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Rentals Competitive for Regional Jets
The service entry of the Embraer E2 is edging closer with the April 24th 2018 being slated as the date for the first delivery, thus marking a shift in the product line up which inevitably impacts the rentals of existing models. The development of the Embraer E2 has progressed virtually…

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February 5, 2018
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Asking Prices for Boeing Aircraft Still Higher Than Values
The asking prices for older Boeing aircraft in particular are still usually higher than market values suggesting that the actual net selling price will be lower than that advertised. A 1996 B737-500 is on the market with an asking price of $2.3 million which compares with $1.8 million (Aircraft Values…

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February 5, 2018
AVN
Competition for Newer A320ceos Sees High Prices But Low Lease Rates?
The continued growth of the market, in terms of traffic and desire to participate in aviation financing, is fueling a rise in willingness to pay above value prices for aircraft while at the same time, accepting sometimes lower than market rentals. Compared with a decade ago when there were perhaps…

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February 5, 2018
AVN
12 Month Period Sees B737-800 Values Fall Faster Than A320
But Boeing Product Still Warrants Premium The market for narrowbodies remains strong with both Airbus and Boeing delivering 558 and 529 narrowbodies respectively during 2017 but the shift towards to the A320neo and B737MAX are inevitably taking their toll on values of the outgoing A320ceo and the B737NG. Despite the…

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January 22, 2018
AVN
Rentals Remain Constrained by Competition
The demand for new aircraft continues to know no bounds as both Airbus and Boeing have extended their backlogs through the placement of sufficient orders to outweigh deliveries for 2017. Yet, despite the orders, the values of most narrowbodies continue to trend downwards. The relationship between new net prices and…

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January 22, 2018
AVN
Asking Prices Reflect Strength of the Market
The market remains strong – though not strong enough to prevent the demise of Air Berlin and Monarch Airlines – and the asking prices for aircraft continue to reflect that demand even if the final sale price is likely to be much lower. A 1997 A340-300 with 46,000 hours, is…

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October 16, 2017
AVN
Competition Prevents Rise in Rentals
The demand for aircraft – particularly the newer examples – remains strong and this allowing values to generally fall at a rate below the general trend. The demise of a few carriers such as Monarch and Air Berlin has resulted in a few aircraft expectantly entering the market. Some of…

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October 16, 2017
AVN
Lease Rentals Remain Stable
Even as the market enters into the off peak season when some operators seek to offload surplus capacity during the Northern Hemisphere winter months, the market for lease rentals has remained stable. There has been a notable casualty – airBerlin. The airBerlin Group comprises over 150 aircraft and is therefore…

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September 4, 2017
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