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Aircraft Archive: Saab 2000
Fall in Deliveries May Help Used Pricing
The near five percent fall in the number of deliveries for the first half of the year could actually be beneficial for used pricing if sustained. The business jet manufacturers are the business of producing new aircraft and new aircraft types stimulate demand. At the same time, the arrival of…

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August 22, 2016
AVN
“Automated” Valuations Come to the Fore But Relevance May Suffer
The appraisal community continues to meet the demands of clients with readily accessible web based values but there is concern that ease of use is being pursued at the expense of accuracy, particularly if the focus of the company is on published product rather than the appraisal of individual aircraft.…

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July 11, 2016
AVN
AVAC Aircraft Ratings See Fall in Narrowbody Scores
The Aircraft Ratings of in production narrowbodies have suffered in the latest update published by The Aircraft Value Analysis Company Ltd (AVAC www.aircraftvalues.net). The next seven years will be characterized by a sweeping change in the product line. Very few of those aircraft currently in production and being delivered today,…

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July 11, 2016
AVN
Residuals of A350-1000 Continue to Face Uncertainty as -2000 is Debated
The residual values of the A350-1000 may have been calculated but there remains some indecision as to whether these may need to be calculated in view of the momentum for a -2000. The -2000 involves a stretch to the -1000 and would enable a seating capacity of some 400 seats…

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June 13, 2016
AVN
Lease Rentals Continue to Focus on Newer Types
For the last five years, lessors have preferred to focus on the new turboprops which offer lesser risk and the prospect of greater returns. The older turboprops tend to be acquired via more traditional financing methods than the operating lease. Seeking to write down the capital cost is therefore more…

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June 13, 2016
AVN
Values of the B737-900 Continue to Fall
With four of the 52 -900s that were eventually delivered in storage the market for the type is extremely adverse and values and there can be no escaping that the type was a failure in concept. The B737-900 was launched in November 1997, some four years after the -700 was…

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May 30, 2016
AVN
Older Turboprops Not So Easy to Place
  With a great many older turboprops still flying it would be expected that the vanilla lease would be relatively common. However, for the last five years, lessors have instead preferred to focus on the new turboprops which offer lesser risk and the prospect of greater returns. The older turboprops…

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April 18, 2016
AVN
Heavy Business Jet Values Exhibit Some Stability
The business jet market has suffered ever since the peak of deliveries in 2008 and even though the heavy jets seemingly enjoyed a temporary recovery there can be no disguising how the metrics of the market segment have undergone an irrevocable change. In the period 2006-2008 prices of business jets…

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April 18, 2016
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