A380 Values Remain Firm Despite Need for Fresh Orders

November 2013
Aircraft Value News;11/4/2013, Vol. 22 Issue 22, p7
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The article discusses the state of A380 aircraft saying that its value continue to remain stable despite lack of new orders. It says that value of A380 is reaching close to 220 million U.S. dollars with the manufacturer having difficulties fulfilling the orders for nearly150 fleet. It notes that failing to secure additional orders is attributed to the slow pace of economic recovery and larger demand for wider aircraft bodies. It also hopes for renewed interest in the A380 as economy improves.


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