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Discipline Leads to Greater Stability in Narrowbody Lease Rentals
Recent Decline In Rentals Abates as Competition Eases The decline in narrowbody rentals has been mostly halted as the market has become disciplined and because of the problems with the MAX. The lease rentals of the mainstream narrowbodies – the A320 and B737 families – have experienced a notable fall…

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January 20, 2020
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Values of Older Widebodies Remain Under Pressure
The values of used widebodies continue to remain under pressure with the outgoing models particularly impacted by the arrival of new products and indeed, the competition for passengers. IATA reports that for November 2019, International Traffic grew by only 3.1 percent compared to November 2018. For the first eleven months…

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January 20, 2020
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Baseline Lease Rental Terms Remain Unchanged
The LRM (Lease Rental Matrix), which determines the average lease length and the adjustment to quoted lease rentals to reflect longer or shorter terms, has seen stability terms as demand eases back in terms of passenger growth. Lease terms can vary considerably and are to a large extent dependent on…

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January 20, 2020
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Values of A380 Experience Dramatic Fall - & Will Continue to Do So
The announcement that production of the A380 would cease in 2021 was made nearly a year ago and inevitably had a significant effect on values. Even before announcement, the values of the A380 had been experiencing an accelerated decline in recent years such that the annual decline has been greater…

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January 20, 2020
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Narrowbody Lease Rentals Hold Firm
While passenger traffic may no longer be reaching the giddy heights of a few years ago, it is sufficiently strong to see widespread sustained interest from many operator, and coupled with the issues emanating from the MAX, lease rates are remaining stable. The lease rates for the A321ceo and neo…

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January 20, 2020
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Regional Jet Values Remain Weaker
The transition to new types continues and this is inevitably impacting older models to a greater or lesser extent. There have been a number of notable occasions when older regional jets have been placed onto the market only to find that offer prices have been below market value. Potential buyers,…

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January 20, 2020
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A320ceo Values Remain Stable Due to MAX
The problems facing the MAX have inevitably caused the market to look at the A320 with some operators actually opting to move from Boeing to Airbus but with only 21 remaining to be delivered there is little option but to seek capacity from the used market and thus values are…

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January 20, 2020
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Aircraft Asset Assessment
The A320 Market Presence. With more than 230 operators the A320 enjoys an established base which is stronger than the B737-800. The large number of orders placed by the lessors underlines confidence in the type even with the development of the A320neo. The engines of the A320ceo are in particular…

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January 20, 2020
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Value Trend for New B777-200ERs Reflected End of Life Deterioration
The value of a new B777-200ER experienced fluctuation before declining in the last years of production, a trend that has already been repeated for the -300ER and A380 and which awaits the fate of other types currently in production. The value a new B777-200ER in 1996 – designated the “B”…

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January 20, 2020
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