Latest aircraft value changes updates:
- B767-300ER: Values down (25-Sep-2009) 5% for All Vintages to between USD11.40 million and USD57.70 million (for year of build from 1986 to 2009);
- MD-11: Demand for the aircraft in any role is minimal, values are approaching ever closer to part-out equivalent for the passenger aircraft and with 20+ freighters stored this could be a permanent diminution for the type by the time freight markets recover, especially as the B777 could be moving in.
- DHC-6 Twin Otter 300: Values edged up further from Ascend's recent 20% hike following another review. B737-Classics, both passenger and freight aircraft are continuing to be affected by the market with younger aircraft particularly feeling the pressure. A330-300 and B767-300ER values have come down with growing signs of weakness in the long-haul sector. Additional value changes are on Ascend Online V1 Values;
- Bombardier Challenger 850: Values down (22-Sep-09) between 23% and 34% to between USD16.50 million and USD23.50 million (for year of build from 2005 to 2009);
- Cessna Citation Sovereign: Values down (17-Sep-09) between 2% and 3% to between USD9.75 million and USd15.75 million (for year of build from 2004 to 2009);
- Bombardier Challenger 850: Is and will remain a niche aircraft, it has little market presence and there are many green aircraft unsold. Currently 33% of the fleet is (publicly) offered for sale and market values have been reduced accordingly. Cessna Citation Sovereign 680 values have been lowered further in line with market observations and known transactions which confirm the continuing poor market.
- Source: Ascend Worldwide
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