Falcon 2000, Falcon 2000EX EASy, Falcon 2000LX
The number of Falcon 2000 aircraft available for sale has dropped considerably when compared to the second quarter of 2017. Q2 saw an average of 20 aircraft for sale, which represents 8.8% of the fleet, and is nine fewer than the previous year. In Q2 there were six retail transactions, which were three fewer than in Q2 2017. The number for sale has dropped continuously for six of the last eight quarters. Pricing has remained stable for the past two quarters. This presents an excellent opportunity for the seller, with stable pricing and declining inventory.
The Falcon 2000EX EASy market has remained fairly steady for the past year. Q2 2018 averaged six units available on the market, which is the same as Q2 2017 and represents 5.9% of the fleet. There have been three sales last quarter, which is one fewer than a year ago. Pricing also remains stable, with no decreases for the past four quarters. This is an excellent market for both the buyer and seller, as pricing has stabilized, and there is an ample supply on the market, with decent sales activity.
The Falcon 2000LX market has tightened up considerably when compared to Q2 2017. In Q2, there were an average of four aircraft available, which is 13 fewer, or a 76% reduction in availability. There were five sales in Q2 2017, compared to only one sale in Q2 2018. The shortage of availability may explain the lack of sales last quarter. Overall, pricing has remained steady for the past two quarters. This would be a most opportune time to sell a Falcon 2000LX, as the used inventory has all but evaporated.