ATR is seeing demand for 2.450 new turboprop aircraft in the next twenty years up to 2041, it says in its latest market forecast that was released on the second day of the Farnborough Airshow. The French/Italian airframer is seeing strong demand for regional aircraft....
The Embraer 2022 Market Forecast was released at Farnborough, updating the 2021 forecast provided at the Dubai Air Show last year. The forecasts are quite similar, with a slight uptick in demand over the next 20 years for the under 150 seat aircraft market. Let’s...
The GAMA first quarter 2022 shipments and billings report for the General Aviation sector, including business aircraft, was released last week. That report shows mixed results, with growth in the number of aircraft delivered, but a shortfall in revenue compared to...
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...
ACIA Aero Leasing (“ACIA”), a growing regional aircraft lessor and lease management services provider, announced the acquisition of its first Embraer E190. This is a significant step for the firm that has typically focused on smaller regional jets and turboprops....
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