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Entries in Aircraft Blue Book At-A-Glance (3)

Recovery in the 'New Normal'

By Carl Janssens, ASA | Chief Appraiser | Aviation Week Network

Aircraft Bluebook has continued to receive positive feedback in regard to recent transactions in the business and personal aviation markets. The lead focus on the business jet sector continues. With the market’s acceptance of value depreciation in the jet sector as the new normal, the big question remains: When will continued devaluation stabilize or at least slow down? At the 46th annual National Aircraft Finance Association conference in Fort Lauderdale during the week of March 21, the perception of the state of the industry was wide and varying…

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Beechcraft King Air F-90 Pre-Owned Market at a Glance

Aircraft Bluebook At-a-Glance has reviewed the current market status of the Beechcraft King Air F-90 turbo-prop aircraft. Research for this study was obtained in part from Aircraft Bluebook, Aircraft Bluebook’s Historical Value Reference, the FAA’s registry website and various trade services.

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2016: A Good Year for Trade

By Carl Janssens, ASA | Chief Appraiser | Aviation Week Network

Year activity for 2016 has come to a close. December turned out to be an active month for trade and finance of business aircraft. While 2016 can be considered a year of continued recovery in the overall business aviation industry when it pertains to trade, values, on the other hand, have continued to decline. The primary factor in this current market environment is supply and demand. There is a lot of late-model inventory available for sale in the global market with the majority of transactions again occurring in the North American arena. Late-model aircraft in particular continue to show their vulnerability to value retention ...

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