Global Commercial Aircraft Market Results and Outlook, Q4 2016

Model Changes and Delivery Pressures Drive Some OEMs into Less Than 1.0 Book-to-Bill Ratios
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Published: 21 Apr 2017

This quarterly update of the global commercial aircraft production effort reflects adjustments to the ambitious production schedules reported in the last outlook, Q3 2016. These changes will have an effect on everyone in the supply chain, but will impact second and third tier suppliers most significantly during the in-progress model changes. This will result in revisions of the suppliers' production schedules and their revenue expectations. Research Scope: • Program highlights (entry into service timeline) • Aircraft production history and forecast (2010–2025) • Delivery outlook (narrowbody production, widebody production, regional production, Boeing-Airbus unit share, Bombardier-Embraer revenue share, competitors’ book-to-bill ratio, OEM production and revenue share, operators’ regional distribution, and competitive M&A. This edition also includes a forecast for production of business jet aircraft. As other OEMs forecast entry into the market, Airbus and Boeing continue their fight for dominance. Embraer and ATR are making life difficult for Bombardier in the regional aircraft market. Book-to-bill ratios are under 1.0 for several manufacturers.


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