Bringing aviation assets to a successful conclusion

IBA has a proven track record for placing aircraft, engines and helicopters. If you are planning to sell or lease an aviation asset, we would be happy to discuss your remarketing requirements. We will work with you to bring your aviation assets to a successful conclusion via our aircraft brokerage services.

 

 

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Our current inventory assets and aircraft for sale or lease, including aeroplanes, engines and helicopters.

 

Airbus A330-300 (For Sale, with lease attached)

Aircraft Type - Airbus A330-300

Year Of Manufacture - 2009

Total Aircraft Hours – 62,426

Total Aircraft Cycles – 7,341

Engines – CF6-80E1A4/B

Configuration - Passenger

LOPA – 45J, 218Y

Mandated

 

For further information contact: [email protected]

Mobile: +44 (0) 7827 953247

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B747-400 Rotable & Consumable Parts (For sale)

IBA and Lambert Smith Hampton are pleased to offer a B747-400 Rotable and Consumable Parts inventory for sale.

 

For further information please contact Adil Slimani: [email protected]

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Boeing 737-8LD x 2 (For sale)

Aircraft Type

B737-8LD

B737-8LD

Year

2016

2016

TSN

13,750

11,703

CSN

8,767

8,165

Operator

Comair

Comair

Engines

CFM56-7B26E

CFM56-7B26E

MTOW

167,772 lb

158,500 LBS

LOPA

28BC / 132Y or 174Y

28BC / 132Y or 174Y

 

For further information contact: [email protected]

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Airbus A330-300 (SOLD)

Aircraft Type - Airbus A330-300

Manufacturer Serial Number - 1348

Year Of Manufacture - August 2012

Total Aircraft Hours - 28,553

Total Aircraft Cycles - 9,749

Engines - Rolls Royce Trent 772B-60

Configuration - Passenger

LOPA - 36BC, 263Y

Mandated

 

For further information contact: [email protected]

Mobile: +44 (0) 7827 953247

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Airbus A330-243 在庫あり

すぐにリースまたは購入可

航空機タイプ - Airbus A330-243

製造年 - 2012年4月

TSN 29,340

CSN 7,161

エンジンタイプ - RR Trent 772-60B

現在の客室仕様レイアウト 275席 - 20席 ビジネスクラス - 255席 エコノミー

現在のオペレーター - Ex Virgin Australia、保管 - ヨーロッパ

登録国 - オーストリア

 

詳細のお問い合わせ: [email protected]

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Boeing 777-300ER

Airbus A320-232 在庫あり

リース付きで即利用可

またはリース、売却 - 2021年第1四半期に利用可

航空機タイプ - Airbus A320-232

製造年 - 2006年4月

TSN 46,006

CSN 27,502

エンジンタイプ - IAE V2527-A5

型式証明番号 EASA.A.064

現在の客室仕様レイアウト 180席 エコノミー

最大客室仕様レイアウト 186席 エコノミー

現在のオペレーター - IndiGo

登録国 - インド

 

航空機は2021年第1四半期に利用可

 

詳細のお問い合わせ:[email protected]

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Boeing 737-800 x 2 (SOLD)

Aircraft Type

Boeing 737-8LD

Boeing 737-8LD

Year

2015

2015

TSN

16,313

16,516

CSN

11,755

11,977

Operator

Comair

Comair

Engines

CFM56-7B26E

CFM56-7B26E

MTOW

158000 Lb

158000 Lb

Status

Sold

Sold Subject to Contract

 

For further information contact: [email protected]

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Airbus A330-343 在庫あり

すぐにリースまたは購入可

航空機タイプ - Airbus A330-343 - MSN 1157

製造年 - 2010年10月

TSN 24,944

CSN 5,705

エンジンタイプ - RR Trent 772-60B

現在の客室仕様レイアウト 285席 - 30席 ビジネスクラス - 255席 エコノミー

現在のオペレーター - 保管 - ヨーロッパ

登録国 - オーストリア

 

詳細のお問い合わせ:[email protected]

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MSN Aircraft

Boeing 737-8LD x 3 (SOLD)

Sold Subject to Contract

Aircraft Type

737-8LD

737-8LD

737-8LD

Year

2012

2012

2012

TSN

25,479

25,009

26,004

CSN

18,195

18,080

18,621

Operator

Comair

Comair

Comair

Engines

CFM56-7B26E

CFM56-7B26E

CFM56-7B26E

MTOW

158,500 lb

158,500 lb

158,500 lb

LOPA

189Y

189Y

189Y

 

For further information contact: [email protected]

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Boeing 737-85R (SOLD)

Sold Subject to Contract

Aircraft Type

Boeing 737-85R

Year

2001

TSN

52,208

CSN

37,580

Operator

Comair

Engines

CFM56-7B26

MTOW

155,498 lb

LOPA

24BC / 138Y or 162Y

 

For further information contact: [email protected]

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IBA Appoints Kane Ray as Head of  General Aviation and Aftermarket
ニュースと広報09Apr

IBA Appoints Kane Ray as Head of General Aviation and Aftermarket

IBA, the leading aviation market intelligence and advisory company, has appointed Kane Ray as the new Head of General Aviation and Aftermarket.   Kane brings a wealth of experience spanning over 13 years in aviation consulting, valuations, and asset management. In his new role, Kane will combine his broad technical aviation knowledge and commercial relationships to lead IBA’s General Aviation and Aftermarket appraisal services. Together with his highly experienced team and IBA’s access to cutting-edge intelligence through IBA Insight, he will be well poised to deliver accurate, unbiased valuations and advisory services across a diverse range of aviation assets.   Kane’s career first started at IBA where he established himself as an expert in aircraft engine and component appraisal and consultancy services across seven years, and left as Head Analyst in 2018. He went on to work as a Senior Consultant at Counterpoint Market Intelligence from 2019 to 2021 and as Technical Manager at Kayan Aviation Capital from 2021 to 2023. Prior to his new appointment at IBA, Kane was Head Appraiser at AviationValues. He now returns to IBA with significant exposure to the aviation supply chain.   Regarding his appointment, Kane commented: “The development of both IBA’s breadth of experience and product offerings since I have been away has been a remarkable pathway. Its award-winning valuation and advisory services are built from IBA’s incomparable access to quality insights and the team’s extensive expertise, making it the most dependable offering among competitors.”   “It is for that reason that I commenced a career at IBA over a decade ago and why I’ve decided to rejoin the company today. The company culture and passion for aviation is something I have missed, and I am extremely glad to be back.”   Of Kane’s appointment, Mike Yeomans, Director - Valuations and Consulting, commented: “Kane's leadership, technical prowess, and extensive market knowledge will be invaluable to IBA. Providing our clients with market leading expertise is at the heart of what we do, and I am thrilled to have Kane’s skills and experience to drive forward our offerings across engines, components, helicopters, general and business aviation. I speak not only for myself but also for our colleagues when I say how happy and excited I am to welcome Kane back to IBA.”

Navigating Aviation Emission Regulations
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Navigating Aviation Emission Regulations

Written by IBA's ESG Consulting team.   The aviation industry is undergoing significant regulatory changes to reduce carbon emissions and transition towards sustainability. In the ever-evolving landscape, three major directives stand out for their potential to shape the industry's future: the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS), Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA) and Refuel EU.   These regulations, while complex, offer significant opportunities for the aviation sector to address its environmental impact and transition towards a more sustainable future. EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) From Cap-and-Trade to Carbon Cost   The EU ETS, a cornerstone of European environmental policy, operates on a cap-and-trade system, wherein airlines must surrender allowances for their carbon emissions. Over the years, the EU ETS has undergone gradual refinement to strengthen its effectiveness in curbing aviation carbon emissions. One notable development is the gradual reduction of allowances now equating to the right to emit one ton of CO2 annually. From 2026, airlines will face the full cost of emitting carbon, as free allowances taper down to zero on intra-EU flights where the cap has been steadily above 80% since 2012.   This shift is anticipated to impact airlines' bottom lines significantly, potentially leading to increased ticket prices. Morgan Stanley predicts a substantial rise in carbon costs, reaching €120 in 2027 and €135 per tonne by 2030. Additionally, there are ongoing discussions about including non-CO2 emissions in the ETS framework, which could further alter operational dynamics within the industry.   CORSIA A Global Offset Mandate   Designed to offset international flight emissions, CORSIA was developed under the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and sets baseline levels for emissions exceeding 85% of 2020 levels. While still in the voluntary phase, all regions have breached the baseline as of the start of this year. The mandatory phase of CORSIA is set to begin in 2027, with individual airlines becoming accountable for their emissions by 2030.   The convergence of CORSIA and EU ETS makes European carriers unique, facing heightened offset obligations. While CORSIA aims to create a unified approach to offsetting aviation emissions on a global scale, the EU ETS focuses specifically on regulating emissions within the European Union. This disparity of both frameworks may lead to increased costs for airlines operating within the EU, prompting questions about the distribution of financial burdens in the industry. Refuel EU Paving the Way for Sustainable Aviation Fuel   Part of the Fit for 55 package, and only just legislated in October 2023, Refuel EU’s primary goal is to address the EU's target of reducing net greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030 under the three-strand regulation.   The first strand aims to reduce tankering by mandating 90% of yearly fuel must be picked up at an EU airport. This ensures that fuel is being picked up when required rather than at a cheaper price so airlines are not carrying extra weight by picking up cheaper fuel in countries outside of the EU.   The second strand of Refuel EU promotes sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) usage along with requirements for aviation fuel suppliers to blend 2% SAF and kerosene from 2025, increasing to 70% by 2050. IATA anticipates a surge in global SAF production, reaching 0.5% of global fuel consumption this year. For more on how SAF reduces aviation emissions and its viability, read here.   The third and final strand is the need for airports to develop the infrastructure needed to support SAF delivery detailed in the second strand. This is expected to be a major focus area for airlines this year.     The implementation of Refuel EU underscores a global shift towards sustainability, with significant progress observed in SAF production and distribution, particularly in the APAC region. Singapore has revealed its SAF blending objectives slated for implementation in 2026, alongside Airbus and Total Energy's collaboration to establish a sustainable hub in the country. Meanwhile, in Australia, LanzaJet has unveiled its partnership with Jet Zero, aiming to establish the first Alcohol-to-Jet (ATJ) plant in the region, converting ethanol into SAF. Partnerships and agreements, such as those between IAG and Twelve, signal increasing momentum towards incorporating SAF into aviation operations. Towards Net Zero: A Collective Effort While these regulations mark significant strides towards achieving net-zero aviation emissions by 2050, challenges remain. The aviation industry must maintain momentum through sustained collaboration and innovation. This includes securing off-take agreements for SAF, investing in production infrastructure, and advocating for supportive government policies.   Crucially, achieving net-zero emissions requires collective action across all sectors of the industry. From major airlines to smaller carriers, everyone must play a role in driving sustainability initiatives forward. By embracing this collective responsibility and working in tandem with policymakers, energy suppliers, and financial institutions, the aviation sector can pave the way towards a greener future.  


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