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The industry is facing market turmoil as 800 jet discharges return based on an increase in the values of narrow aircraft, and the planes may be dependent on fares, said IBA.
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Airlines and lessors have a major impact on the return of the jet to service and as a result, EBA, which is worse than uncertainty about the timing of its publication by the US Federal Aviation Administration.
"During a two-year period you are looking to have another full year deliveries," said Stuart Hatcher, the firm's chief operating officer, referring to around 800 737 MAX aircraft ready for flight when approved. "That market has never seen it before."
In its latest market update, IBA warned "the aviation industry has had a difficult year" due to the pressure on both airlines and lessors from ticket sales. "
The strength of the dollar will put extra pressure on many carriers, especially in Southeast Asia and countries such as Turkey and Argentina.
Global airlines warned last month that 2019 industry profits would fall faster than expected, with an improvement in 2020 depending on "ceasefire" in trade disputes.
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Flybe, the largest regional airline in Europe, appeared to have fallen on Tuesday after dealing with the British government expected to include passenger duty.
Leasing firms will face another slide in loose or two-phase jet leases, a 30% reduction in the past year, IBA said, predicting a 10% reduction in Airbus A330ceo in 2020.
Boeing's 777 program is not "immune from these challenges," he said, predicting a similar drop in 777-300ER rates after Boeing recorded a net decrease in orders for the upcoming 777X version in the last 12 months.
"Leasing rates cannot be much lower than they are now" in the broad market, Hatcher said, adding that increased pressure on lessors could lead to consolidation.
"This sharp dynamics is in the values of aircraft, and what IBA believes is an unsustainable growth in aircraft leases, to cause trauma in the crowded aircraft leasing market."
(Reporting by Laurence Frost in Paris; editing by Matthew Lewis)