Analysis of the Global Business Aircraft Market

Waiting for Stable Economic Recovery


The “Great Recession” has changed the business aircraft business model. In 2007, virtually every type of business aircraft usage was said to be growing. The scene with the big 3 auto executives admitting to Congress that they had all arrived in their company business jets to ask the American people for money helped seal the fate of the business aircraft market. While all market areas declined significantly, the heavy aircraft and turboprop markets have resisted downward pressures, unlike the light end of the market. In 2014, the prospect for medium business jets and, to a lesser degree, light jets started looking up. This research service covers 2014 through 2020, analyzing both aircraft deliveries and potential aircraft sales.
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Executive SummaryKey FindingsMarket Engineering MeasurementsCEO’s PerspectiveMarket OverviewMarket DefinitionsMarket Segment ComponentsKey Questions This Study Will AnswerMarket Segmentation Drivers and Restraints—Total Business Aircraft MarketMarket DriversDrivers ExplainedMarket RestraintsRestraints ExplainedForecasts and Trends—Total Business Aircraft MarketMarket Engineering MeasurementsForecast AssumptionsUnit Delivery and Revenue ForecastUnit Delivery and Revenue Forecast DiscussionPercent Revenue Forecast by RegionRevenue Forecast by RegionRevenue Forecast Discussion by RegionRevenue Forecast by Vertical MarketRevenue Forecast Discussion by Vertical MarketMarket Share and Competitive Analysis—Total Business Aircraft MarketMarket ShareMarket Share AnalysisCompetitive EnvironmentTop CompetitorsCompetitive Factors and AssessmentHeavy Jet Segment BreakdownHeavy Jet Segment Key FindingsMarket Engineering MeasurementsRevenue ForecastRevenue Forecast DiscussionMedium Jet Segment BreakdownMedium Jet Segment Key FindingsMarket Engineering MeasurementsRevenue ForecastRevenue Forecast DiscussionLight Jet Segment BreakdownLight Jet Segment Key FindingsMarket Engineering MeasurementsRevenue ForecastRevenue Forecast DiscussionTurboprop Aircraft Segment BreakdownTurboprop Segment Key FindingsMarket Engineering MeasurementsRevenue ForecastRevenue Forecast DiscussionBusiness Model AssessmentCharter Operations DiscussionLeasing Revenue Forecast DiscussionFractional Revenue Forecast DiscussionFlightcard Revenue Forecast DiscussionAircraft Management Revenue Forecast DiscussionNorth American BreakdownNorth American Key FindingsUnit Delivery and Revenue ForecastUnit Delivery and Revenue Forecast DiscussionEuropean BreakdownEuropean Key FindingsUnit Delivery and Revenue ForecastUnit Delivery and Revenue Forecast DiscussionAsia-Pacific BreakdownAsia-Pacific Key FindingsUnit Delivery and Revenue ForecastUnit Delivery and Revenue Forecast DiscussionMiddle East and African BreakdownMiddle East and African Key FindingsUnit Delivery and Revenue ForecastUnit Delivery and Revenue Forecast DiscussionLatin American BreakdownLatin American Key FindingsUnit Delivery and Revenue ForecastUnit Delivery and Revenue Forecast DiscussionThe Last WordThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering MethodologyKey Information Slides in this ResearchCommonly Used TermsLearn More—Next Steps

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