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15-Mar-2013 11:14 AM

Hawaiian releases lifespan and residual values for fleet

Hawaiian Airlines released (14-Mar-2013) the following lifespan and residual values for its fleet of 18 Boeing 717s, 16 767-300/767-300ERs and 10 A330-200s:

  • 717-200: Aircraft and engines are estimated to have seven-11 years of useful life valued at 7-34% residual value;
  • 767-300/767-300ER: Aircraft and engines are estimated to have seven-20 years of useful valued at 0-10% residual value; 
  • A330-200: Aircraft and engines are estimated to have 25 years of useful life valued at 0-10% residual value;
  • Aircraft under capital leases: eight-12 years of useful life, no residual value. [more - original PR]

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