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Aircraft Archive: de Havilland DHC6-300
Lease Rentals See Modest Improvement
The lease rentals of turboprops suffered to a lesser extent during the Covid Event than many jet aircraft but they still fell by some 15-30 percent and have to recover. The lease rentals of turboprops should have been able to see an early rise because of the perception that they…

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June 6, 2022
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Lease Rentals Edge Up
The lease rentals of the turboprops have not escaped the ravages of the Covid Event, as is evident with the problems of NAC, but with traffic recovering in many regions then the demand for aircraft is improving once more. One of the problems facing the lessors of turboprops is that…

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March 28, 2022
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Product Line Set to See Major Change
After so many years the turboprop market may see disruption, much to the chagrin of ATR as Embraer moves forward with its new “TP”. Embraer first mooted an all new Turboprop (TP) in 2017 but the aborted Joint Venture with Boeing and the Covid Event inevitably caused some disruption to…

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October 25, 2021
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Turboprop Values Start Recovery Phase
The values of even the newest turboprops – not that there are that many that are in production – fell significantly because of the Covid Event but as the market has shown at least some signs of recovery so too have the values of the youngest aircraft begun to rise,…

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August 30, 2021
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Turboprop Rentals See Modest Rise
The market for turboprops is seeing some improvement as more operators seek to acquire capacity as a result of an improving environment. As some of the incumbent carriers have contracted operations or collapsed, there has been a surge of interest from new market entrants or smaller operators seeking to expand…

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August 16, 2021
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DHC6-400 Values Seek to Emulate DHC6-300
The DHC6-400 has been in production for just over ten years and thus the trend for values has been established. The DHC6-400 seeks to match the success of its predecessor, the DHC6-300. The De Havilland Canada DHC6-300 saw 614 eventually built before production ceased in the late 1980s as 844…

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July 19, 2021
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Rentals Buffeted by Turbulent Recovery
There continues to be a misperception that the turboprop market has remained immune to the wider problems caused by the Covid Event because domestic markets may have avoided total shutdown. Yet, this is not necessarily the case. Some domestic markets have been severely affected because of a government ban on…

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May 10, 2021
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Turboprop Rentals Start to Climb - Slowly
Much is made of the resilience of the turboprop market but this may be more perceived than actual as aircraft remain in storage in numbers. With traffic still being evident in domestic and regional markets, it is sometimes assumed that the regional market in terns of turboprops, has somehow managed…

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March 1, 2021
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