We updated our FAA business jet model through December 2022. For optimal viewing, please click the double-headed arrow at the bottom right of the model below. Some thoughts on the update: This aviation sector has the sharpest V-recovery we’ve seen. The lower...
GAMA released its third quarter shipments and billings report earlier this week. Business Aviation continued to recover from the global pandemic in the third quarter of 2022, but business jet deliveries lagged pre-pandemic levels during the third quarter, with fewer...
Dassault Aviation announced a major new maintenance facility to be built in Melbourne, Florida at NBAA. “This new factory service center will considerably grow our presence in the U.S., positioning us to keep up with demand for state-of-the-art maintenance...
The mood at NBAA is upbeat, despite a bit of uncertainty for the longer term. While the short-term looks quite positive, with business aircraft activity up over pre-pandemic levels in the US and Europe and manufacturers book to bill ratios solidly positive for 2022. ...
An interesting piece of consolidation news has been coming from France on September 5: aerospace giant Safran Group is in negotiations with another aerospace giant, Thales Group, to acquire its aeronautical electrical systems or avionics business. The transaction,...
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