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Aircraft Asset Assessment: A340-300
Market Presence. The A340-300 has previously provided operators with considerable operating flexibility. The four-engine configuration, combined with long haul capability, opened up a number of routes unable to support either the larger B777-300ER or the ETOPs constrained twin engined B777-200ER. The –300 has CFM56-5 engines while the new A340-500 and…

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February 9, 2015
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B777-200ER Market Values Remain Under Pressure
Despite the limited level of availability and only a handful being scrapped market values of the -200ER remain under pressure such the next three years is expected to see a drop of more than 30 percent. The -200ER is no longer the desirable asset that it once was. Values are…

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November 17, 2014
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B787-8 Begins to Realize its Potential
Deliveries are hitting the planned 10.5 per month and operators are enjoying higher reliability levels. The grounding is no more than a distant memory and new routes are being opened up. Values of those now being delivered are therefore holding firm though those produced at the start of the program…

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May 19, 2014
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B757 Replacement Unlikely to Impact Residuals
The speculation surrounding the possible development of a replacement for the B757 has intensified but with Boeing focussing on the B737MAX, B777X and B787-10 there appears that there will be little possibility of anything emerging for at least another decade, if then. With the A321 and B737-900ER able to undertake…

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February 24, 2014
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B777-300 Values Fail to Inspire
The limited operator base, a consequence of limited performance due to the arrival of the -300ER, continues to plague values of the type and cause a constant decline. The -300 has been under pressure for a number of years, even before the onset of the recession. The limited range of…

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October 21, 2013
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B777-9X Residuals Likely To Perform Well After Cautious Start Values of All “First Batch” of New Aircraft Require Fuller Analysis
The order from Lufthansa for 34 of the yet to be formally launched B777-9X, along with 25 A350-900s, represents a significant step for the new type but also raises the question of how to deal with values of the initial batch of aircraft given recent events with other types. The…

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October 7, 2013
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Values of B777-200ER Continue to Fall Due to Zero Backlog
The values of the -200ER continue to fall despite remaining a popular aircraft for a variety of carriers though the age of the variant indicates that new offerings from Airbus and Boeing will see further displacement. The -200ER orderbook totals 442 for which none remain to be delivered. The values…

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August 26, 2013
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Boeing List Prices Rise by Modest Two Percent
The list prices of Boeing aircraft have risen by a modest 1.9 percent on average between 2012 and 2013 which is nearly half the rise registered for Airbus aircraft earlier in the year. Even though customers do not pay list prices they still represent something of a starting point. There…

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August 26, 2013
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