2016 Global Outlook for the Air Transport Industry

Continued Record Production Facing Possible Model Change Delays

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Continued record commercial aircraft production will be slowed slightly by model changes. New, clean sheet of paper models will be unlikely, but major upgrades of existing models will be more prevalent than ever before. However, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) will have missteps during this process. Second and third tier suppliers will be most affected by the model changes. They will be hard pressed to meet OEMs’ production schedules as they change. Because aircraft components are a just-in-time business, it may force suppliers into shelf stocking. The real opportunities are in the Asia-Pacific countries. New aircraft programs are under development there and, in the short term, may be good programs for existing suppliers. Eventually, those opportunities may evaporate as OEMs turn to local suppliers.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Top Predictions for 2016
2015 versus 2016 Predictions
Our Top Predictions for 2015
What Actually Happened – Highlights of 2015
Top Trends for 2016
Industry Conditions to Watch - Supplier issues will define the year.
OEM Highlights
Airbus
Boeing
Bombardier
COMAC
ATR
Embraer
UAC
Mitsubishi
Total Air Transport Market: Unit Deliveries, Global, 2015–2016
2015 Regional Shares
2. Research Scope and Segmentation
Scope
Geographic coverage
Study period
Base year
Forecast period
Monetary unit
Market Segmentation
Regional Aircraft
Narrow-body Aircraft
Wide-body Aircraft
3. Key Global Aircraft Production and Delivery Trends
Regional Aircraft Segment: Unit Deliveries, Global, 2015–2016
Narrow-body Aircraft Segment: Unit Deliveries, Global, 2015–2016
Wide-body Aircraft Segment: Unit Deliveries, Global, 2015–2016
Total Air Transport Market: Units Production Forecast, Global: 2008–2025
Boeing Delivery Outlook —Boeing, Global, 2013–2025
Boeing Production Outlook
Air Transport Market: Unit Production Forecast—Boeing, Global, 2013–2025
Airbus Delivery Outlook : Unit Delivery Forecast—Airbus, Global, 2013–2025
Air Transport Market: Wide-body Production Share—Boeing and Airbus, Global, 2013–2025
Air Transport Market: New Narrow-body Production Share—Boeing and Airbus, Global, 2013–2025
Four-year Production Cycles by Aircraft Type
Total Air Transport Market: Production by Timeframe, Global, 2014–2025
Market Share by Production 2016–2025
Total Air Transport Market: Market Share by Percent of Production, Global, 2016–2025
4. North America Analysis
Key Findings
Air Transport Market: Unit Delivery and Revenue Forecast, NA, 2015–2020
Unit Delivery and Revenue Forecast Discussion
5. Europe Analysis
Key Findings
Air Transport Market: Unit Delivery and Revenue Forecast, Europe, 2015–2020
Unit Delivery and Revenue Forecast Discussion
6. Asia-Pacific Analysis
Key Findings
Air Transport Market: Unit Delivery and Revenue Forecast, APAC, 2015–2020
Unit Delivery and Revenue Forecast Discussion
7. Middle East and Africa Analysis
Key Findings
Air Transport Market: Unit Delivery and Revenue Forecast, MEA, 2015–2020
Unit Delivery and Revenue Forecast Discussion
8. Latin America Analysis
Key Findings
Air Transport Market: Unit Delivery and Revenue Forecast, LA, 2015–2020
Unit Delivery and Revenue Forecast Discussion
9. Key Trends to Watch—Air Transport Market
Key Aerospace Industry Trends 2016
Engine Efficiency Improvements
Geared Turbofans
New Materials
Airflow Path Design
Manufacturing Changes
New Manufacturing Systems
Additive Manufacturing
Role of Automation
Alternative Fuels
Fuels issues
Available products
Electrification of Aircraft Systems
Discussion on electric aircraft
Boeing’s 787 – New directions
OEMs’ Relations with Supply Chain
Reviewing the Role of Suppliers
Redistribution of Program Revenues
Connectivity Changes
Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS)
Controller-Pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLC)
Transoceanic connectivity uses for both cockpit and cabin:
Technology Outlook
Air Transport Market: Aircraft Entry In Service (EIS) Timeline by OEM, Global, 2016–2022
Program Update—Boeing
Program Update—Airbus
Key Conclusions
Legal Disclaimer
Appendix
Market Engineering Methodology


List of Figures & Charts

1. Total Air Transport Market: Unit Deliveries, Global, 2015–2016
2. Regional Aircraft Segment: Unit Deliveries, Global, 2015–2016
3. Narrow-body Aircraft Segment: Unit Deliveries, Global, 2015–2016
4. Wide-body Aircraft Segment: Unit Deliveries, Global, 2015–2016
5. Total Air Transport Market: Units Production Forecast, Global: 2008–2025
6. Air Transport Market: Unit Delivery Forecast—Boeing, Global, 2013–2025
7. Air Transport Market: Unit Production Forecast—Boeing, Global, 2013–2025
8. Air Transport Market: Unit Delivery Forecast—Airbus, Global, 2013–2025
9. Air Transport Market: Unit Production Forecast—Airbus, Global, 2013–2025
10. Air Transport Market: Wide-body Production Share—Boeing and Airbus, Global, 2013–2025
11. Air Transport Market: New Narrow-body Production Share—Boeing and Airbus, Global, 2013–2025
12. Total Air Transport Market: Production by Timeframe, Global, 2014–2025
13. Total Air Transport Market: Market Share by Percent of Production, Global, 2016–2025
14. Air Transport Market: Unit Delivery and Revenue Forecast, NA, 2015–2020
15. Air Transport Market: Unit Delivery and Revenue Forecast, Europe, 2015–
16. Air Transport Market: Unit Delivery and Revenue Forecast, APAC, 2015–2020
17. Air Transport Market: Unit Delivery and Revenue Forecast, MEA, 2015–2020
18. Air Transport Market: Unit Delivery and Revenue Forecast, LA, 2015–2020
19. Air Transport Market: Aircraft Entry In Service (EIS) Timeline by OEM, Global, 2016–2022



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Keyword2
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Keyword3
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