Category Archives: Analytics

Avionics shipments grow 10 consecutive quarters

According to data released by the Aviation Electronics Association, during the Jan-Jun 2019 period, sales of avionics for business and general aviation increased by 14%, as compared to last year, to just over US $ 1.5 billion.

Countries named whose residents most often travel abroad by plane

Residents of the UK, USA and China most often traveled abroad by plane in 2018. This was shown by a study by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), according to Interfax.

World airlines increased passenger traffic by 7% in 2018

In 2018, world airlines increased transportation by 6.9%, as compared to 2017, up to 4.4 billion people, Interfax reported citing data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

Net profit of AIRBUS increased by 2.4 times in H1 2019

Airbus, the European aircraft manufacturing concern, increased its net profit by 2.4 times in the H1 2019, as compared to the same period last year – up to EUR 1,197 billion, as it follows from the company’s statements.

Expert: It is more expedient for Uzbekistan to purchase A-320 aircraft

The Ministry of Transport, Uzbekistan, is considering the option of buying a regional turboprop ATR 72-600 aircraft.

BOEING’s loss amounts to US $ 793 million in H1 2019 against a profit a year ago

The net loss of the Boeing Co., one of the world’s largest manufacturers of aviation, space and military equipment, totaled US $ 793 million in the H1 of 2019, while the company had a net profit of US $ 4,673 billion a year earlier, according to the company.

Business jets market capacities to grow by 2030

According to new market research, the market capacities of business jets is projected to grow by 2030. If today it is US $ 24.7 billion, then after 11 years it will reach the mark of US $ 36.4 billion.

Fitch, Moody’s cut Boeing’s debt outlook to ‘negative’ on 737 MAX problems

Fitch Ratings and Moody’s lowered their outlooks for Boeing Co to “negative” from “stable” on Monday, citing delays in its 737 MAX jets’ return to service, Trend reports citing Reuters.

Bell Helicopter reduces helicopter shipments in Q2 2019

US manufacturer Bell Helicopter included in Textron delivered 53 commercial helicopters to customers in the Q2 2019, delivered 53 commercial helicopters in the three-month period—four less than in the year-ago quarter—.

Turboprops, Phenom 300Es become cheaper more slowly

According to the second annual 15-year forecast for residual serial aircraft from Vref, single-engine turboprop aircraft, such as the Pilatus PC-12 and Cessna Caravan, showed the lowest level of depreciation in the industry. Both of these aircraft are expected to retain 70% of their original value in 2034.