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Aircraft Archive: Embraer ERJ135ER
Economic Problems Compound Inefficiency
The smaller regional jets face a double whammy. Relative operating inefficiency, as a consequence of higher fuel pricing, is being exacerbated by increasingly weak economic conditions making even short haul travel less attractive. The values of the 50 seaters have suffered while those for larger examples have remained stable. Should…

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October 13, 2008
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Smaller Regional Jets Continue to Face Problems
The 50 seat regional jet is continuing to experience considerable difficulty in the face of even higher fuel prices. A number of carriers are divesting part of all of their fleet of regional jets and with a sustained rise in fuel prices, there remains the prospect of further rises in…

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July 21, 2008
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50-Seat Regional Jet Values Need Realism
There is no clear cut trend line in evidence for the 50 seaters. Production has all but ended demonstrating that the market has moved on and upwards while at the same time there remains sufficient interest in the type to keep availability at low levels. Despite the demand for the…

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February 18, 2008
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Values of Regional Jets On Even Keel
The market for used 50-seat regional jets has far from disappeared and has been sufficient to absorb most of the remaining excess emanating from disposals from carriers such as Independence. The older CRJ100s as well as the smaller regional jets such as the ERJ135 and 328JET (except in a corporate…

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September 17, 2007
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Regional Jet Values Remain Stable
Despite the emphasis on larger regional jets the majority of values of jets in the regional sector continue to hold steady. The troubles of the U.S. majors seem to be largely over though large scale replacement and high fuel prices will likely cause some problems as will the weakening U.S.…

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May 28, 2007
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50 Seat Jet Values Stabilize After Recent Falls
The values of 50 seat regional jets have staged a limited recovery after the falls experienced in the wake of disposals by Delta, Northwest, Independent and Continental. The reason for the slight recovery in the face of still high fuel prices lies with the placement of a number of surplus…

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June 12, 2006
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50-Seat Regional Jet Values Tumble
The values of the 50-seat regional jets have weakened in recent months as a consequence of the raft of disposals by Delta Air Lines [DALQ] (Comair), Northwest Airlines [NWACQ], Independence Air [FLYI] and Continental Airlines [CAL]. With some 1,600 50-seat regional jets in service, the disposal of nearly 100 CRJ200s…

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February 6, 2006
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50-Seat Regional Jet Values Wobble
As Delta Air Lines [DALQ] deliberates the fate of a number of 50-seat Bombardier [BBD] CRJ100/200s operated by subsidiary Comair, the uncertainty is creating additional liabilities for values. The high price of fuel, a seemingly constant topic of conversation for the airline industry today, has already damaged the value prospects…

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October 17, 2005
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