In its latest Business Jet Update released yesterday, UBS Investment Research predicts 8- to 10-percent growth in bizjet flight activity for the coming year, with a 12- to 14-percent increase in movements for the first half of next year, based on recent trends.
Deterioration in the business jet market is continuing to slow, according to UBS Investment Research’s latest monthly business jet report. The September market index came in at 43, some 16 percent higher than in July and the sixth straight move higher but still short of the 50 mark that indicates market growth.
Deterioration in the business jet market is continuing to slow, according to UBS Investment Research’s latest monthly business jet report, which was released on Friday. The September market Index came in at 43, 16 percent higher than in July and the sixth straight move higher.
Available business jet inventories dropped 2 percent in August, the second sequential decline in three months, following 18 months of consecutive increases, according to a business jet report issued by UBS Investment Research. Despite the decline, available inventories are still at 17 percent of the in-service fleet, some 36-percent higher than August last year.
Market conditions for pre-owned rotorcraft are “below normal levels and falling,” according to a monthly rotorcraft survey from UBS Investment Research in early September.
The firm’s latest rotorcraft composite index, which measures overall business conditions, came in at 40, about 5 percent higher than the previous UBS survey. But it remained 10 points below conditions indicative of growth.
UBS Investment Research’s September business jet market index came in at 43, 16-percent higher than its previous survey in July and moved upward for the sixth consecutive month, “indicative of continued slowing in the rate of market deterioration.” However, UBS analyst David Strauss noted, the index continues to be “weighed down” by weak pricing and record-high inventory levels of pre-owned business jets, in addition to not yet crossing the th
Market conditions for pre-owned rotorcraft are “below normal levels and falling,” according to a monthly rotorcraft survey published last week by UBS Investment Research. The firm’s latest rotorcraft composite index, which measures overall business conditions, came in at 40, some 5 percent higher than UBS’s previous survey but still 10 points below conditions that would show expansion.
UBS Investment Research’s latest Business Jet Market Index, released this morning, shows the fifth consecutive move higher, “indicative of a continuing slowing in the rate of market deterioration.” The index, which measures the change in a group of business aviation professionals’ views from previous UBS index surveys, came in at 37, slightly higher than the 35 reported in May and greatly above the record-low of 13 in November.
Inventories of used turbine helicopters have been building since the middle of last year, “but now appear to be stabilizing, albeit at record-high levels,” UBS Investment Research noted in its first turbine helicopter inventory report. According to UBS aerospace/aviation analyst David Strauss, about 1,010 helicopters were on the market at the end of last month, including 974 used models and 36 new delivery positions.
The pre-owned business jet market appears to have bottomed out last month, according to UBS Investment Research’s latest business jet update, released this morning. “Available business jet inventories stepped down 2 percent in June after sequential increases in each of the prior 18 months,” UBS aerospace and aviation analyst David Strauss noted in the report.