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Regional Jet Values Fail to Advance
The values of most regional jets are now seeing a period of stability though the 70 seaters are perhaps facing new pressures. Values are in Millions of US Dollars and are based on The Aircraft Value Reference published by The Aircraft Value Analysis Company www.aircraftvalues.net www.aircraftvalues.com. An Aircraft Rating has…

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December 15, 2014
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Return Condition Adjustments Continue to Contribute to Lessors Bottom Line
Values of aircraft are increasingly being enhanced by the use of full life maintenance status, making the potential profit for owners that more attractive. Traditionally, aircraft have been valued on a half-life basis except that those examples less than four years of age were valued at better than half life.…

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December 15, 2014
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A320neo Residuals Set to Change as PIP for PW1100G Arrives in 2019
Revealed earlier this year, the significant Performance Improvement Package (PIP) on the Pratt & Whitney on the PW1100G powering the A320neo family may be arriving by the end of the decade such that a decision has to be made on whether to discount the non-PIP engines or add a premium…

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December 15, 2014
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Distressed Value Discounting Increasing for Older Types
While a sustained reduction in the price of fuel may eventually lead to improved market fortunes for the older aircraft, for the time being there remains a need to greatly incentivize pricing should there be a need to dispose of the aircraft within a short period of time. The level…

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December 15, 2014
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Aircraft Asset Assessment: CRJ200
Market Presence. While the oldest CRJs are some 20 years of age, Bombardier made great strides in adapting the basic corporate jet design to the needs of the tougher commercial market such that its heritage should not be any more of a significant issue than for other regional jets. The…

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December 15, 2014
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CRJ200ER Face Challenges But Values Stable
After seeing values fall for some years the type has achieved a measure of stability albeit with those in better condition in demand with some buyers willing to spend considerable cash on refurbishment. Used CRJ200ERs continue to emanate from the U.S. operators in sufficient quantity as to outstrip demand from…

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December 15, 2014
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Lease Rentals Remain Steady
With the older widebodies the second, third and fourth lease rental periods need to represent the majority of the profit and revenue with little reliance on the residual value but for the newer widebodies then there can be greater flexibility in lease rentals. With the fall in the price of…

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December 15, 2014
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Values of Newer Engines Healthiest
Market forces can contain market pricing. The rise in engine spares for example makes it more attractive to cannibalize relatively young aircraft. Such high values for engines can be a temporary phenomenon as was so aptly demonstrated in the late 1990s when values of JT8Ds more than doubled due to…

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December 15, 2014
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