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Aircraft Archive: de Havilland DHC8-100Q
Turboprop Rentals Manage To Rise
The lease rentals of turboprops continued to reflect the overall demand in the market and have therefore exhibited a modest rise. Though fuel prices have eased slightly, the seeming new-found economics of the turboprop continue to be held in high regard. The fuel efficiency of the turboprop over shorter sectors…

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January 22, 2007
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Rentals Continue to Benefit From Fuel Pricing
The demand for both new and used turboprops continues to increase as operators appreciate that the high price of fuel is likely to remain a feature of the industry for at least the short term, and possibly the medium term. The need for higher capacity turboprops in established and new…

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May 29, 2006
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Turboprop Rentals Maintain Stability
The high price of fuel continues to benefit turboprop lease rentals. The renewed enthusiasm for the turboprop is largely based on their fuel economy; in a period of high fuel prices and relatively depressed yields, it cannot be matched. The market for used turboprops has therefore much improved, prompting something…

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February 6, 2006
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Turboprop Rentals Experience Modest Rise
As the price of oil continues to remain at or near record levels, the renewed appetite for turboprops persists, translating into higher rentals. The operators who sought to retain turboprop equipment when others focused on the new generation of regional jets are savoring the fuel efficiency of the turboprop. While…

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October 3, 2005
AVN
Turboprop Rentals Remain Steady
After experiencing a period of improvement, the values of turboprops are now holding steady. The high price of fuel has provided turboprop manufacturers with new marketing opportunities. Operators may be reluctant to order new equipment but they have far fewer qualms with respect to leasing. Although the U.S. market may…

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May 16, 2005
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Rampant Fuel Prices Boost Rentals
The sustained increase in the price of fuel is stimulating demand for both new and used turboprops, which is allowing rentals of some types to achieve a measure of improvement. Turboprops have always been more fuel efficient than comparable regional jets. Regional jets have the ability to perform more sectors…

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February 21, 2005
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Turboprop Rentals Fail to Rise
While the lease rentals of most narrowbody jets continue to increase, the lease rentals of turboprops are virtually stagnant. The high price of fuel may be helping to turn the attention of some operators back to turboprops, but this interest is not translating into firm commitment. The rise in interest…

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October 4, 2004
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Turboprop Rentals Remain Steady
In the context of high fuel prices, the economy of turboprops is providing renewed enthusiasm for these aircraft, but it has yet to translate into higher rentals. From the late 1990s through today, the scramble for jets appeared to leave turboprops languishing. The virtual disappearance of manufacturers and the reduction…

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May 31, 2004
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