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Market Values Ease Down
The values of in production narrowbodies continue to fall but in general by less than the average annual fall of 8-10 percent. The A320ceo and B737-800 remain favored even as production transitions to the new aircraft. One of the principal issues for used values is the stagnation in new prices.…

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February 18, 2019
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Residual Value Risk Increasing As Rentals Remain Weak
Competition & Lessee Difficulties Raises Prospect of Future Impairment The competition among lessors continues to be intense with lease rentals for both narrowbodies and widebodies lower than lessors would wish or desire. For the lessors to achieve security and to be able to finance expansion and replacement aircraft, the majority…

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February 18, 2019
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Value Convergence Impacts A330-200 Values
The market for the A330-200 continues to weaken as the backlog falls and the focus shifts to larger equipment. The value of a new A330-200 has been in decline since 2013. In 2013 the value of a new A330-200 approximated $91 million but today, the value according to www.aircraftvaluespro.com is…

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February 18, 2019
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Pricing of New B747-400s Peaked in 1997 Before Falling
The B747-400 was once the workhorse of flag carriers around the world and for a while in the 1990s the price of a new example seemed set to continue. When the B747-400 entered service in 1989 it represented the most expensive commercial aircraft and for a time the impact of…

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February 18, 2019
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Start of B737-700 Conversions Will Aid Passenger Residual Values
With the announcement by Pemco Conversions that it will commence Passenger to Full Freighter conversions, this will provide some reassurance for residual values of the B737-700 in the coming years. The conversion of aircraft to freighters can sometimes be benefit values of aircraft that have reached the end of their…

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February 18, 2019
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Age & Product Transition Take Their Toll on Rentals
The market for regional jets is not as buoyant as it once was because of the transition in the product line and due to lease expirations. The older Embraer products, notably the E170 and E190/E195, are exposed as a flurry of examples are being released by existing operators. This process…

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February 18, 2019
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CRJ700 Values Decline Further
With virtually no backlog and an aging fleet the type, there is lesser enthusiasm for the type and values are facing a myriad of negative factors. Virtually as soon as the first CRJ100ER entered service with Lufthansa - if not before - some existing and potential customers sought a larger…

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February 18, 2019
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Aircraft Asset Assessment
CRJ700 Market Presence. There are approximately 330 CRJ700s in service with 30 operators. The majority, 276 or 84 percent, are located in the U.S. Asia and Pacific have only 27 units or eight percent of the market. The majority – or nearly a 100 aircraft - are located with Skywest…

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February 18, 2019
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Values of A318 Fall by 85 percent in 15 Years
The values of the A318 have exhibited a steep decline since service entry and have never really managed to stage a recovery. When the A318 entered service in 2003 it was already suffering from a difficult market. Post 2001 saw values of every aircraft fall by a greater or lesser…

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February 18, 2019
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