Used King Air Value Greatly Increases Year Over Year

The latest Sandhills Global aviation market report finds that asking values for turboprop aircraft in Sandhills marketplaces increased 4.8% year-over-year from December 2020 to December 2021. Dwindling used turboprop aircraft inventory levels, especially in key age groups and for certain models, remain a primary driver of asking value increases. The new market report follows Sandhills’ recent market report identifying noteworthy supply and demand trends within the used piston single aircraft category.

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Chart Takeaways
This report includes detailed analysis of asking values and inventory trends in the U.S. used turboprop aircraft market along with charts that help readers visualize the data. Highlights include noteworthy value trends in Beechcraft King Air series.

Asking Values

  • The 4.8% YOY asking value increase for used turboprop aircraft in Sandhills marketplaces means that the average turboprop aircraft was valued at $1,412,023 in December 2021 compared to $1,347,814 in December 2020.
  • From November to December 2021, turboprop aircraft asking values increased 3.9%, an average value jump of $53,000.

Inventory Levels

  • The current market report shows inventory in the turboprop aircraft category is down 56.6% YOY.
  • The 0- to 10-year age group displayed the steepest inventory drop, down 64.4% YOY. The lowest decline was found in the 25-year-plus age group, which was still down 52.2% YOY.

Beechcraft King Air Series

  • Sandhills asking EVI for Beechcraft King Air turboprop aircraft were up 2.8% YOY in December.
  • The King Air 200 series, up nearly 19% YOY, is a key driver of Beechcraft King Air asking values. The Sandhills EVI shows steady value increases in King Air 200 models since March 2021; average asking values are up $330,000 YOY, topping $2,000,000 in December

(PR Newswire)

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