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July 28, 2014
From Aircraft Value News
The launch of the A330neo at the Farnborough Air Show reflects the new dilemma of the manufacturers in seeking to meet the needs of operators. The A350 and B787, while offering efficiency and considerable range, are relatively expensive and offer too much performance for some routes. There exist a... Read More »
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July 28, 2014
From Aircraft Value News
Farnborough Air Show in the UK did not disappoint; despite talk in a few distant corners of a bubble , orders from a variety of sources continued to pour in adding to the already straining backlog and suggesting that values at least for newer aircraft - should remain on their current course... Read More »
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July 14, 2014
From Aircraft Value News
The impetus for larger aircraft has resumed such that values are remaining stable with lease placements being easier than in the past. After a sluggish start and an extended gestation period for a basic stretch, orders for the A321 continued to mount in the late 1990s, perhaps at the expense of... Read More »
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May 10, 2010
From Aviation Today
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has issued nearly three-dozen safety recommendations related to the US Airways ditching into the Hudson River, the result of a low-altitude mid-air collision with a flock of Canada geese on Jan. 15, 2009 They include making turbofan powerplants more... Read More »
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August 12, 2013
From Aircraft Value News
The considerable delay to the service entry of the B787, combined with the issue of penalty payments, has created a problem for future sales pricing of the aircraft. When launched, the development cost of the B787 was expected to be some $6 billion seeking a reduction from the original forecast of... Read More »
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March 25, 2013
From Aircraft Value News
The need to generate revenues due in part to the cost implications of developing and the grounding of the B787 continues to see an increase in B737NG production rates just after Airbus announced that its A320ceo production would not increase beyond the current 42 per month. Even before the... Read More »
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March 25, 2013
From Aircraft Value News
New Aircraft Now Pushing $220 million There are few types which are seeing an element of stability or even improvement in terms of values but the A380 is one of them and with 100 now delivered, the aircraft has become firmly entrenched as part of the mainstream. With 100 deliveries, there have now... Read More »
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February 11, 2013
From Aircraft Value News
The development of the A350 may be progressing but with the expectation that the existing A330 could remain in production for perhaps another ten years, and possibly longer, it is little wonder that there should be some calls for an enhancement to the existing product that go beyond incremental... Read More »
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February 13, 2012
From Aircraft Value News
The impetus for larger aircraft may have passed for the moment but the demand for the A321 is such that values are remaining stable though placing the aircraft via a lease is less easy than for the A320. After a sluggish start and an extended gestation period for a basic stretch, orders for the... Read More »
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November 13, 2013
From Avionics Today
U.K.-based discount carrier EasyJet is looking to equip some of its aircraft with a volcanic ash detection system by the end of next year, the carrier said Wednesday. [During testing, an A340-300 fitted with the AVOID sensor flew towards the artificial ash cloud and successfully identified it... Read More »
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November 21, 2011
From Aircraft Value News
The larger regional jet market has become the new hunting ground for lessors seeking to increase margins but discussion surrounding the re-engining of the existing Embraer E-Jet product range is unlikely to have any effect on short to medium term residual values. Embraer has been considering... Read More »
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November 21, 2011
From Aircraft Value News
High Fuel Prices & Greater Engine Reliability Force Pace of Change The values of the A340 have been experiencing a sustained fall for some time and the absence of any notable order intake in recent years has inevitably caused Airbus to wind up the ailing program. The decision to no longer offer... Read More »
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March 7, 2014
From Avionics Today
New Zealand Air Force Selects Beechcraft T-6C Trainers Beechcraft T-6 Trainer. Courtesy of Beechcraft. The Royal New Zealand Air Force has issued a new contract to Beechcraft to provide its T-6C Texan II turboprop aircraft to... Read More »
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April 17, 2014
From Avionics Today
[Avionics Today April 17, 2014] 2014 marks the 65th year since the Airlines Electronic Engineering Committee meetings first began to convene jointly with the Avionics Maintenance Conference. Since those first meetings, aircraft avionics systems technology has exploded and AEEC/AMC has grown... Read More »
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April 23, 2014
From Avionics Today
UK Launches Low Altitude Datalink Flight Trials U.K. s National Air Traffic Services (NATS) is currently using live flight trials between Bristol and Edinburgh to research the use of data communications between Air Traffic Controllers (ATCs) and pilots at lower altitudes. According to NATS... Read More »
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April 23, 2014
From Avionics Today
Avianca Upgrades A320s With ROPS Flight display featuring the Airbus ROPS technology. Photo: Airbus Colombian airline Avianca is upgrading its fleet of A320s with the Airbus Runway Overrun Prevention System (ROPS), an onboard cockpit... Read More »
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October 4, 2010
From Aviation Today
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) recently issued a new safety recommendation to the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) regarding the November 2001 fatal crash of an Airbus A-300 near New York's Kennedy International. Bound for the Dominican Republic, the crash of American... Read More »
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August 2, 2010
From Aircraft Value News
The values of the A310-300 have experienced a considerable fall in recent years but a measure of stability may be evident. The consistently low level of availability was being achieved partly because of the appetite for conversion but the recession has dampened enthusiasm for such modifications... Read More »
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July 19, 2010
From Aircraft Value News
With Boeing now unlikely to make a decision on whether to re-engine or replace the hugely successful B737-700 and B737-800 until next year due to conflicting customer requirements, residual values of the existing B737NG may be able to enjoy a measure of temporary relief. Analysis by JP Morgan... Read More »
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February 6, 2006
From Aviation Today
After two years of research, planning and marketing, Bombardier [BBD] last week decided to put its proposed narrow-body mainliner, the CSeries, on hold. Instead, the Canadian airframe manufacturer will plow money set aside for the CSeries into improving its current regional jet offerings and its... Read More »
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