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What’s hot and what’s not: the latest review of market trends, aircraft values and lease rates

What’s hot and what’s not: the latest review of market trends, aircraft values and lease rates

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Ascend’s team of experts held a popular series of market briefings at the Farnborough air show. In this presentation, Head of Valuations Les Weal and Director & Global Head of Consultancy Eddy Pieniazek look at the cycle indicators involved in aircraft values and lease rates. Find out more at Flightglobal.com
Ascend’s team of experts held a popular series of market briefings at the Farnborough air show. In this presentation, Head of Valuations Les Weal and Director & Global Head of Consultancy Eddy Pieniazek look at the cycle indicators involved in aircraft values and lease rates. Find out more at Flightglobal.com

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Published by: stuart_clarke8669 on Jul 19, 2012
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What’s hot and what’s not
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July 2012Les Weal, Head of ValuationsOlga Razzhivina, Valuations Manager
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Aircraft values- what’s hot, what’s not
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Markets values across the sectorsi. Cargoii. Single aisleiii. Twin aisleiv. Turboprops
2012 Base Values update
Recovery path
 
Cargo a sector transforming?
FedEx founder Fred Smith said that the global freight business would see some drastic changesin the future.
Not only would air carriers face competition fromships
, customers would look for customised door-to-door delivery options.
FedEx has seen a decline in fiscal fourth-quarter profits -- international priority airfreight-shippingvolumes fell 3 per cent in its fiscal fourth quarter that ended on May 31, while its US domesticexpress volume fell 5 per cent, compared to a 4 per cent decline in the previous quarter -- and haschalked out a plan for cost-cutting.
Speaking at a post-earnings conference, Smith said that
the traditional airport-to-airport business "is not growing”.
This while “thedoor-to-door express segment is growing,
and the movement of goods on thewater is growing".
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