When drug dealers start buying up aircraft en mass then you know that something has happened to the aircraft remarketing sector. Prices of older aircraft being remarketed have fallen through the floor of late with the price of the mighty 747-400 having halved since the start of the fuel price crisis in 20072008. When oil went from the dizzy heights of $48 a barrel to $157 a barrel, only being stopped in the end by the credit crunch, airlines across the globe realized that only modern next generation aircraft could keep them in the black through the long term. This
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