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July 25, 2005
From Aircraft Value News
The rentals of in production narrowbodies continue to improve, but the rate of increase is not as significant as it has been in the past. Interest rates have not seemingly increased over the last few months, so rate increases are being based solely on market demand. Lessors are therefore... Read More »
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July 25, 2005
From Aircraft Value News
Demand Increases as Supply of Alternatives Dries Up After years of facing depressed levels, lease rentals of the McDonnell Douglas MD82 and MD83 are at last showing some improvement as demand increases in the face of a shortage of alternative equipment. Lease rentals and values of the MD80 series... Read More »
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September 19, 2005
From Aircraft Value News
As demand continues to outstrip supply, the imbalance has allowed values of the Airbus A319 to register a measure of improvement. The operator and customer base of the A319 has proven to be sufficiently diverse to permit comparisons with the competing Boeing B737-700 on an equal basis. For an... Read More »
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October 31, 2005
From Aircraft Value News
The Boeing [BA] B777-200LRF has only received nine orders to date but service entry is still some years away. The lack of orders thus far should not be viewed as a negative, however. Were the aircraft available today, lessors would have little difficulty in placing it. The new freighter offers... Read More »
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October 31, 2005
From Aircraft Value News
Near Launch Order Status Likely to Attract Substantial Discounts The International Lease Finance Corporation's (ILFC) order for 20 Boeing [BA] B787s provides further evidence that the new aircraft will likely possess above-average residual value strength as a result of diverse market demand. ILFC... Read More »
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January 3, 2014
From Aviation Today
Southwest Airlines is upgrading its fleet of Boeing Next-Generation 737-800 aircraft with Split Scimitar Winglets from Aviation Partners Boeing (APB), the airline said Thursday, Jan. 2. Aviation Partners Boeing split scimitar winglet. Photo, courtesy of Aviation Partners Boeing. APB developed... Read More »
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January 2, 2014
From Aviation Today
Photo courtesy of Bombardier. Twenty-eight Global jets and 10 Challenger 605 aircraft will go to an unnamed Bombardier customer, the manufacturer said Tuesday, Dec. 31 in a statement. The order is the third in a series Bombardier announced this week and the price figure is an estimation based on... Read More »
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November 25, 2013
From Aviation Today
Boeing and Korean Air held a groundbreaking ceremony Monday, Nov. 25 for construction of a new aviation training facility located in the Incheon Free Economic Zone (IFEZ). The facility will feature 12 full-flight simulators to support Korean Air's flight training program, Boeing said. Scheduled... Read More »
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June 12, 2006
From Aircraft Value News
Despite the appetite for the -300ER and consequential hike in lease rentals, the limited demand for the shorter range -300 has resulted in such a decline in values that conversion to freighter status is now in prospect. The problems facing the B767-300 program are indicated by the current order... Read More »
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September 18, 2006
From Aircraft Value News
Now that the aircraft type's production has ended, the B717's values managed to slip further, although such declines were forecast. The ending of production saw the delivery of only 155 units, far short of the 400 deemed necessary for values to stand a chance of achieving even stability. The... Read More »
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October 30, 2006
From Aircraft Value News
Current and residual values of the B787-8 appear to be on the rise again after Airbus continue to dally with the launch date for the A350. While there is little doubt that Airbus will recover its reputation as a viable competitor to Boeing in the widebody segment of the market in the coming years... Read More »
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November 13, 2006
From Aircraft Value News
As of the mid-year the recovery in narrowbody rentals seemed complete. Yet pressure on rentals remains as operators clamor for additional capacity. There is now an expectation that rates for most narrowbodies still in production have yet to peak. The fall in the price of fuel may not be sufficient... Read More »
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July 27, 2009
From Aviation Today
A product liability lawsuit currently pending against Boeing alleges that potential toxic fumes are entering and circulating in the passenger cabin of commercial transports. Terry Williams, a former American Airlines flight attendant, says she has suffered chronic migraines, balance and vision... Read More »
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June 25, 2007
From Aircraft Value News
The market for newer widebodies remains sufficiently strong as to allow values a measure of further improvement. Virgin and British Airways have announced their intention to start business-only operations. While some aircraft may be switched from existing services, they may face a delay in... Read More »
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April 26, 2013
From Aviation Today
Polish national carrier LOT is resuming flights for its two grounded Boeing 787s in June, following FAA approval of Boeing's redesigned lithium-ion battery system. (LOT Polish Airlines 787. Photo, courtesy of Boeing.) The worldwide fleet of 787s has been grounded since Jan. 16, following... Read More »
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February 4, 2008
From Aircraft Value News
The capacity of the B747-300 would seem to offer a means of escape for those failing to secure short-term capacity, yet the inefficiency of the type means that there is little interest. The problems experienced by many international carriers since the late 1990s has left the -300 isolated and... Read More »
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March 3, 2008
From Aircraft Value News
Despite the appetite for the -300ER and consequential hike in lease rentals, the limited demand for the shorter range -300 has resulted in such a decline in values that conversion to freighter is now underway. The problems facing the B767-300 program are indicated by the order status. Only seven... Read More »
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January 4, 2010
From Aviation Today
NASA announced January 4 that a team of composite experts have designed, produced, and are now testing an all-composite space capsule for deployment in future spacecraft designs a first for the U.S. space agency. The composite capsule will undergo systems tests until March 2010 at NASA s... Read More »
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August 4, 2008
From Aircraft Value News
With the ending of production, the values of the B717 managed to slip further though such declines were forecast. The ending of production saw the delivery of only 155 units, far short of the 400 deemed necessary for values to stand a chance of achieving even stability. The Boeing B717-200... Read More »
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June 16, 2003
From Aircraft Value News
The approval of an order for 100 KV-767A tankers, based on the B767-200ER by the U.S. Department of Defense and due for delivery between 2006 and 2011, will do nothing to reverse the decline in values of the commercial variant or raise the prospect of further commercial orders. The 100 tankers, in... Read More »
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