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Annual Jet Aircraft Lease Rate Listing
Incremental Rise in Lease Rentals Persists The imbalance between supply and demand in favor of the latter has continued to allow lease rentals of newer equipment further improvement. For over two years lease rentals have enjoyed a substantive revival. Lease rentals of such popular aircraft were less than $200,000 during…

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March 19, 2007
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"Ripple Effect" Allows Values Some Stability
Most aircraft are able to claim at least one period of recovery and depending on market conditions, some can manage more. The B727-200 (non advanced) experienced notable improvement in the late 1980s and then again in the mid-1990s despite being more than 20 years of age. This period of recovery…

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March 5, 2007
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Semi-Annual Jet Aircraft Value Listing
Values Of Old & New Continue To Diverge While the values of more modern aircraft continue to improve, those of older types face terminal decline in the face of a sustained rise in fuel prices and escalating maintenance costs. The majority of aircraft in mainstream production, particularly the narrowbodies, are…

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January 8, 2007
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Demand For Capacity Fails To Inspire Values Of Older Types
There continues to be pressure on the market for additional capacity. In the main, such demand continues to focus on the newer types while older Stage 2, modified or otherwise, are not only ignored but also the target for replacement. This period of recovery does not follow the traditional trend.…

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December 11, 2006
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Chapter 2 Values Remain At Scrap Levels
The value attributed to most Chapter 2 aircraft lay in the eye of the operator. The majority of Chapter 2 or stage 2 aircraft are now fortunate to possess a value greater than $1 million. The number in storage only seems to rise rather than fall, even though more are…

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September 18, 2006
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Values of Newer Aircraft Types Continue to Rise
The Results of Our Semi-Annual Jet Aircraft Value Listing While both Airbus and Boeing secured substantial orders during 2005, the year 2006 has not been so kind to beleaguered Airbus. Lack of orders, problems facing four-engine widebodies, delays in the A380, uncertainty over the A350/A370, and the forced resignations of…

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July 10, 2006
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Chapter 2 Values Hit the Buffers
The values of the older Chapter 2 aircraft continue to decline with many having reached scrap levels in recent years. Noise, maintenance and fuel costs have all combined to ensure the displacement of the old in favor of the new. The preference for newer aircraft is also a function of…

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May 15, 2006
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Lease Rates of Newer Aircraft Types Continue to Rise
New, Comprehensive List of Annual Jet Aircraft Lease Rates Lease rentals of aircraft in production have continued to climb as a consequence of improved market conditions and a shortage of quality, fuel-efficient equipment. Lessees have recognized that they need to pay for quality equipment. Rentals for the some aircraft types…

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February 20, 2006
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