Ups and Downs in the 2019 Air Cargo Market – Part I
In this edition of Morten Beyer & Agnew’s Insight Series, Anna Kopinski, mba’s Senior Associate of Asset Valuations, analyzes how the cargo market has fared in 2019, what aircraft are being used the most—and least—and how different metrics reveal divergent views on the state of the market. Later in this continuing series, she will assess the external factors which may influence the air cargo industry, such as US-China trade tensions.
2019: The Year of FFP Re-Privatization?
Frequent Flyer Programs (FFPs) are an increasingly common tool airlines use to generate revenue and valuable customer data. As they were originally crafted as marketing tools, the industry is now witnessing the evolution of FFPs into valuable assets for airlines. In this edition of Morten Beyer & Agnew’s Insight Series, Anne Correa, mba’s Director of Airline & Airport Services, delves into the formation of FFPs for airlines and the noted importance of outside investors in helping airlines stay afloat, especially as FFPs enter a time of transparency and re-privatization.
REDBOOK Insight: Demand Increasing at Slot-Coordinated UK Airports
PDF Download Demand Increasing at Slot-Coordinated UK Airports Anne Correa, mba’s Director of Airline & Airport Services, explores how slot-coordinated airports in the United Kingdom manage their coveted assets and what airlines are willing to do to gain access. Landing and departure slots are some of the most important assets in the aviation industry. When […]
REDBOOK Insight: 2018 Farnborough Airshow Results
Analyzing the 2018 Farnborough Airshow 2018 Farnborough Airshow The 2018 Farnborough Airshow generated impressive results for the commercial sector as both major manufacturers Boeing and Airbus announced a healthy number of new orders and commitments. At the end of the week, Boeing has a slight edge over Airbus with a total of 673 orders and […]
mba Insight: Grounding the Trent 1000 Powered 787 Dreamliner
787 Trent 1000 Groundings to Increase With the summer holidays approaching, airline customers of Rolls-Royce’s Trent 1000 engines have expressed their concern with the downing of the 787 aircraft, and now are requesting lease agreements for other aircraft to fill in their gaps. These requests are effectively putting additional pressure onto Rolls-Royce to speed up […]
REDBOOK Insight: Aircraft Value Update and Insights for 2Q 2018
What’s Driving Values in 2Q 2018? REDBOOK’s ISTAT Certified Appraisal Team Has the Latest: Relying upon the current market conditions and the aircraft transactions that have occurred over the first quarter and into the second quarter of 2018, mba has updated and released the 2Q 2018 values on REDBOOK. Below you’ll find the highlights from […]
REDBOOK Insight: mba’s STAR Fleet Analyzes Aviation in Japan
Japan Aviation Market Snapshot Powered by mba’s REDBOOK STAR Fleet Leading up to the 7th Annual Japan Airfinance Conference, mba generated a brief analysis of the Aviation Market in Japan using data from REDBOOK’s recently launched STAR Fleet. Here are some of the insights derived from the report or click to download the full analysis: […]
REDBOOK Insight: China’s Trump Card: The C919
Download Insight PDF The COMAC C919 China has long been recognized as an engine for growth in the aviation industry. Its airlines are rapidly expanding and demand for air travel continues to skyrocket, for both domestic and international trips. Not wanting to cede the entirety of the increased demand for aircraft to Airbus and Boeing, […]
REDBOOK Insight: Utilizing Alternative Collateral: Spare Parts
Download Insight Alternative Collateral In order to raise capital, many airlines issue debt or secured bonds backed by their aircraft and engines, but most airlines are sitting on another underutilized form of collateral: spare parts. Spare parts are a widely-accepted form of collateral, but few airlines have used this often appreciating asset-to-issue debt. There have […]
REDBOOK Insight: Monetizing Slots, Gates and Routes
Download Insight PDF Slots, Gates and Routes – Monetizing Intangible Assets Slots, Gates and Routes (SGR) are immensely valuable assets for airlines, referred to commonly as “intangible” assets for valuation and collateralization. For operators, SGR assets represent strategic long-term competitive advantages and their value helps to raise additional capital for airlines, predominantly based in North […]