Aircraft Leasing Market 2019: Global Industry Dynamics, Corporate Financial Plan, Business Competitors, Emerging Technologies, Supply and Revenue With Regional Trends By Forecast 2025.
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Global Aircraft Leasing Market Research Report Covers Historical Market Trends, Current Market Dynamics, Market Valuation by Segmentation as Well as Region, Country-level Analysis for Every Segment, Key Player's Market Share Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Supply Chain Analysis.
Would Aircraft Leasing Replace Aircraft Ownership?
Aircraft financing is a critical area, and banks are highly selective in their lending. In the current exceptionally tough economic environment, airlines are finding it extremely difficult to find financing at competitive rates. Additionally, relentless pressure on cash flows owing to exorbitant fuel prices has aggravated the situation all the more. Overall reduced supply of financing compels airlines to review their fleet management policies as well as manage their finances. Aircraft leasing is the appropriate solution to reduce the magnitude of the problem of drying liquidity. These days, most airlines are opting for aircraft leasing, which is in sharp contrast to their preference of owning an aircraft. Aircraft leasing provides various operational advantages such as flexibility and access to delivery slots, apart from significant economic advantages. Leading companies have gained massive popularity among airlines, investors, and lenders as they provide better risk and reward offers.
Market Research Future (MRFR) has recently published an exhaustive report on the global aircraft leasing market and has projected the market to reach USD 62,221.8 Mn at a CAGR of 4.75% over the forecast period of 2017-2023.
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Aircraft leasing companies have been able to build up their considerable presence in recent years. They are likely to p[lay a crucial role in financing aircraft deliveries as they are better positioned to attract new investment. Aircraft leasing is likely to gain grounds in the coming years as airlines are looking for ways to fill the funding gap left by banks and investors. Moreover, with a variety of investors entering the sector and building up portfolios, aircraft leasing is likely to become more prevalent. Various private equity firms are financially backing aircraft leasing business which has been evidenced by investments such as Carlyle's investment in RPK, Cerberus Capital's investment in AerCap, Terra Firma's investment in AWAS, and others. Further investment activities are expected in the aircraft leasing space, which would provide a boost to aircraft leasing.
Global Leaders of Aircraft Leasing
The key players in the Global Aircraft Leasing Market are AerCap (Ireland), Air Lease Corporation (US), BOC Aviation (Singapore), GECAS (US), BBAM LLC (Australia), CIT Commercial Air (US), Aviation Capital Group (US), Boeing Capital Corporation (US), SAAB Aircraft Leasing (Sweden), and International Lease Finance Corporation (US).
Advantages of Aircraft Leasing
Leasing has a flurry of advantages to offer, which makes it even more attractive for airlines. Aircraft leasing companies have a flexible fleet portfolio and have lucrative delivery slots to offer. Often production slots are sold out for a number of years which leaves lesser slots for airlines seeking fleet expansion. Moreover, aircraft leasing companies have strong balance sheets that facilitate them to provide better risk mitigation.
Europe is the principal aircraft leasing market. Resurging economy and the clustering of major leasing companies in the region have been key enablers of the flourishing leasing business. Ireland, in particular, is an aircraft leasing hotspot, which accounts for almost half share of aircraft leasing trade. Rising air travel is also anticipated to push the boundaries of aircraft leasing.
Along with the consolidation of aircraft leasing providers, an emerging trend is the entry of new players in the aircraft leasing space, especially in Asia and the Middle East, where air traffic has been booming lately. Moreover, the availability of capital is also key to expansion.
Challenges Facing the Aircraft Leasing Business
As with other players in the sector, aircraft leasing business also faces challenges associated with finance and liquidity drying up, even though the severity is less as compared to airlines. Leasing rates have gone down significantly in recent years, and signs have been witnessed that they might soften further in the coming years. Moreover, aircrafts with older aircraft technology facing diminishing demands from the market and ultimately become obsolete for leasing companies. Furthermore, developing countries previously served as a second-hand market for mid-aged aircrafts, but due to changes in the regulatory environment, possibilities of sale of these aircrafts have reduced. Nevertheless, amidst various headwinds, new entrants are likely to spur the leasing activity in the coming years.
Segmentation and Regional Analysis of the Global Aircraft Leasing Market
Based on leasing type, the aircraft leasing market has been divided into wet leasing and dry leasing. The wet-leasing segment is estimated to account for the largest share during the forecast period. Wet leased aircraft offers various advantages such as low cost, reliability, and customization.
Based on aircraft type, the aircraft leasing market has been segmented into narrow-body, wide-body, and others. The narrow-body segment is estimated to account for the largest market share during the forecast period. The wide-body segment covers the aircraft leasing market procured by the aircraft manufacturers. These aircraft OEMs are predominantly present in Europe and North America, thereby resulting in higher market size in these regions.
Asia-Pacific will be the fastest-growing market for aircraft leasing market during the forecast period. Over the years, with increasing incomes, there has been a high demand for air travel in the region, which stimulated more significant developments in planes. It is expected that by 2035, more than 16,000 aircraft would be delivered in the region. Moreover, due to the low labor rates, North American airlines outsource 60% of their retrofitting activities, to Asia, where it is a significant source of income. Thus, the global aircraft leasing market is estimated to grow at approximately 8% CAGR from 2018 to 2025.
*Market Sizing, Forecast, and Analysis: Detailed coverage of the market segment and sub-segments *Regional/Country Trends and Forecast: Detailed analysis of the market in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and Latin America, along with key countries in each region *Market Dynamics Intelligence: Market drivers, opportunities, trends, restraints, Porter's five forces, supply chain, and value chain analysis *Technology Trends, Regulatory Landscape, and Patent Analysis Outlook *Competitive Intelligence: Market share analysis, financial analysis, product benchmarking, and strategic developments including joint ventures, product launches, and mergers & acquisitions *Regional attractiveness and related growth opportunities
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List of Tables
Table 1 Global Aircraft Leasing Market, by Leasing Type, 2015-2023 (Usd Million)
Table 2 Global Aircraft Leasing Market, by Aircraft Type, 2015-2023 (Usd Million)
Table 3 Global Aircraft Leasing Market, by Region, 2015-2023 (Usd Million)
Table 4 North America Aircraft Leasing Market by Country, 2015-2023 (Usd Million)
Table 5 North America Aircraft Leasing Market by Leasing Type, 2015-2023 (Usd Million)
Table 6 North America Aircraft Leasing Market by Aircraft Type, 2015-2023 (Usd Million)
Table 7 U.s. Aircraft Leasing Market, by Leasing Type, 2015-2023 (Usd Million)
Table 8 U.s. Aircraft Leasing Market, by Aircraft Type, 2015-2023 (Usd Million)
Table 9 Canada Aircraft Leasing Market, by Leasing Type, 2015-2023 (Usd Million)
Table 10 Canada Aircraft Leasing Market, by Aircraft Type, 2015-2023 (Usd Million)
List of Figures
Figure 1 Research Process of Mrfr
Figure 2 Top Down & Bottom Up Approach
Figure 3 Market Dynamics
Figure 4 Impact Analysis: Market Drivers
Figure 5 Impact Analysis: Market Restraints
Figure 6 Porter's Five Forces Analysis
Figure 7 Value Chain Analysis
Figure 8 Global Aircraft Leasing Market Share, by Leasing Type, 2016 (%)
Figure 9 Global Aircraft Leasing Market, by Leasing Type, 2015-2023 (Usd Million)
Figure 10 Global Aircraft Leasing Market Share, by Aircraft Type, 2016 (%)
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