Stored Airliners

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Hi,

I was wondering if anyone knew of any websites that listed aircraft stored in the mojave desert in america. I used to use www.cactuswings.com but i've screwed up my yahoo groups account and can't be bothered to sort it out - so are there any others out there.

Additionally does anyone know an approximate value of the more modern smaller aircraft types (B737NG, A32X and smaller)

Many thanks,

Warren

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Leasing

Following on from this, whats the state of the world leasing markets. You have got your giants, ILFC and GECAS who have deep market penetration because they have large fleets to lease out, but would there be room for another entrant.

Obviously a new carrier, unless your an indian lo-co, can not start off with 120 A32Xs, but would a carrier utilising say just the 3 A319s be succesful - I was particularly wondering if lo-co's in Europe require the short term lease of aircraft, the reason behind picking the A319 as an example,

Wozza

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.....but i've screwed up my yahoo groups account and can't be bothered to sort it out..
You admit you can't be bothered to help yourself, and you still expect others to make the time and effort to help you?

The youth of today!!! :rolleyes:

GA

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You admit you can't be bothered to help yourself, and you still expect others to make the time and effort to help you?

The youth of today!!! :rolleyes:

GA

If you knew me proper, i'm less lazy than most - if you knew how long setting up and joining said yahoo group takes i could be forgiven to ask if anyone knew of any sites off the top of their heads.

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If you knew me proper, i'm less lazy than most - if you knew how long setting up and joining said yahoo group takes i could be forgiven to ask if anyone knew of any sites off the top of their heads.

:diablo: Don't mess with mods! :eek:

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:diablo: Don't mess with mods! :eek:

I was merely stating my case, anyway, back on track - any comments on my subject would be appreciated