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...
Ahead of next week’s NBAA Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition in Orlando, we present the AirInsight Business Aviation Forecast 2023-2032. The forecast is summarized in the following video presentation and discussion about the forces driving the industry...
GAMA released its Year End 2021 results for shipments and billings earlier today. Business Aviation continued to slowly improve during the fourth quarter of 2021, with deliveries and billings recovering but not quite reaching pre-pandemic levels from 2019. Despite a...
GAMA released its 2nd Quarter statistics for 2019, and the General Aviation segment remained flat, with billings for aircraft shipments at $4,745,757,918 in the second quarter, compared with $4,746,516,129 in 2018. However, data for Dassault were not included in the...
GAMA released its third-quarter statistics for 2018, and the General Aviation segment increased its billings to $4,134,953,455 in the third quarter, up only 0.83% from 2017. The variability in the mix, when compared to 2017, was significant, with 286 piston aircraft...
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