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Entries in used aircraft (45)

Pre-Owned Business Aircraft Market Graphs from the Winter 2016/2017 Marketline

All of the listed aircraft have a composite score that is presented in the Used Aircraft Market graph. Data points are represented in relationship to the respective new delivered historical price that is equal to 100%. The measure of change is reported in the actual percentage of value in relation to new. The delta between reporting periods can be concluded as the percentage of change ...

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Roundtable to Explore Factors Affecting Aircraft Residual Values

Aircraft Bluebook, the premier resource for business and general aviation aircraft values, is convening the inaugural Aircraft Bluebook Market Values Roundtable in Los Angeles on Oct. 5, 2016.

Aircraft Bluebook editors and other industry experts will weigh the elements that factor into aircraft market values, especially the pressure points that affect residual values of business jets.

Registration is open to aircraft OEMs, suppliers, financial institutions, attorneys, consultants, operators and others who are involved in the pre-owned aircraft community. Participants may expect to leave the meeting with unique insight to incorporate into their own forecasts of future values of aircraft, Frank Craven, Aviation Week Network managing director, business aviation, says.

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Marketline Fall 2015: The Bright Side of Business Aviation

The fall issue of the Aircraft Bluebook Marketline is now available for download. This issue features:

The Bright Side of Business Aviation
By Carl Janssens, ASA | Chief Appraiser | Aviation Week Network
If anyone has any doubts with regard to the overall health and stability of the business aviation market, its overall performance over the last 90 days is an objective testament. 

Price Divergence ...
By Dennis Rousseau | President and Founder | AircraftPost.com
A 2002 Gulfstream GV had an original price new of about $42 million. Its successor, the G550, had an average price new of $42.5 million in 2003. The primary difference between the aircraft was the introduction of the Plane View cockpit. Why has the difference in selling prices of these aircraft grown from $500,000 when new to $7 million in the pre-owned market?

Into the Blue - Aircraft Bluebook At-A-Glance - Embraer Phenom 300
By Chris Reynolds, ASA | Aircraft Bluebook 
Aircraft Bluebook At-a-Glance has reviewed the current market status of the Embraer Phenom 300 business jet.

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Marketline Summer 2015: Aircraft Values Stay Predictable

The summer issue of the Aircraft Bluebook Marketline is now available for download. This issue features:

Aircraft Values Stay Predictable
by Carl Janssens, ASA | Chief Appraiser | Penton Aviation
Business aircraft transactions have been on a steady course through fair weather. Nothing negative. Transactions are occurring.

Market Roller Coaster or Stability
by Dennis Rousseau | President and Founder | AircraftPost.com 
During the last few years, AircraftPost has addressed many dynamics affecting the business jet market and specifically aircraft values.

Understanding How Maintenance Condition Influences Value
by Anthony Kioussis | President | Asset Insight
Maintenance condition is often an aircraft's greatest value "wild card," holding the potential to shift an asset's value in either direction, sometimes substantively.

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Marketline Spring 2015: Stock Prices Soar While Pre-Owned Aircraft Prices Remain in Ground Effect

The spring issue of the the Aircraft Bluebook Marketline newsletter is now available for download. This issue features:

Stock Prices Soar While Pre-Owned Aircraft Prices Remain in Ground Effect
by Carl Janssens, ASA | Chief Appraiser | Penton Aviation 
Business aircraft pricing in the pre-owned market appears to be soaring in ground effect. The good news is that sales are occurring while on the cloudy side, values, at best, try to maintain a flat trending posture. 

Business Jet Perspectives on Value Market Temperature
by Dennis Rousseau | President and Founder | AircraftPost.com 
At the end of each year we tally the number of aircraft delivered into service (EIS) by manufacturer and model.

Into the Blue - Aircraft Bluebook At-A-Glance - Beechcraft Premier 1A
by Chris Reynolds, ASA | Aircraft Bluebook 
Aircraft Bluebook At-a-Glance has reviewed the current market status of the Beechcraft Premier 1A business jet.

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