Falcon 50EX, Falcon 900EX, Falcon 900EX EASy, Falcon 7X
The Falcon 50EX market has ten units available, representing 10% of the active fleet, and is the lowest number available in over three years. Only one aircraft sold in Q1, which is down from five units in the previous quarter and down from four units from a year ago. Pricing has also remained steady for the past three quarters. This is an excellent time to sell a Falcon 50EX, as supply is low and pricing remains firm.
The Falcon 900EX market has bucked the trend of other markets in that there is more supply and less demand from that of a year ago. In Q1, there were 11 units available for sale, representing 9% of the fleet, and is nearly double the supply from a year ago. Q1 also saw no retail sales, after having two the previous quarter. Pricing continues to remain steady, as it has remained unchanged for the past two quarters. This would be an excellent time to buy a 900EX, with stable pricing, good availability, and low activity.
The number of Falcon 900EX EASy available for sale has fallen for four straight quarters. There are six aircraft available for sale, representing only 5% of the active fleet, and is half of what it was two quarters ago. Only one aircraft sold last quarter. Although it is one more than a year ago, it is three less than Q4. 17% of the available aircraft sold in the first quarter. Pricing has held steady for the past two quarters. Lack of supply provides good opportunities for the 900EX EASy seller.
There are 15 of the Falcon 7X aircraft available for sale, which is just over 5% of the fleet and is the lowest number in two years. Only two aircraft sold in Q1, which is down from a record number of 12 sales in the previous quarter. Pricing has dropped in each of the past four quarters. Pricing and product availability provide good buying opportunities.