Here’s our FAA business jet update Notes: After a dropoff at the tail end of 2022, there seems to be a slight recovery in flight ops for March 2023. The forecast also popped a bit. Page 2 shows the recovery was most robust in domestic ops. Among OEMs, Textron...
Here’s our updated model showing that the US business jet market slowdown continues. The US market is down again, though still up versus 2019 levels. Our forecast model suggests this is going to continue Page 2 shows the decline is driven by domestic US flights...
In the post-pandemic environment, even more emphasis is being placed on completing aircraft deliveries before year-end. In business aviation, the fourth quarter has traditionally been strong, often driven by depreciation or accounting rules that favor taking delivery...
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...
It’s too early to tell if Boeing’s X-plane demonstrator with the Transonic Truss-Based Wing (TTBW) will be the next Boeing single-aisle airliner, but it certainly has the ingredients for that. There are some challenges that need to be solved first before a...
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