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 ...
By Carl Janssens, ASA | Chief Appraiser | Aviation Week Network
Scoring a golf tournament based on par is relatively understandable to those who play the game on a particular course. Par is Latin for what the English rhetoric refers to as “average.” This is simple enough for the aviator’s number one leisure sport. Par in business aircraft activity is another story. One could list multiple concepts for par in the business aircraft transaction.
Current Market Strength represents an aircraft’s current strength in the market.
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.
When you receive the fall 2016 edition of the Aircraft Bluebook CD, you might notice the seal on the sleeve reads, "Summer 2016," rather than "Fall 2016." This is a clerical error affecting only the label. The disc within should read, "Fall 2016," and include the fall values.