Boeing estimates 4.5 trillion dollars market and 34 000 new aircraft
Looking at the past few years, it is very clear how the airlines market has grown a lot and is growing year by year. Boeing estimates a market of 4.5 trillions of dollars and 34 000 of new aircraft over the next 20 years.
Civil air traffic is projected to increase annually with 5% and freight traffic with 5.2% over the next two decades. Single-aisle aircraft, models Boeing 737 Next Generation and 737 MAX, will be the most sought after, and estimates say they will be delivered over 23 000 units during the 2012-2031 period.
Neither will the two-color aircraft market be in place. Although their number will be much smaller compared to that of single-aisle aircraft, the value will be approximately equal. Below is an estimate of deliveries by aircraft size:
|New aircraft delivered during the period: 2012-2031|
|Airplane type||Total deliveries||Estimated value|
|One lane||23240||2.030 billion|
|Two colors||7950||2.080 billion|
|Very large planes||790||280 billion|
|Regional jets||2020||80 billion|
The rapid and rapid growth of China, India and other emerging areas will influence deliveries over the coming 20 years. Low-cost companies will record rapid growth, above the estimated average. There is also a significant demand for more reliable and efficient aircraft. Over 40% of deliveries will mean renewals of existing fleets.
The Asia-Pacific market, including China, leads to the number of aircraft expected for delivery, and below are the statistics by region:
|New planes delivered by region: 2012-2031|
The worldwide cargo fleet will double from 1740 units over 3200 to 2031