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Aircraft Archive: de Havilland DHC8-400
Regional Aircraft Values Face No Better Than Mainline Jets
Collapse of Boeing-Embraer Deal Exacerbates Difficulties for Segment The regional jets, particularly in the U.S., are seen by some as a possible source of optimism in terms of meeting the demand or traffic when passengers start flying again but values have fallen by more than 30 percent and will face…

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May 11, 2020
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Values of Most Turboprops Experience Modest Fall
There may be some tentative plans for a new turboprop but the on-going COVID-19 issue will likely cause a hiatus to such developments allowing a further period of stability for values of turboprops. The major change since the values below were calculated lay with the collapse of FlyBe, a major…

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March 16, 2020
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Turboprop Residuals Face Reassessment as Embraer Considers New Model
The potential development of a new turboprop may make it necessary for residual values of existing large turboprops to be reevaluated, specifically the ATR72-600, although a conventional design dependent on fossil fuels may not have the necessary attributes to maintain production into the long term. The residual values of the…

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February 3, 2020
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Turboprop Rentals Stabilize
The lease rentals of turboprops have enjoyed a period of stability over the last quarter after having experienced some downward pressures due to the wider economic crisis. The placement of new orders for turboprops remains encouraging but this does not signify that there is a shortage of used aircraft. In…

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December 7, 2009
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Turboprop Rentals Falter
The turboprop sector may not be experiencing the severe problems as the jet sector but lower costs are also not providing a defense against the ravages of the global recession. Manufacturers have to work harder to secure new orders. The ageing nature of the fleet also makes for difficult times.…

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August 31, 2009
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Turboprop Rentals Experience Modest Fall
While the turboprop sector previously managed to avoid the shortfalls in demand experienced by the jet sector, there can be no escaping the effects of the economic malaise affecting the demand for air travel. The manufacturers now have to work harder to find new customers while placing used equipment requires…

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May 25, 2009
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Turboprop Rentals Start to Ease
With the fall in the price of fuel comes a stark reminder of how fickle the market can be. The demand for turboprops has eased as the cost of operating regional jets has fallen. Operators are no longer knocking on the doors of the turboprop manufacturers as they once were.…

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February 16, 2009
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Turboprop Rentals Dodge Market Uncertainty
The pressure on jet lease rentals is intensifying but for turboprops the market remains virtually unchanged. While the number of new order placements during the course of the first six months is disappointing (see above) the backlog remains sufficiently healthy as to prevent any material deterioration in new or used…

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September 29, 2008
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