DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rbh56h/global_business) has announced the addition of the "Global Business Aircraft Market" report to their offering.
The business aircraft market was a growing, dynamic market for many years. In 2007, with the "Great Recession," the business aircraft market collapsed along with the general aviation market. The scene with the big three auto executives admitting to Congress that they had all arrived in their company business jets to ask for money from the American people helped seal the fate of the business aircraft market.
While all areas of the market declined significantly, the large aircraft market and turboprop market have been resistant to downward pressures, unlike the light end of the market. This research looks at the market from 2012 through 2020, both from aircraft deliveries and potential aircraft sales.
Key Questions This Study Will Answer
- Have cessations of business activities reached a logical conclusion?
- Can aircraft manufacturers expect to gain additional sales?
- Will price points drive less functionality?
- Do very light jets have much of a future?
- Will production of new aircraft eliminate most modification operations?
- What effect will the reduction in OEMs have on the aircraft price point?
Key Topics Covered:
- Executive Summary
- Market Overview
- Total Business Aircraft Market:
- Heavy Jet Segment Breakdown
- Medium Jet Segment Breakdown
- Light Jet Segment Breakdown
- Turboprop Segment Breakdown
- Services Segment Breakdown
- North America Breakdown
- Europe Breakdown
- Asia-Pacific Breakdown
- Middle East and Africa Breakdown
- Latin America Breakdown
- The Last Word
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