals Experience Slight Fall
The market for most widebodies continues to remain relatively stable but the lease rentals for some types have fallen over the last quarter. The problems being experienced by THY have seen a number of aircraft entering the market and lease rentals will likely be impacted. The move towards newer aircraft…

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January 23, 2017
AVN
Widebody Market Continues to Suffer
The market for some widebodies continues to contract and there exists a sense that there is something of an oversupply. Widebodies being delivered continues apace but at the expense of falling yields. Airlines are having to cut ticket prices to stimulate demand. The transition to new models continues and this…

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November 14, 2016
AVN
Aircraft Asset Assessment
Market Presence. The -300 has been in service for 18 years and as such it is little wonder that the first unit has been scrapped. The limited range of the -300, at least with respect to the capability of most other current widebodies, makes it suited to the needs of…

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October 31, 2016
AVN
Rentals Continue to Fall for Older Examples
The lease rentals of older widebody aircraft continue to fall as the market moves to newer types. Sale and leaseback transactions, which constitute an increasingly large proportion of new aircraft deliveries, continue to involve higher lease rates than those attributed to vanilla dry operating lease rentals. Lease rentals are provided…

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October 17, 2016
AVN
Aircraft Market Assessment-The A300-600R
Market Presence. The age and heritage of the A300-600R are clearly evident when compared to newer types. Even the EFIS cockpit, a trademark of Airbus, fails to impress. However, except for newer examples of the same type or the similarly ageing specification of the B767-300, no replacement existed until the…

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September 19, 2016
AVN
Values of A300-600R Enter Parting Out Territory
The dismal showing of A300-600R values continues as the type is increasingly superseded by newer types despite the lower price of fuel. In 1987 American Airlines launched the extended range version of the -600. The -600R differs from the -600 in having a 1,620 USG fuel tank in the horizontal…

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September 19, 2016
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