Retiring Boeing 737s - Not As Good As Before?
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November 11, 2019 - by ADDISON SCHONLAND for airinsight.com
Looking at the 2019 fleet data and the 737s that have been retired – not written off or parked – shows that each generation has been retiring earlier. The NG's that have been retired saw half the life of the earliest generation.
Single-aisle aircraft are increasingly treated as commodities.
Pricing is rock bottom as Airbus and Boeing battle for each deal. Throw in the lessors who need to eke out a margin and one can imagine how tightly priced this market is.
These aircraft today typically undertake six to seven turns per day (certainly in the US).
The following chart shows the US experience – single-aisle aircraft routinely deliver over 70% of the ASMs. They are the industry's workhorses...
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