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Comparative SWOT Analysis & Business Outlook - 2019 - Top Global Commercial Aircraft Turbofan Engine Manufacturers - Pratt & Whitney, GE Aviation, Rolls Royce, Safran

  • ID: 4801468
  • Report
  • July 2019
  • Region: Global
  • 100 Pages
  • Noealt Corporate Services
The Global Commercial Aircraft Turbofan Engines Market has Been in One of Its Longest Golden Phases Impacted by the Strong Demand Drivers and Favorable Macroeconomic Factors- Reported 2019


  • GE Aviation
  • Pratt & Whitney Inc.
  • Rolls Royce Holdings plc
  • Safran SA

The report provides a comprehensive Comparative SWOT framework analysis & Near Term Business Outlook on the World’s Top 4 Commercial Aircraft Turbofan Engines manufacturers. The report analyzes as to how the key industry OEMs are positioned, based on their Strengths & Weaknesses, and are gearing up for the highly dynamic & rapidly evolving market landscape with reference to the emerging Opportunities and potential Threats. The report also provides an analysis of key trends, issues & challenges likely to shape the industry’s future, outlining potential growth opportunities & projecting market outlook as well as demand growth projections for the near to medium horizon.

The Global Commercial Aircraft Turbofan engines market has been in one of its longest golden phases propelled by one of the longest aviation super-cycle being driven by strong tailwinds with strong demand drivers and favorable macroeconomic factors. The same has created a huge order backlog for the industry likely to translate into significant top-line growth potential for the aviation industry value chain over the next decade. The engine manufacturers are gearing up their global industrial base for a major production ramp up to meet delivery timelines with some transitioning from the production of previous generation engines to the latest engine programs. The technology landscape across the industry, too, is evolving radically with the development of hybrid-electric propulsion technologies for commercial aircrafts likely to become a functional reality by the middle of the next decade along with rapid developments on Urban Aerial Mobility (UAM) and Supersonic propulsion technologies underway.

The industry OEMs & players; which are able to adopt, invest in & incorporate right technologies for right applications to deliver overall value to customers, end users & stakeholders while creating significant competitive advantages for themselves, by leveraging this technology-led differentiation; will be at the forefront of the one of the most disruptive phases for the industry going forward which is likely to be marked by the introduction of a number of technology-enabled entirely new business models, concepts & solutions.

For Whom: Key Decision-Makers across Industry Value Chain:

  • Key Decision-Makers
  • Program & Procurement Managers
  • Top Management of Industry Players & Other Companies
  • Industry OEMs & Technology/Other Solutions Providers
  • Suppliers, Vendors and other Key Players in the Industry Value Chain
  • Airlines, MRO & Logistics Solutions Providers, Associated Equipment Manufacturers & Technology Solutions Providers
  • Existing & potential Investors
  • Industry & Company Analysts
  • M&A Advisory Firms
  • Strategy & Management Consulting Firms
  • PE Firms, Venture Capitalists and Financing & Leasing Companies
  • Researchers and all those associated with the industry in general

Features, Benefits & Reasons to Procure:

  • Quick Macro View and Big Picture Analysis
  • Blend of Quantitative & Qualitative Analysis for Strategic Planning Process
  • Quality & Reliability backed by over a decade of Research and Coverage of the Industry
  • Detailed Analysis on Engine Manufacturers
  • Visual Representation enabling Easy Comprehension
  • Meetings & Presentation Ready Format for Quick Application
  • Superior & Enriched User Experience with Incorporation of Relevant Images, Graphs & Infographics
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  • GE Aviation
  • Pratt & Whitney Inc.
  • Rolls Royce Holdings plc
  • Safran SA

Section 1: Key Global Commercial Aircraft Turbofan Engine Manufacturers - Business Snapshot

  • Founded
  • Headquartered
  • Business Segments
  • Product Portfolio
  • Revenue Base & Profitability
  • Market Capitalization
  • Key Executives
  • Shareholding/Ownership Structure

Section 2: Financial Performance Analysis – Key Industry OEMs

  • Revenue Base & Growth Trend
  • Revenues Split by Key Segments
  • Revenues Split by Key Geographic Markets & Regions
  • Gross Earnings & Margin Trend
  • Operating Earnings & Operating Margin Trend
  • Return on Sales Trend
  • Profitability Growth Trend
  • Cash Flow from Operations
  • R&D Expenditure Trend
  • CAPEX Trend
  • Order Intake & Engine Deliveries Trend

Section 3: Comparative SWOT Analysis – On Key Industry OEMs

  • Strengths to be Leveraged
  • Weaknesses to be worked on
  • Opportunities to be capitalized upon
  • Threats to be negated & mitigated

Section 4: Comparative Analysis of Strengths – Key Global Engine Manufacturers

  • GE Aviation
  • Pratt & Whitney Inc.
  • Rolls Royce Holdings plc
  • Safran SA

Section 5: Comparative Analysis of Weaknesses

  • GE Aviation
  • Pratt & Whitney Inc.
  • Rolls Royce Holdings plc
  • Safran SA

Section 6: Business Outlook Analysis – 2019

  • GE Aviation
  • Pratt & Whitney Inc.
  • Rolls Royce Holdings plc
  • Safran SA

Section 7: Key Trends

  • Market Trends
  • Technology Trends

Section 8: Key Issues, Challenges & Risk Factors

Section 9: Global Commercial Aircraft Turbofan Engines Market – Force Field Analysis - Analysis of Driving & Restraining Forces and their Overall Dynamics

  • Driving Forces
  • Restraining Forces

Section 10: Strategic Market Outlook – Commercial Aircraft Engines - 2018- 2036

  • Global Demand Outlook - Commercial Aircrafts – 2018-2037
  • Demand Forecasts for Commercial Aircraft Segments through 2037:
  1. Narrowbody
  2. Widebody
  3. Regional Jets
  • Demand Growth Projections for Commercial Aviation Turbofan Engines – In Units & Value
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  • GE Aviation
  • Pratt & Whitney Inc.
  • Rolls Royce Holdings plc
  • Safran SA
Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown