Boeing has projected demand for greater than 41,000 new airplanes by 2041, underscoring aviation trade resilience two years after the pandemic started, in its 2022 Commercial Market Outlook (CMO). Boeing launched the CMO, its annual long-term forecast, upfront of the Farnborough International Airshow.
The CMO forecasts a market worth of $7.2 trillion for new airplane deliveries, with the worldwide fleet rising by 80% by 2041 in comparison with 2019 pre-pandemic ranges. Approximately half of passenger jet deliveries will change as we speak’s fashions, enhancing the worldwide fleet’s gas effectivity and sustainability.
In addition, Boeing Global Services forecasts $3.6 trillion in demand in its market segments over the identical time interval, together with robust demand for upkeep and modifications equivalent to transformed freighters; digital options that improve effectivity and cut back price; and efficient coaching to allow the availability of pilots and technicians.
“Despite the unprecedented disruption over the past two years, the aviation industry has shown incredible resilience adapting to the challenge,” mentioned Ihssane Mounir, Boeing’s senior vp of Commercial Sales and Marketing.
The 2022 CMO attracts upon our experience forecasting market tendencies to exhibit the robust demand for new airplanes and associated companies within the coming many years, offering a waypoint because the trade continues to navigate its restoration.