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Civil Aircraft Forecast


Let the Civil Aircraft Forecast be your guide to the shifting forces that will impact and alter this high-value market in the years ahead. The Civil Aircraft Forecast covers all facets of the fixed-wing commercial and private aviation industry. It includes more than 70 detailed reports, complete with production forecasts on individual civil aircraft families. Four Market Segment Analyses provide in-depth examination of the markets for Large Commercial Jet Transports, Regional Aircraft, Business Jets, and General Aviation/Utility Aircraft.

Completing the service are seven appendices providing additional pertinent data on this market. These appendices detail a range of valuable information, and include consolidated production statistics, 10 years of historical production, a listing of aircraft sorted by powerplant, and a world airline inventory.



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The Platinum Forecast System® provides real-time 15-year market forecasts. It is a user-driven, online interface that allows you to quickly create customized market assessments that identify both risk and future opportunities. With its immediate graphical solutions to queries and supporting data tables, Platinum can expedite your research, boosting efficiency while enhancing the accuracy of your results. Users can select up to 25 years of data inclusive of 10 years of historical production and 15-year forecasts. This product is available 24/7, and is updated in real time, facilitating instant delivery of late-breaking information to users all over the world via the Internet.
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Clients ordering our Market Intelligence Services in DVD format receive quarterly issued disks. Data is provided in Rocket Folio™ software, offering users rapid and accurate searches across all of our intelligence products. Numerous high-powered features enable users to easily extract the information necessary to make mission-critical decisions. DVD services are sold on the basis of a licensed operating period, and are time-dated. Licenses are available for multiple sites and multiple users, contact us for details.
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