jonnyboy
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Price List For Aircraft

Mon Dec 08, 2003 2:08 am

boeing seem to be the only ones to offer easily accesible price lists for there aircraft. http://www.boeing.com/commercial/prices/

does anyone know where i can find these for other commercial aircraft or have any accurate ideas of how much they cost new?
 
dc-10 levo
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RE: Price List For Aircraft

Mon Dec 08, 2003 3:14 am

Haven't managed to get the Airbus list yet, but here's a newspaper article about aircraft prices:

http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/business/boeing14.shtml

DC-10
 
jonnyboy
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RE: Price List For Aircraft

Mon Dec 08, 2003 3:30 am

Thanks for the great info !

I have always wondered how much the A380 costs, i expect that figure has probably risen even more (280) by now. i bet emirates got a huge discount, maybe even below $200m, having ordered 43 before they came out.

I expected that the big airbuses would be more expensive than the 777 but it turned out they were significantly less.

I didnt realize the boeing price list, when it said like 160-180 that it was depending solely on spec, i thaught it was on the amount u by at once.

Cheers !
 
flyingbronco05
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RE: Price List For Aircraft

Mon Dec 08, 2003 6:24 am

The reason there is no price list for Airbus is because they give every airline a different price.

Basically, as somebody else said on here, buy 1 get 100 free.  Laugh out loud

FB05
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jonnyboy
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RE: Price List For Aircraft

Mon Dec 08, 2003 6:25 am

anyone else have any prices (new) for the rj's or the rest of airbus' fleet?

any more info would be much appreciated
 
CX Flyboy
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RE: Price List For Aircraft

Mon Dec 08, 2003 9:11 am

It is not unusual to get huge discounts for aircraft, even if you only order a few. A 777-300's list price is $200Million (I think), but you can get one for $119Million, depending on who who are.
 
MEA321
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RE: Price List For Aircraft

Mon Dec 08, 2003 9:44 am

The new A318 is selling for a hefty $45 million dollars. But again, discounts could apply to those who buy in bulk...
MEA321
 
MD11Lover
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RE: Price List For Aircraft

Mon Dec 08, 2003 10:41 am



Wouldnt setting different prices for different airlines be considered price discrimination?

Md11
 
grandtheftaero
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RE: Price List For Aircraft

Mon Dec 08, 2003 10:42 am

In our Senior Vehicle Design class in college we learned that airplanes are approximately paid for "by the pound". To prove this to ourselves we went to Boeing's price list and compared the cost of the plane to its MTOW (also available from Boeing's website) by using a least-squares regression line. The results were surprisingly linear; with R-squared values above 0.90. With the regression equation you could make a WAG at the price of an aircraft based on its MTOW. Of course, statistics can not take into account politics (not easily anyway). So things like discounts and governments subsidies that affect the sale price of aircraft cannot be taken into account.

--Shane
 
FA4UA
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RE: Price List For Aircraft

Mon Dec 08, 2003 2:46 pm

ok, stupid question: is there sales tax on airplanes? Like if VS bought another round of 744's would they pay sales tax? I'm sure there's a host of tarrifs but....

just curious

FA4UA
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bobrayner
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RE: Price List For Aircraft

Mon Dec 08, 2003 9:53 pm

ok, stupid question: is there sales tax on airplanes? Like if VS bought another round of 744's would they pay sales tax? I'm sure there's a host of tarrifs but...

It depends where the buyer and seller are, but in the unlikely event that they can't get an exemption from their government for making a transaction of "strategic national interest" or some nonsense like that, there are other ways to avoid taxation.

For example, ISTR Boeing considered setting up an office in Madeira, or the IoM, to make tax-free European sales easier..?
Cunning linguist
 
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RE: Price List For Aircraft

Tue Dec 09, 2003 7:17 am

If aircraft are for "export" I suppose no sales tax is levied, but the country the aircraft will be registered will most probably charge duties and taxes.

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