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Airbus sums up 2017 results: the results exceeded the targets

Airbus SE (stock exchange symbol: AIR) reported 2017   financial results and provided an outlook for 2018.  It overachieved on its 2017 guidance for all key performance indicators, driven by a strong underlying performance.

Prices in the secondary market are falling

According to the latest report from Asset Insight, as regards the state of the business aviation market, last quarter, prices for used aircraft continued to fall, but in the last year they fell by 22.6%.

Bell Helicopter’s supplies increase

Last year, supplies of Bell Helicopter’s commercial helicopters grew by 15.8% as the company increased shipments of its new Bell 505 Jet Ranger X. In total, the manufacturer last year delivered 132 helicopters to customers, including twenty-seven 505s, four 206 L / LTs, forty-four 407s, thirty-six 429s, thirteen 412s and eight Huey IIs. In 2016, Bell delivered 114 helicopters including ten 206 L / LTs, fifty seven 407s, twenty-eight 429s, ten 412s and nine Huey IIs.

Tajik Air is a leader in the CIS ranking

According to the Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC), Tajik Air took the leading place in many parameters of air transportation services among the 12 post-Soviet states over the past two years.

Boeing sets airplane delivery record, finishes 2017 with larger order book

Delivered 763 commercial airplanes to lead industry for sixth straight year.

Business jet market moves towards new reality

It is expected that by the end of the year the cost of business aircraft on the secondary market will continue to decline, as an increasing proportion of stocks fall on old models. Also, according to Asset Insight, the consulting company, the number of sellers in the secondary market has traditionally increased in the fourth quarter.

“Lost decade” for light and medium jets ends

Light and medium business jets have almost passed so-called “lost decade”. But as regards large-sized aircraft that have largely managed to avoid this problem, it can still be ahead, said Jon Raviv, senior aviation and military analyst working with Citi Research.

IATA: global airline industry enjoys favourable period

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) presented its regular forecast for the global profit of the air transportation market.

Forecast International prepares another study of the new business jets supply market for the next 15 years

The Forecast International Consulting Agency has prepared its another study of the market supply of new business jets for the next 15 years. A document called Platinum Forecast International 3.1 was published by the company last week.

IATA predicts almost double increase in the number of air passengers worldwide by 2036

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) expects 7.8 billion passengers to travel in 2036, a near doubling of the 4 billion air travelers expected to fly this year, Interfax writes.