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Residuals Should Already Be Taking Account of A350 Re-Engining
While Airbus has downplayed the timescales for the re-engining of the A350, the process was begun some time ago and as such residual values should have already anticipated the magnitude of the efficiency improvement and its timing. The airframe and engine manufacturers are always considering new products, but few actually…

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January 31, 2020
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“Residual Cascade” Sees Need for Fresh Risk Analysis
Values May See Fundamental Change in 10 Not 20 Years The market is potentially at a turning point when a series of events will initiate a “Residual Cascade” whereby residual values may irrevocably deviate from the current expected path. As the year ends, residual values need to be viewed in…

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December 9, 2019
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American Airlines EETC 2019-1 Sees Resilient “Base” Values
The American Airlines 2019-1 EETC, featuring 35 aircraft, sees reasonably strong base values and some measure of consistency among the three ISTAT certificated appraisers. The 35 aircraft comprise (a) six Airbus A321-231S aircraft delivered new to American between December 2015 and May 2016, (b) three Boeing 737-800 aircraft delivered new to American…

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December 9, 2019
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Rates for Some Turboprops On The Rise
The market for turboprops remains stable with some aircraft recovering from previous lows. In terms of environmental compliance then the turboprops would seem to be exposed to potentially negative attention. However, the turboprops are in some ways more efficient than jets, offering vital services where surface transportation is not an…

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December 9, 2019
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Environmental Issues Unlikely to Impact Sector
The use of an airliner type of aircraft for personal travel may seem at odds with the move towards greener methods of travel but there are so few such airliner types that this segment of the market is unlikely to be adversely impacted. Values courtesy of The Aircraft Value Analysis…

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December 9, 2019
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Used Dash8Q-400 Values Ease Down
The Dubai Air Show saw a number of new orders placed for the de Havilland – no longer the Dash8 – and this demonstrates the intent of the new owners. The backlog for the Dash8-400 remains limited. The backlog of some 50 units – since increased - compares with approximately…

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December 9, 2019
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Aircraft Asset Assessment
The Dash 8-400 Market Presence. As a turboprop the Dash8-400 was previously inevitably tarnished by the general perception that the age of the turboprop had been consigned to history. The view that the era of the turboprop was at an end was clearly overstated. The high speed, interior comfort and…

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December 9, 2019
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Minimal Inflation Fails to Obscure Real Cost of Escalation for Customers
The effect of inflation, in terms of the value of new aircraft, represents a key component in any calculation of the value of used aircraft with a low rate of inflation having a detrimental impact but at the same time customers are still subject to escalation. The lessors of aircraft…

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December 9, 2019
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