A decade of BizJet recovery forecast

Aviation International News » July 2005
October 9, 2006, 4:23 AM

Forecast International predicts that nearly 10,900 business jets worth $141 billion will be manufactured between this year and 2014. “Between 2005 and 2014, Cessna, Bombardier and Eclipse Aviation will lead the market in unit production,” said Raymond Jaworowski, the Newtown, Conn. firm’s senior aerospace analyst. Two of the most dynamic segments within the business jet market are expected to be the very light jet (VLJ) class and the long-range business jet class. Forecast International projects that 3,476 VLJs will be produced over the next decade. But “over the long term, the market potential of the VLJs is heavily dependent on the success of VLJ-based air-taxi services,” said Jaworowski.

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