Hawker 800XP, Hawker 850XP, Hawker 900XP
Hawker 800XP inventory declined once again during the first quarter, down over 30% from a year ago. There are currently 36 aircraft for sale, five units less than Q4 2020’s already depleted numbers. Of the current listings, just nine are US-based Pro Line 21 equipped aircraft. Even with low inventory, demand continues with 11 first quarter transactions. Pricing declined slightly overall, but Pro Line 21 equipped aircraft are trending higher with limited days on the market. With limited inventory and strong demand, now is a great time to sell your 800XP.
Hawker 850XP inventory has reached its lowest level in three years. There are currently only eight 850XP’s listed for sale, a reduction of 50% since Q2 2020. 8.1% of the active fleet is listed for sale, with roughly two-thirds of those aircraft located in the US. This drop-in inventory has taken its toll on activity, with no Q1 2021 transactions taking place. Buyers are struggling to find quality aircraft in this market, so now may be the perfect time to sell your 850XP.
After a strong fourth quarter, 900XP transactions have cooled off, and inventory has slightly increased. Only two 900XP sales took place during the first quarter of 2021, half as many compared to the start of 2020. Unlike the other Hawker markets, 900XP inventory slightly increased, ticking up one unit compared to Q4 2020. Inventory is still historically low, especially when you compare it to 21 listings just over a year ago. As with the 850XP market, 900XP buyers are struggling to find low-time US-based options, hence why pricing has held firm for three consecutive quarters now. With inventory relatively low, and a lack of quality options, it is still a great time to sell your 900XP.