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Aircraft Archive: Boeing B727-200HADV
"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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Rentals Start To Face Weakness
In the latter part of 2004, lease rentals of narrowbodies no longer in production reached their peak. Since the end of 2004, the high price of fuel has played a significant role in forcing operators to consider more modern and efficient alternatives. The sustained high price of fuel has meant…

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June 13, 2005
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Improving Market Keeps Values on Even Keel
Semi-Annual Jet Aircraft Value Listing Highlights Resurgence The development of the B7E7, the launch of the A350, the likelihood of major updates to the B737NG and A320 families before 2010 are all factors that are drawing attention away from the modest improvement in current market values for most of the…

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January 24, 2005
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Rentals Improve Sporadically
The high price of fuel, the improvement in market conditions and increased airline profitability, and new aircraft discounting are all reducing the emphasis on lease rentals of some older aircraft, although interest rates may be pulling in the opposite direction. Lease rentals on Stage 2 aircraft and some first generation…

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January 10, 2005
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Rentals Close to Cyclic Peak
After a period of 12 to 18 months, the recovery of rentals of "aircraft no longer in production" appear to be nearing their cyclic peak. Notwithstanding a further hike in interest rates, which would provide for a further stimulus in rentals, rentals levels have already experienced a 20 to 30…

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September 20, 2004
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Rentals Face Fresh Challenges
Despite rentals of some narrowbodies exhibiting a recovery over the last year, there is still the prospect of further weakness should US Airways [UAIR] or Delta Air Lines [DAL] falter. The rentals of older widebodies have improved over the last year. The B737-300 experienced a decline in rates to less…

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June 14, 2004
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Semi-Annual Jet Aircraft Value Listing
Values Seek to Shrug Off Security Woes The latest round of high profile media attention on aviation-related security issues has the potential to adversely affect the tenuous recovery in lease rentals should such issues persist or manifest into terrorist action. Prior to the current spate of problems, the industry was…

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January 12, 2004
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No Respite for Tumbling Stage 2 Values
Values of Stage 2 aircraft, hushkitted or in their original state, continue to deteriorate with scrapping becoming an ever more likely option. For the first time in the history of jet aviation, the theoretical rate of retirement. as dictated by estimated economic lives. has become a reality. In previous recessions,…

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August 11, 2003
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