We have updated our transaction charts through April.

  • Airbus saw +24% in transactions YTD than a year ago.  Transactions this year were primarily (43%) in A320ceos.
  • Boeing saw -17% in transactions YTD than a year ago.  Transactions this year were primarily (43%) in 737-800s and MAX8 is already over 10%.
  • Bombardier saw -48% in transactions YTD than a year ago.  Transactions this year were primarily (25%) in CRJ NGs and CS is close to 9%.
  • Embraer saw -50% in transactions YTD than a year ago.  Transactions this year were primarily (25%) in E175s.

  • We can see the transition at Boeing from the 800NG to the MAX8 is happening. The 900NG remains soft and the MAX9 can help with this.
  • Airbus saw a lot of A319 and A320 activity this YTD. The A320neo saw no improvement over last year.  There has been some transition from A321ceo to A321neo taking place.

  • Boeing continues to see the 787-9 as its top transaction performer.  The 787-10 should also see steady progress this year.
  • For Airbus, the bright spot is the A350-900 where transactions are up.  The A330 program is slightly lower this YTD. The A380 is holding steady.

  • Overall the market is 10% off this YTD compared to last year. The two biggest segments, airlines and lessors are off 4% and 30% respectively.
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