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Aircraft Archive: British Aerospace J41
Rates for Older Turboprops Decline
While the lease rentals of the more modern turboprops remain stable those of the older types have experienced a modest fall due to the combination of age and increasing maintenance. Because of the shorter sector lengths of turboprops, the fuel component of direct operating costs is of a lesser magnitude…

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November 21, 2011
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Turboprop Rentals Remain Stable
The introduction of updated turboprops, in the form of the ATR72-600 and Dash8Q-400NG, has failed to have any impact on rentals. The jet sector may be showing signs of blowing hot and cold due to economic and stock market uncertainty but the turboprop sector is showing greater resilience. However, the…

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September 12, 2011
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Turboprop Residuals Face Threat of New Types
The market for turboprops is currently stable due in no small part to only incremental improvement in the design of the existing models. However, in the medium term this will change with the inevitable development of new aircraft. The narrowbody jet market is in a state of flux as a…

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August 29, 2011
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Timeline of B787-10 Sufficiently Obscure As to Favor B787-9 Residuals
The continued dithering by Boeing over if, when and what form the B787-10 will allow residual values of the already launched B787-9 to be that much stronger in the period through to 2020, and possibly beyond. By having to focus on current difficulties, Boeing is taking a more measure approach…

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June 6, 2011
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Turboprop Values Continue to be Stable
Orders for turboprops have improved recently, and with the hike in the price of fuel, operators will again consider the aircraft as protection against such cost increases. ATR recorded a total of 80 orders in 2010, comprising 75 ATR72s and five ATR42s. This compares with only 40 orders in 2009.…

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March 14, 2011
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Turboprop Rentals Stable After Recent Rise
The lease rentals of a number of turboprops recently edged upwards but are now stable once more as the operators seek to contain operating costs. Demand outstrips supply albeit with the preference being for new aircraft. However, it is notable that used examples of some types continue to experience a…

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December 6, 2010
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Turboprop Values Feature Stability
Turboprop values have achieved a measure of stability after the recession caused a temporary shortfall in orders. The problems associated with a fall in orders during the Great Recession have receded with the manufacturers gearing up production once more. The arrival of new derivatives, in the form of the Dash8Q-400NG…

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October 11, 2010
AVN
Upwards
Lease rentals of turboprops have enjoyed stability which can only be envied by the jet sector. Demand is once again beginning to outstrip supply albeit with the preference being for new aircraft. Even with the introduction of the ATR72-600 and Dash8-400NG, lease rentals of the existing ATR72--500 and Dash8-400 are…

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September 13, 2010
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