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Aerospace
Understand the global fleet

Understanding your challenges

  • Tracking new fleet developments by using multiple sources wastes analyst time and leads to inaccuracies that undermine forecasting
  • Growth plans will be ineffective if they do not take into account the regional splits of the various aircraft types in operation
  • It is difficult to collate an aircraft history that is comprehensive, covering such important details as owner changes and major incidents
  • Attempts to capitalise on emerging markets are likely to fail if not backed up by reliable data
  • Identifying seating and in-flight entertainment (IFE) suppliers for commercial aircraft is overly time-intensive

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How we do it

Our data provides the most comprehensive view of the global fleet
  • Benefit from the skills of a team of 35 aviation data experts validating and analyzing fleets data sourced from original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), airlines, banks, lessors, social media, news, clients, airports, operators, third parties and photographers
  • React quickly to market changes by using fleet data that is updated daily
  • Access user interfaces (UIs) and application programming interfaces (APIs) that present you with a single source with which to analyse fleet developments across the world

Highly detailed aircraft history records support your compliance activity
  • Conduct detailed analysis by accessing up to 4,000 event changes every day from a portfolio of 366,000 aircraft
  • Report exact dates of aircraft deliveries, letter of intent (LOI), engine deliveries, market factors such as temporary suspensions of type, damage sustained, return and the return-to-operation date
  • Review past owners, managers and maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) providers of all aircraft

Insight into maintenance providers gives you an edge against the competition
  • Drive your commercial strategy with knowledge of the contract end dates for 25,126 maintenance contracts split by region (Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, Middle East and North America)
  • Analyse the 85% of external MRO suppliers providing maintenance across the auxiliary power unit (APU), engine and engine components
  • Acquire the locations of 2,158 widebody, narrowbody and regional bays around the world

Gain the most comprehensive view available of the global fleet
  • 366,000 aircraft records made up of 112,000 commercial, 122,000 helicopters, 50,000 business jets and 70,000 military fixed-wing
  • Fleet information acquired by a team of 35 aviation experts and validated by 400+ automated tests
  • 20-year forecast produced by a team with over 80 years’ combined experience
  • Comprehensive aircraft profile pages, searchable by serial or registration number showing history, hours and cycles, maintenance and technical specifications

By helping you understand the complexities of the global fleet, we can help you to develop your revenue growth.

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Where does our data come from and what makes it the most authoritative

366,000 aircraft records made up of 112,000 commercial, 122,000 helicopters, 50,000 business jets and 70,000 military fixed-wing

Fleet information acquired by a team of 35 aviation experts and validated by 400+ automated tests

20-year forecast produced by a team with over 80 years’ combined experience

Comprehensive aircraft profile pages, searchable by serial or registration number showing history, hours and cycles, maintenance and technical specifications