Where are the Aircraft Orders? Order backlog for commercial jet aircraft by major world region
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GDP and Passenger Traffic Growth
AVITAS Chart of the Month – October (an AVITAS mini Case Study). The Demise of the A319 and the 737-700. What Happened?
Combined, the A319 and 737-700 currently have more than 2,400 aircraft in service—a very big number overall; but, their deliveries and order book backlogs has shrunk substantially in recent years. Their decline owes to two key developments: the increase in fuel prices and the growth in low cost airlines; together, both of these […]
Business Jet Aircraft Shipments Looking Tired Click here to download
LCCs Market Clout is Large and Growing Click here to download
The economic cycle is key to explaining aviation growth or contraction. Growth in the economy expands demand in passenger and cargo traffic which in turn creates demand for commercial aircraft. And, airplane values rise and fall on the strength of the economy. Thus, understanding the timing of the economic cycle is most important. So, […]
The retirement of commercial jet aircraft are driven by many things. Chief among them and on a macro-basis are age and technological changes which motivates airlines to re-fleet and retire aircraft. But, a more penetrating look indicates that Oil Price and Interest Rates have played an important role over the long-term. The scatter-plot on the […]
Chart of the Month will be a recurrent feature of AVITAS.com. Each month, we will produce a Chart that will provide some insight and data into industry developments and trends. This time, the Chart summarizes, across a time series, the number of commercial aircraft that are in the order book (yet to be delivered). This […]