Commercial Aviation Quarterly Update and Outlook Q2 2016

  • ID: 3852596
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 37 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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Inside the Supercycle - Supply Chain Challenges
This quarterly update of the commercial aircraft production effort reflects adjustments to the ambitious production schedules reported in the last outlook. These changes will have an effect on everyone in the supply chain, but will effect second and third tier suppliers most significantly during the in-progress model changes.

This will result in revisions of the suppliers' production schedules and their revenue expectations. The outlook portion of this research also looks at the future fight for middle of the market aircraft. As other OEMs forecast entry into the market, Airbus and Boeing continue their fight for dominance.
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1. Executive Summary
  • The Future of Aerospace Manufacturing in North America to 2030
  • North America-Aircraft Production and List Values 2016
  • North America-Aircraft Production and List Values 2025
  • Boeing Shift-Decoupling Employment/Production
  • Program Update
2. Delivery Outlook
  • Total Aircraft Production 2010–2025
3. Airbus-Boeing Delivery Outlook
  • Boeing Production Outlook (Units as of End Q2 2016)
  • Boeing Production Outlook (Shares as of Q1 2016)
  • Airbus Production Outlook (Units as of End Q2 2016)
  • Airbus Production Outlook (Shares as of End Q2 16)
  • Boeing-Airbus-Unit Shares
  • Boeing-Airbus-Aircraft Revenue Shares
  • Boeing-Airbus-Widebody Production Share
  • Boeing-Airbus-Narrowbody Production Share
  • Airbus Book-to-Bill Ratio
  • Boeing Book-to-Bill Ratio
  • OEM Production and Revenue Shares 2015–2025
  • Production-Operators Regional Distribution 2015–2025
  • The Case for Middle of Market Aircraft (MoM)
  • Transforming and Accelerating Innovation-Dassault Systèmes’ Approach
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