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Understand aircraft market outlook

Understanding your challenges:

  • Flawed market predictions of aircraft orders and deliveries distort long-term planning.
  • Collating credible and accurate market outlooks absorbs valuable analyst time.
  • Failures of competitor and market insight misdirect strategic positioning and lead to reduced market share

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How we help:

Best-in-class data, harnessed by our methodical projection system, ensures robust forecasting of orders and deliveries.
  • Conduct comprehensive analysis by accessing data for 197,714 in-service, stored and on-order aircraft split across 67,520 helicopters, 47,815 commercial, 34,968 military fixed-wing, and 34,263 business jets.
  • Perform detailed fleet analysis by utilizing on order, on option and letter-of-intent (LOI) data for 14,563 narrowbody jets and 3,293 widebody jets.
  • Access figures through a single-source platform displayed either as a UI or API functionality.

Our independent forecasts provide a reliable benchmark to validate investment plans.
  • Base your analysis on figures for the next 20 years showing delivery plans for 43,725 new commercial jet and turboprop aircraft.
  • Gain a deeper understanding of the future fleet with a 20 year forecast of deliveries for single-aisle, twin-aisle, regional jet, turboprop and freighter aircraft.
  • Plan in confidence backed by forecasts from a team with over 80 years’ combined aviation expertise,using FlightGlobal’s authoritative data solutions.

Granular search of aircraft type and delivery region reveals maintenance opportunities aligned to your locations and competencies.
  • Filter searches by aircraft type for all in-service and on-order aircraft.
  • Export fleet data directly to Microsoft Excel for proprietary in-depth analysis.
  • Inform your strategy with regional analysis about deliveries. For example: North America will constitute 18% and Asia-Pacific excluding China will make up 24%.

We help you mitigate risk by providing you with an independent outlook of the global fleet.

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

The most comprehensive view of the global fleet

Over 379,000 unique aircraft records made up of 176,566 in-service aircraft across helicopters, commercial, military fixed-wing, business and utility transport fleets.

Data sourced from dedicated aviation researchers

A team of 35 aviation researchers collate data on a daily basis from aircraft registers, OEMs, banks and lessors with additional information obtained from clients, news providers, social media and photographic evidence.

A trusted quality control procedure

Data quality is paramount to FlightGlobal and there are numerous processes to ensure our clients receive the best quality data possible. The team uses a bespoke application that runs a series of over 400 automated tests to check data integrity.

The most informed view of aircraft utilization

Gain a comprehensive flight-by-flight history for each individual aircraft in the global fleet, including taxi, airborne and turn times.