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So You Want To Lease An Airplane?

Sat Dec 03, 2005 11:08 am

Ran across some data as of August 2005, as to the current average range of monthly dry leases for various commercial aircraft. Might be of interest to a.net members as the topic seems to come up on occasion.

A300-600 $160-280,000
A310-300 $145-230.000
A319 $195-310,000
A320 $230-370,000
A321 $250-380,000
A330-200 $560-755,000
A340-300 $470-830,000
B717 $140-195,000
B737-300 $100-190,000
B737-400 $125-205,000
B737-700 $210-310,000
B737-800 $260-380,000
B747-200 $225-375,000
B747-400 $490-885,000
B757-200 $115-250,000
B767-300ER $250-565,000
B777-200ER $650-930,000
MD-11 $300-365,000
MD-82 $35-70,000
MD-82 $50-95,000
MD-90 $80-115,000

The exact price of the aircraft will depend on its age, hours, cycles, maintenance status, weights/engine combinations, lease terms, etc..
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RE: So You Want To Lease An Airplane?

Sat Dec 03, 2005 4:37 pm

Thanks for the info.

Wow, an MD-80 is quite a bit cheaper to lease than a B73G. Do you have E190 lease rates? (or for the CRJ or ERJ?)

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RE: So You Want To Lease An Airplane?

Sat Dec 03, 2005 5:08 pm

Yes I want to but I don't have the bucks.

Quoting Laxintl (Thread starter):
MD-82 $35-70,000
MD-82 $50-95,000

huh?
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RE: So You Want To Lease An Airplane?

Sat Dec 03, 2005 5:28 pm

What if 50 A.NET members joined and leased a MD-80 for a month. We could do a really cool RTW with it for only $1000 per person. Add some fuel and landing fees at strange airports. Fun!
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RE: So You Want To Lease An Airplane?

Sat Dec 03, 2005 6:01 pm

Who is going to fly it?.
 
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RE: So You Want To Lease An Airplane?

Sat Dec 03, 2005 6:18 pm

Surely we could scramble at least 10 pilots from A.NET?
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RE: So You Want To Lease An Airplane?

Sat Dec 03, 2005 6:26 pm

Yeah, the MD is probably an excellent choice - because if 50 a.netters got onto a plane the A vs. B war would be bloody.
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RE: So You Want To Lease An Airplane?

Sun Dec 04, 2005 12:39 am

Quoting Lightsaber (Reply 1):
Wow, an MD-80 is quite a bit cheaper to lease than a B73G. Do you have E190 lease rates? (or for the CRJ or ERJ?)

Yes, MD-80 rates have been depressed for several years results of a glut of the type being stored, and inability to move them to new homes. Unfortunately the type does not have much of a future, not even in the cargo world due to its narrow fuselage further limiting its sale / lease prospects.

The baby jets in general are somewhat over priced in comparison to mainline jets due to their popularity in the recent past, however I am sure prices especially on the CRJ will drop as FLYi continues to dump aircraft on the market.

CRJ-200 $65-160,000
CRJ-700 $170-225,000
ERJ-145 $80-155,000
EMB-170 $190-215,000
Bombardier Q200 $50-100,000
ATR-42 $70-115,000
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RE: So You Want To Lease An Airplane?

Sun Dec 04, 2005 12:45 am

Anyone know what the outright prices are on the E-Jet line? (170, 75, 90, 95)
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RE: So You Want To Lease An Airplane?

Sun Dec 04, 2005 4:45 pm

Quoting TXKF2010 (Reply 8):
Anyone know what the outright prices are on the E-Jet line? (170, 75, 90, 95)

Average list prices are $27.5, $29.6, $33.1, $34.9million respectively for the four types.
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RE: So You Want To Lease An Airplane?

Sun Dec 04, 2005 5:41 pm

hey where do you find figures like this... ive been looking for ages but never been able to find anything..
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RE: So You Want To Lease An Airplane?

Sun Dec 04, 2005 6:16 pm

Quoting Laxintl (Reply 7):
The baby jets in general are somewhat over priced in comparison to mainline jets due to their popularity in the recent past, however I am sure prices especially on the CRJ will drop as FLYi continues to dump aircraft on the market.

Thanks for the info. I have no doubt that CR2 lease rates are getting ready to plummet.

I am a little surprised an EMB-170 has a higher lease rate than a 733, but that's the market... I assume these numbers fluctuate quite a bit.

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