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Aircraft Archive: Lockheed L1011-500
Values of Older Widebodies Continue To Face Harsh Environment
The increase in international traffic is allowing major operators to further improve the utilization of existing equipment and contemplate the acquisition of new aircraft. In contrast to previous recovery periods, operators prefer to dispose of older equipment, and values are inevitably being adversely impacted as a result. One of the…

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November 1, 2004
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International Traffic Fails to Halt Slide in Older Widebody Values
International carriers are virtually scrambling to find capacity to meet the surge in traffic but little respite is being afforded the widebodies no longer in production. The need for capacity is serving to accelerate the displacement of older equipment. High operating costs and lack of interior flexibility are making out…

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August 23, 2004
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Recovery Fails to Aid Aging Widebody Values
The scrapping of older widebodies has become one of the few options left for owners. The parking lots remain full of aging aircraft, few of which are likely to return to the skies. For most, freighter conversion is no longer an option, as operators seek to convert aircraft such as…

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May 17, 2004
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Semi-Annual Jet Aircraft Value Listing
Values Seek to Shrug Off Security Woes The latest round of high profile media attention on aviation-related security issues has the potential to adversely affect the tenuous recovery in lease rentals should such issues persist or manifest into terrorist action. Prior to the current spate of problems, the industry was…

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January 12, 2004
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Scrap Levels Continue To Dominate
Scrap values are increasingly being viewed as the norm for older widebodies as demand continues to weaken. The larger widebodies out of production - the B747-200, DC10, L1011 - have been a key component of the parking lot for nearly a decade. Values have consistently declined such that values virtually…

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August 25, 2003
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Semi-Annual Jet Aircraft Value Listing
Dash for Summer Vacations Offers Respite for Beleaguered Values The foundation for an improvement in trading activity and values is in place because many of the major negative factors have now dissipated. While there continue to be problems for many airlines, not least Swiss, news more frequently centers on improving…

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July 28, 2003
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No Halt to Slide In Older Widebody Values
The parking lots are filling up with older widebodies and it appears increasingly likely that a proportion will never fly again. As operators focus on extracting greater efficiency from more expensive equipment and seek to streamline fleet structures, the appetite for acquisition and even retention continues to wane. The SARS…

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May 19, 2003
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Older Widebody Values Continue to Slide
The residual values of the older widebodies do not face an uncertain future - their continued demise is a certainty. As young B747-400s may be snapped up for less than $50 million, and in view of the ready supply of both new and used modern widebodies, it seems unlikely that…

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March 10, 2003
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