REDBOOK: Q1 2022 – Engine Market Update

In this edition of mba Aviation’s Insight Series, Garrick Rice, Director – Asset Valuations, analyzes the Engine Market moving forward into 2022.

PRIVATE AIRCRAFT GOING, GOING, … GONE

In this edition of mba Aviation’s Insight Series, Anna Kopinski, Senior Associate – Asset Valuations, analyzes the private aircraft market considering the current scarcity in availability.

CFM56-5B Market

In this edition of mba Aviation’s Insight Series, Garrick Rice, Director – Asset Valuations, provides an update regarding the current CFM56-5B market dynamics as they relate to comparable engine types.

UAS – Commercial Outlook

In this edition of mba Aviation’s Insight Series, Bailey Cortright, Unmanned Aircraft Systems Intern, assesses the current state of the commercial UAS industry and provides insight on the outlook of the industry.

Key Concepts:

  • sUAS Growth
  • Commercial Applications of UAS
  • Technical Considerations of UAS
  • Regulatory Integration of UAS

 

Can the A350-900F Compete With Boeing’s Line Up?

In this edition of mba Aviation’s Insight Series, Anna Kopinski looks at the potential operating characteristics of the rumored A350-900F and how they compare in the Boeing-dominated freighter space.

Narrowbody Engine Q1 2021 Update: CFM and IAE Shop Visit Forecast and Values

In this edition of mba Aviation’s Insight Series, Garrick Rice, Director – Asset Valuations, provides an update regarding the Commercial Narrowbody Engine Market.  Discussing key engine value drivers and how they have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Corporate Jet Market Conditions – 1H20

In this edition of mba Aviation’s Insight Series, mba Valuations Group explores the Corporate Jet Market.

How Many Aircraft did Major Airlines Operate Last Week?

In this edition of mba Aviation’s Insight Series, Ryan Cross investigates the fleet activity of major operators throughout the past week.

Key Concepts:

  • United Airlines leads the three US legacy carriers in terms of fleet activity, with 78% of its aircraft flying in the past week days—albeit with each aircraft typically operating fewer frequencies.
  • China’s large carriers are ahead of the rest of the world in fleet activation rates, with China Eastern Airlines and China Southern Airlines both operating a significant majority of their fleets.
  • The two main Australian carriers lag behind major operators elsewhere in the world.

U.S. Air Operator Safety Trend

In this edition of mba Aviation’s Insight Series, Danielle Hershey compares Part 121 Air Carrier Operations and Part 135 Air Taxi and Commuter Operations significant safety event trends.

Key Concepts:

  • Part 121 Air Carrier Operations continue to hold steady despite one significant event in 2019.
  • Although Part 135 Air Taxi and Commuter accidents with substantial damage have a decreasing trend over the past ten years, significant accidents continue to rise for Part 135 Operations.
  • Overall, Part 121 Air Carrier Operations continues to show a steady and stable trend within safety.