Development prospect and Investment Risk Forecast of Business Airplane Industry in China, 2015-2020


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2. Business Airplane Industry Operation in Global, 2014

2.1 Overall Situation, 2014
2.1.1Number of Business Airplane in Global

In 2014, the number of business airplane in Global is 39,254, increasing by 4.9% over last year, in which, US has 11,000 business airplane, accounting for 30% of total number in global.
 
Fig.6: Number of Business Airplane in Global, 2010-2014
  
Source: Civil Aviation Administration of China, Huidian Research
 
2.1.2 Scale and Distribution of Business Airplane Manufacturers in Global
At present, there mainly are 8 business airplane manufactures in global, in which, Gulfstream Aerospace, Cessna, Hawker Beechcraft Corporation and Boeing Company in US, Dassault aircraft company and Airbus in France, while Embraer S.A in Braizil. The output in these eight manufacturers accounts for about 90% of global output.
 
Fig.7: Market Shares of Business Airplane Manufacturers in Global
 
 
Source: Civil Aviation Administration of China, Huidian Research
 
2.1.3 Capacity and Profit Margin of Business Airplane Market in Global

In 2008, the global economy was influenced by financial crisis, so did the market capacity of business airplane. In 2009, the global market capacity of business airplane was about USD 10.8 billion, and decreased to USD 9.8 billion in 2012. In 2014, with the recovery of global economy, the global market capacity of business airplane was about USD 10.6 billion.
 
Fig.8: Global Market Capacity of Business Airplane, 2010-2014
 
Source: Civil Aviation Administration of China, Huidian Research
 
2.1.4 Business Airplanes, Mainstream in Developed Countries
Business Airplane originates from the developed countries in Euro-America. In 1937, the first business airplane appeared in US. In 1947, the first guidance organization of business airplane in world: National Business Aviation Association was founded in US. At present, this Association has 6,300 members, of which the total revenue accounts for more than half of GDP in US. The business aviation industry in US is very developed, there are 14,000 airports in US, of which only about 1,000 are used for public aviation, while over 10,000 are used for business aviation. In US, the general aviation (including business aviation as well as rescue, exploration and photography etc, special aviation) flies over 32 million hours each year, 2 times higher than civil aviation, and carries166 million passengers. 70% of general aviation hours are used for commercial purpose (Business airplane).
 
2.1.5 Statistics on New Delivery amount and Analysis on Comparison over last year of Business Airplane in Global Market
 
Influence by financial crisis in 2008, the delivery amount of business airplane in global decreased in last five years. In 2008, the delivery amount was 1,313, reaching the highest level in history. In 2009, the delivery amount was 870, decreasing by 28.3%. In 2013, with fading of financial crisis influence, the delivery amount grew positively for the first time in recent five years, hitting 678, up 0.9% over last year.
 
Fig.9: Delivery Amount and Growth Rate Over Last Year of Business Airplane in Global, 2009-2013