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28 November 2019 - 12:21, by , in Uncategorised, Comments off
Counterpoint has just released its latest report  – Aircraft Interiors 2019. We believe this is the most authoritative report on this USD 15.8 million market available today. As before, our team for this report includes Ben Bettell, who brings with him 35+ years of experience in the interiors sector. Our report offers: granular modelling, technical...
8 November 2019 - 17:15, by , in Fleet Analysis, Comments off
As Counterpoint are releasing its annual Aerospace Interiors report in the upcoming weeks, we thought we would share our latest thoughts on the Very Large Commercial Aircraft segment. By Very Large Aircraft, we mean Airbus’ A380 and Boeing’s 747-8i, and the prospects relate to speculation over their continuing operations over a period of lease ends,...
7 August 2019 - 9:44, by , in Uncategorised, Comments off
Counterpoint has just released its latest report – Aerospace machining 2019.  This is our second report on this sector and builds on our many years of writing reports on aerostructures and engine components and some work we have recently done on the landing gear market. Aerospace machining 2019 provides analysis of market trends and detailed...
2 August 2019 - 10:34, by , in Uncategorised, Comments off
Counterpoint’s July in Aviation During July, MTU Aero Engines and JetBlue airlines announced a lucrative 13-year deal from 2020-2033 worth US$4.5bn for MTU to maintain and manage JetBlue’s fleet of International Aero Engines V2500-A5 pre-Select engines. The deal was part of an industry growing trend of engine management. There is trend towards mature engine management,...
29 July 2019 - 10:27, by , in Uncategorised, Comments off
Our new valve report describes the main types of aerospace valve and their applications including pneumatic, hydraulic, solenoid and fuel. We describe the aerospace valve market structure and supply chain and give our estimates of the market shares of the leading suppliers, as well as providing estimates for market growth (2018-2028 CAGRs). This report also...
5 July 2019 - 16:03, by , in Uncategorised, Comments off
Like many Aviation Industry delegates, Counterpoint made the journey to Le Bourget and the Paris Air Show in June. Boeing 737 MAX speculation remains a central topic, but perhaps proactive discussion focussed on a New Single-Aisle Aircraft (NSA), and Boeing’s projected response to Airbus’ A321XLR that was launched at the show, attracting immediate new orders...
7 June 2019 - 8:11, by , in Uncategorised, Comments off
Boeing’s 737 MAX continues to find itself fixed at the top of the aviation media news items, and it is undoubtedly having big effects on many airlines and of course Boeing itself. Icelandair has cited 737 MAX issues for the redundancy of 24 pilots and the cancellation of recruitment for a further 21 pilots, whereas...
3 June 2019 - 12:13, by , in Uncategorised, Comments off
Counterpoint have launched their 15th annual review of the $65 billion world aerostructures market in 2018. This year, we find that, though some big suppliers are finding the aerostructures market too difficult, most tier-1 suppliers’ margins are rising, despite downward pressure from the aircraft OEMs. Our 2019 report also offers comprehensive market analysis including: Market...
7 March 2019 - 17:22, by , in Uncategorised, Comments off
Most welcome news for the aircraft enthusiast in February is Swiss’ commitment to its remaining five A340-300 aircraft. It is an aircraft that has seen diminishing numbers emphasised by continued operator fleet retirements from the likes of Air France, Cathay Pacific Airways, China Airlines, LAN, Virgin Atlantic; but to name a few. Limited secondary market...
31 January 2019 - 16:21, by , in Uncategorised, Comments off
January, always a fascinating month in the aviation calendar, as Airbus and Boeing tally their respective yearly orders and deliveries measured against their initial expectations. All reports had Boeing as the 2018 victor considering both orders and deliveries; a shake-up needed in Airbus’ twin-aisle offerings being cited by some industry participants. The reality of that...