Embraer has published its 20-year Market Outlook for commercial aircraft deliveries through 2042, during a press briefing at the Paris Air Show today.
The Market Outlook identifies the demand for new jet and turboprop aircraft with up to 150 seats over the next two decades. It also presents analysis of global influences and trends in six world regions.
World passenger traffic, measured in revenue passenger kilometers, is expected to return to 2019 levels by 2024 as a result of a prolonged pandemic recovery, geopolitics, and changes in industry dynamics. Global RPKs will grow 3.2% annually through 2042.
In his Market Outlook introductory message, Embraer Commercial Aviation President and CEO, Arjan Meijer, highlights the importance of aircraft in the up-to-150 seat category to maintain airline network connectivity. He also notes how remote working and a greening industry will affect the way we will travel and the demand for new aircraft.
The report cites three key trends shaping future demand for travel and aircraft:
Other trends include the need for fleet flexibility to cope with an uncertain and changing demand, mostly through narrow-body complementation, and the growing popularity of crossover narrow-body all-cargo jets.
|Highlights of the 20-Year Commercial Market Outlook – By the Numbers|
For the complete version of the 2023 Market Outlook, including analysis and regional synopses for each of the six world regions, go to: https://embraer.imagerelay.com/share/729c65547c2248549d1da7bf79eb78a7