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Aircraft Archive: Beech BAC1-11-400
Chapter 2 Values Remain At Scrap Levels
The value attributed to most Chapter 2 aircraft lay in the eye of the operator. The majority of Chapter 2 or stage 2 aircraft are now fortunate to possess a value greater than $1 million. The number in storage only seems to rise rather than fall, even though more are…

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September 18, 2006
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Rentals of Older Narrowbodies Stabilize
The lease rates of narrowbodies no longer in production have stabilized due to the continued focus on newer aircraft types. The market for aircraft in general has nearly reached its peak and with the increased focus on newer aircraft, older types are losing some of their attraction. In common with…

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August 21, 2006
AVN
Chapter 2 Values Hit the Buffers
The values of the older Chapter 2 aircraft continue to decline with many having reached scrap levels in recent years. Noise, maintenance and fuel costs have all combined to ensure the displacement of the old in favor of the new. The preference for newer aircraft is also a function of…

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May 15, 2006
AVN
Rise in Older Narrowbody Rentals Slows
The rise in the rentals of older aircraft has slowed so that the preceding three months has seen only a modest increase. Some examples of narrowbodies no longer in production remain in considerable demand, which allows for rates to register a slight improvement. But the extensive backlog for newer products…

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May 1, 2006
AVN
Chapter 2 Values Languish
While values of newer Chapter 2 aircraft continue to experience an increase, older units face further weakness in the face of high fuel prices. The values of Chapter 2 aircraft are continuing to decline due to a number of factors. The previous economic downturn in the industry caused many operators…

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January 23, 2006
AVN
Rentals Reach Their Zenith
The revival in the fortunes of out of production narrowbody lease rentals appears to be running out of steam despite the absence of more modern equipment. Rentals of out of production narrowbodies have enjoyed substantial gains over the last 18 months, sufficient to recoup much of the decline experienced in…

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December 12, 2005
AVN
Chapter 2 Values Fail to Gain from Shortage
The values of Chapter 2 aircraft continue to decline despite the overall shortage of newer equipment. The high price of fuel has served to accelerate the replacement of older units, at least where operators have been able to secure alternative equipment. For most Chapter 2 aircraft, values are at scrap…

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September 19, 2005
AVN
"Ripple Effect" Keeps Rentals Stable
While rentals of narrowbodies out of production have managed to achieve a measure of stability, overall rates remain low. The ripple effect occurs when the primary mainstream types are in such short supply as to force operators to seek less desirable alternatives on a temporary basis. This increase in demand…

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August 22, 2005
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