Aircraft Bluebook, the premier resource for aircraft values, convened the inaugural Aircraft Bluebook Market Values Roundtable in Los Angeles on Oct. 5, 2016, in conjunction with SpeedNews’ 21st Annual Business & General Aviation Industry Suppliers Conference.
- Financial institutions
- Aircraft OEMs
Focus: The elements that factor into business aircraft market values — especially the pressure points that affect residual values of business aircraft.
Participants gained unique insight to incorporate into their own forecasts of future values of aircraft. The roundtable increased understanding of how the market values different factors and improved asset planning and portfolio management.
Molly McMillin, Managing Editor, The Weekly of Business Aviation
Residual Values from an OEM Perspective
Thomas Fissellier, manager, market intelligence & analysis, market development & business planning at Bombardier Business Aircraft
Large Cabin Residual Values: The Devil and the Details
The diminution in large cabin business jet residual values is a “hot topic” in business aviation these days. How is this market segment different from the others? How has the owner/operator community reacted to the downturn? What does this portend for future residual values?
Rolland A. Vincent, President, Rolland Vincent Associates, and
Creator/Director, JETNET iQ
Trending Business Jet Values
Dennis Rousseau, President and Founder, AircraftPost.com
Aircraft Maintenance Status and Its Effect on Value
A look at how “Maintenance Exposure” (an aircraft’s embedded or accrued maintenance) can affect its value and its “days on the Market” when listed for sale. This presentation will include how Hourly Maintenance Cost Programs should be viewed and valued, and what differentiates “good value” from simply a “low price” aircraft. Lastly, the presentation will cover how Asset Quality can be measured using a standardized scale, and why age and/or excessive flight hours do not necessarily negatively impact an aircraft’s maintenance condition.
Anthony Kioussis, President and CEO, Asset Insight
Managing Aircraft Residual Value Trends as a Finance & Leasing Company
What is the state of the union for jet financiers? Does financing availability impact jet values? This session will cover the jet value forecasting process used by financiers and how to get the best financing available.
Joe DiLallo, Head, Corporate Aircraft Finance & Leasing, BMO Harris Equipment Finance Co.
Moderated by Thomas Fissellier, manager, market intelligence & analysis, market development & business planning at Bombardier Business Aircraft
- A seat at the Roundtable
- Cocktail reception
- Trial access to aircraftbluebook.com and the Historical Value Reference
The event took place immediately after the SpeedNews 21st Annual Business & General Aviation Industry Suppliers Conference.