DUBLIN, Nov. 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The “Global Wide-Body Aircraft Market – 2022-2041 – Market Size, Competitive Landscape & Market Shares, Strategies & Plans for Aircraft OEMs, Trends & Growth Opportunities, Market Outlook & Forecast through 2041” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
The report analyses & provides comprehensive insights into the Global Wide-Body Aircraft Market with focus on a blend of quantitative & qualitative analysis
The Global Wide-Body Aircraft market has been on a long recovery path following the devastation caused by the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic since early 2020 which effectively grounded a majority of global, in-service wide-body fleet and accelerated the retirement of a large number of in-utilization quad-jets across carriers globally while also being responsible for the earlier than anticipated closure of the 747 and A380 production lines across both sides of the Atlantic.
The ongoing steady recovery in demand & activity levels across airlines globally has been steady as well as encouraging, especially for domestic travel, while international travel is still impacted and needs more time to recover to pre-pandemic levels amid challenging market conditions and mounting pressures on the sustainability front
The view from the supply side, however, is equally complex & challenging marked by supply chain disruptions, constraints and labor shortages with the situation being really acute for the engine manufacturers who are unable to ramp up engines production from the abysmally low levels reached during the pandemic.
The industry supply chains and the global aviation industrial base are still carving their way out of the pandemic blues & inflicted financial blows while battling rising input costs, surging inflation and rising interest rates environment with the scenario unlikely to ameliorate over near term. The recent resumption of 787 deliveries has come as a big relief for Boeing as well as its supply chain while the 777X program’s certification & EIS have been further delayed.
The surge in global air cargo traffic following the pandemic & the boost in e-commerce globally has so far been the sole silver line against a cloudy skyline for the wide body OEMs & operators with both Airbus and Boeing trying to make the most of it with the launch of A350F and the 777-8F freighter aircrafts
Market Outlook, Trends & Challenges:
The aviation supplier base & supply chains need to effectively spring back into action resiliently while offsetting the severe cuts made during the pandemic and gear up rapidly for growth going forward with production ramp-ups likely for narrow-bodies over near term which are likely to peak again close to the pre-pandemic levels by mid to end of 2023.
The long-term industry fundamentals for narrow & wide-body aircrafts, however, remain robust and firmly in place with forecasts for strong tailwinds to prevail in form of deliveries of around 40,000+ new airplanes by the industry projected over the next two decades with the wide-bodies projected to account for around 18% of them in unit terms.
Additionally, sustainability challenges remain the top long term priority for commercial aviation with the industry required to go green and absolutely carbon-neutral by 2050 by focusing on sustainability and transitioning to sustainable power sources which will be most challenging for the wide-bodies
The report would be indispensable for those having strategic interest & stakes in the Global Commercial Aircraft Market. The report will be extremely useful for Key Decision-Makers, Program Managers, Global Procurement Managers, Legacy Carriers as well as LCCs, cargo airlines & air cargo carriers, Top Management of Industry Players & Other Companies, Industry OEMs, Aviation Supplier Base, Vendors, Lessors, MRO Services Providers, Technology & Other Services Solution Providers like P2F converters and other Key Players in the Industry Value Chain.
The report will also be useful for existing & potential Investors, Industry & Company Analysts, M&A Advisory Firms, Strategy & Management Consulting Firms, PE Firms, Venture Capitalists, Financing & Leasing Companies, Researchers and all those associated with the Global Commercial Aviation Industry.
The report is comprehensive yet concise & compact at the same time; is custom-built for meetings & presentations, in addition, to being a ready self-reckoner as well as a quick reference guide driving, enabling & ensuring prompt and informed decision making
The report will provide answers to key questions, which include:
What is the Structure & Size of the Global Wide-Body Aircraft Market?
How is the Global Wide-Body Aircraft Market split across players, in terms, of Market Shares?
Which are the Strategic Areas & Market Segments being focused upon by the Aircraft OEMs?
What are the Key Strategies & Plans being Conceptualized & Pursued by leading Aircraft Manufacturers?
What is the size & distribution of existing, in-service fleet of Wide-Body aircrafts globally?
Which are going to be the Key Growth Markets & Regions for Wide-Body Aircrafts through 2041?
Which are the Key Industry, Market & Technology Trends likely to Shape the Future of Commercial Aviation?
What is the Demand Outlook for Wide-Body Aircrafts across Regions through 2041?
Key Topics Covered:
Part 1: Market Size and Dynamics
Section 1: Global Wide-Body Aircraft Market – Introduction & Overview
Section 2: Market Segmentation
2.1 Global Wide-Body Aircraft Market – Key Aircraft Platforms & Programs across Segments
2.2 Market Size – Global Wide-Body Aircraft Market – in Units & Value
Section 3: Global Wide-Body Aircraft Fleet
3.1 Global Wide-Body Aircraft Fleet – Size and Distribution
3.2 Fleet Distribution by Segments
3.3 Fleet Distribution by Regions
3.4 Fleet Distribution by OEMs
3.5 Fleet Share by OEMs
3.6 Fleet Share by Aircraft Programs
Section 4: Commercial Aviation – Wide-Body Segment – Key Demand & Market Driversv
Section 5: Competitive Landscape
5.1 Market Shares for Manufacturers – In Delivery Units & Value
5.2 Order Backlog Shares for OEMs
5.3 Order Backlog Shares for Aircraft Platforms
5.4 Order Intake Shares for Aircraft OEMs
5.5 Order Intake Shares for Aircraft Platforms across Segments
Section 6: Global Wide-Body Aircraft Deliveries Split by Key Geographic Regions and Segments
6.1 Global Wide-Body Aircraft Deliveries Trend & Split by Key Segments
6.1.1 Entry-Level & Medium Wide-Bodies
6.1.2 Large Wide-Bodies
6.2 Aircraft Deliveries by the Industry across Key Geographic Regions
Part 2: Analysis on the Duopoly of Wide-Body Aircraft OEMs: Boeing & Airbus
Section 7: Business Structure & Snapshot
7.3 Business Segments
7.5 Product Portfolio – Major Narrow Body Aircraft Programs and Competing Programs
7.6 Market Capitalization
7.7 Key Executives
7.8 Shareholding Pattern & Structure
Section 8: Financial Performance Snapshot -Charts & Analysis for each OEM:
8.1 Revenue Base & Growth Trend
8.2 Revenues Split by Key Segments
8.3 Revenues Split by Key Geographic Markets & Regions
8.4 Gross Earnings & Margin Trend
8.5 Operating Earnings & Operating Margin Trend
8.6 Return on Sales Trend
8.7 Profitability Growth Trend
8.8 Cash Flow from Operations
8.9 R&D Expenditure Trend
10. CAPEX Trend
Section 9: Strategic Positioning & SWOT Analysis – For Each of the Wide-Body Aircraft Manufacturers
Section 10: Overall Strategy Focus – For the Aircraft OEMs
Section 11: Key Strategies & Plans – For the Aircraft OEMs – Comprehensive Analysis of Key Strategies & Plans for each Aircraft Manufacturer
11. Product Portfolio Strategies & Plans
11.2 Market Specific Strategies & Plans
11.3 R&D Strategies & Plans
11.4 Growth Strategies & Plans
11.5 Business & Corporate Strategies & Plans
11.6 Sales & Marketing Strategies & Plans
11.7 Production/Manufacturing Strategies & Plans
11.8 Financial Strategies & Plans
11.9 Acquisitions, Strategic Alliances & JVs
11.10 Other Strategies & Strategic Initiatives
Part 3: Projects Market Evolution for Wide-Body Aircrafts Over Medium to Long Term
Section 12: Global Commercial Aircraft Market – Force Field Analysis – Analysis of Driving & Restraining Forces and their Overall Dynamics
Section 13: Key Industry Trends
Section 14: Key Market Trends
Section 15: Key Technology Trends
Section 16: Key Issues, Challenges & Risk Factors
Section 17: Strategic Market Outlook – Global Wide-Body Aircraft Market – 2022-2041
17.1 Analysis of Emerging Market Scenario for Commercial Aviation in the Post Pandemic World – Macro Trend & Projected Aircraft Deliveries
17.2 Global Wide-Body Aircraft Deliveries Forecasts – 2022-2041 – In Units Terms
17.3 Delivery Forecasts for Wide-Body Aircrafts – 2022-2041 – In Value Terms
17.4 Delivery Shares Forecasts for Wide-Bodies in the Global Commercial Aircraft Market – 2022-2041
17.5 Projected Global In-Service Wide-Body Aircraft Fleet Forecast through 2041 – In Units
17.6 Global In-Service Wide-Body Aircraft Fleet Distribution by Regions & Growth Projections through 2041
17.7 Global In-Service Wide-Body Airplane Fleet Growth Forecast – Pre-Pandemic levels through 2041
17.8 Global Projected Wide-Body Airplane Deliveries Split for Geographic Regions – 2022-2041
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