Adam Pilarski

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Adam Pilarski

PILARSKI SAYS…What evolution can tell us about future of airline profitability

The relationship between oil price and the profitability of carriers is a complex one, writes  Adam Pilarski, Senior Vice-President at AVITAS. As featured in Airfinance Journal Column PILARSKI SAYS Some readers were dismayed by my May column in which I expressed doubts that from now on will be profitable forever, as some highly respected industry leaders claim. My belief is […]

Adam Pilarski

PILARSKI SAYS…Conflict between Airbus and Boeing threatens to burst bubble

The behaviour of the big two manufacturers could prove a problem for the market, writes Adam Pilarski, Senior Vice-President at AVITAS. As featured in Airfinance Journal Column PILARSKI SAYS A number of strange developments are happening relating to a potential bubble in aircraft production, especially in the narrowbody segment. Some data are beyond contestation. The number of aircraft ordered from […]

First quarter aircraft and helicopter shipments soft

Source: GAMA Key Points: Weakness across the board for General Aviation shipments While piston aircraft shipments were flat for the 1st quarter of 2015 vs. 2016, turboprop and business jets were down materially Value of all aircraft shipments was down double digits Helicopters down significantly as well with value of shipments for helicopters down by […]

Turboprop vs Regional Jet Aircraft Deliveries

Annual deliveries of turboprop aircraft declined dramatically during the past 20 years but since 2005 have enjoyed a resurgence in popularity. Turboprops are better suited to operate out of many regional airports and they will always be capable of performing certain missions (and short range flights in particular) more cost effectively than their jet-powered siblings.  […]