17:08 uur 15-05-2019

Jetcraft lanceert de eerste nieuwe en pre-owned marktprognose in de industrie

Meer dan $150 miljard aan omzet voorspeld in de komende vijf jaar

LONDEN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jetcraft, de wereldwijde marktleider in de verkoop en overname van zakenvliegtuigen, publiceert een 5-jarige prognosemarktprognose voor nieuwe en tweedehands vliegtuigen – de eerste in zijn soort om nieuwe en tweedehands luchtvrachttransacties te voorspellen.

De nieuwe voorspelling voorziet 11.765 transacties van gebruikte toestellen in de komende vijf jaar, wat overeenkomt met een waarde van $61 miljard, en 3.444 nieuwe leveringen, goed voor $90,5 miljard. Tegen 2023 wordt verwacht dat de industriële waarde bijna $30 miljard per jaar zal bereiken.

Jahid Fazal-Karim, eigenaar en bestuursvoorzitter van Jetcraft, zegt: “Dit is de eerste voorspelling voor het nauwkeurig analyseren van zowel nieuwe als tweedehands bedrijfsvliegtuigen gedurende een periode van vijf jaar.”

Jetcraft Launches Industry’s First New and Pre-Owned Market Forecast

More than $150 billion in sales predicted over the next five years

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Jetcraft, the global leader in business aircraft sales and acquisitions, is releasing a 5-Year New & Pre-Owned Business Aviation Market Forecast – the first of its kind to predict both new and pre-owned aircraft transactions.

The new forecast anticipates 11,765 pre-owned transactions over the next five years, equating to $61bn in value, and 3,444 new deliveries, representing $90.5bn. By 2023 it is expected that industry value will reach nearly $30bn per annum.

Jahid Fazal-Karim, Owner and Chairman of the Board at Jetcraft, says: “This is the first forecast to precisely analyze both new and pre-owned business aircraft transactions over a five-year period. The findings show that our industry will continue to grow in size and scale, hitting nearly $30bn per year in revenue by 2023, a truly impressive figure.

“New aircraft unit deliveries are predicted to stay flat throughout the forecast period while generating higher revenues, due to the increase in large aircraft transactions. Meanwhile, the pre-owned market is forecast to grow at a proportionally faster rate than new.”

Pre-owned business aircraft transactions are expected to outpace those of new deliveries four to one by 2023, according to Jetcraft’s forecast.

Fazal-Karim continues: “Buyers who in the past exclusively bought new aircraft are now more willing to consider pre-owned if it suits their mission, partly due to better opportunities for aircraft refurbishment and increasing MRO capabilities.”

Jetcraft’s forecast also maintains the clear shift towards large aircraft, both in pre-owned and new unit deliveries and highlights that the average retirement age of a business aircraft is 32.

Fazal-Karim concludes: “Our new forecast better reflects the current aircraft ownership experience and provides a more focused view of the industry. We are set for a dynamic five years, both in pre-owned and new aircraft transactions and I look forward to Jetcraft playing its part.”

Jetcraft’s full 2019 5-Year New & Pre-Owned Business Aviation Market Forecast is available to download at https://www.jetcraft.com/knowledge/market-forecast.


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