Category Archives: Analytics

Brief autumn summary of Uzbekistan Airways

The national air carrier of Uzbekistan presented a brief summary of the most significant airline events for September – November 2019.

GAMA reports for Jan-Sep 2019

The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) has published industry results for the January – September 2019. According to the GAMA’s report, during the three quarters of 2019, the supply of piston aircraft and business jets increased, as compared to the same period in 2018, while the supply of turboprop aircraft and helicopters decreased.

Airline ticket sales for flights from abroad to Uzbekistan increase in price by 1/3

Aviasales.uz experts analyzed foreign bookings for 2019 and found out from which countries people come to Uzbekistan. The first lines of the ranking were taken by Russia, Kazakhstan and South Korea.

Flights from Russia to Kazakhstan to become cheaper, as new low-cost airline arrives in the market

Flights from Russia to Kazakhstan will become cheaper by about 10-15% in December 2019.

Bombardier awaiting strong fourth quarter

In the Q3 2019, the Canadian Bombardier Business Aircraft, a subsidiary of the Bombardier’s Business Aircraft Manufacturing Division, handed over 31 business jets to its customers, which is the same as last year. However, the company was able to increase revenue by 4% to $ 1.558 billion, thanks to the supply of two Global 7500 and the first Global 6500.

GlobalAir.com watches revival of secondary market

GlobalAir.com, an aviation information online resource and BuyPlane application developer, said at the NBAA-BACE 2019 that the cost of used aircraft hosted on the site increased to US $ 6.5 billion in the Q3 2019 or by about 17% higher than a year ago.

Airbus net profit increased 1.5 times in January – September 2019

The Airbus Group’s net profit in January – September 2019 increased by 1.5 times, as compared to the same period last year, and amounted to EUR 2.186 billion, Prime reported with reference to the company’s financial statements.

Honeywell forecasts supply growth in 2020

The Arizona-based company (Booths N1816B and N4302) issued its 28th annual Global Business Aviation Outlook on the eve of NBAA’s annual conference and exhibition, covering a period through 2029.

BOEING’s net profit for January-September fell 19 times

The net profit of the U.S. Boeing Co., one of the world’s largest manufacturers of aviation, space and military equipment, fell 19 times during the first three quarters of 2019, down to $ 374 million from last year’s value of more than US $ 7 billion, the company reported.

AIRBUS: global air traffic to grow by an average of 4.3% per year until 2038

According to a new forecast presented by Airbus, as regards development of the global passenger and cargo airline industry, by 2038 the global fleet of aircraft with a size of 100 passenger seats will more than double from 23,000 to 48,000 aircraft.