The following represents a general Table of Contents outline for the Global Industry Forecast for Aerospace. The actual report may cover any or all of the topics listed below.
Aerospace: Global Industry Forecasts
1. Highlights: Quarterly analysis of the latest economic developments in the aerospace industry, including charts and graphs on:
Output growth with five years of historical data and five years of forecast data for Eastern Europe, BRICs, Developed Countries, and the World.
Value added in 2010 (US dollar 2005 prices) for Japan, Brazil, Russia, India, China, US, Spain, UK, Italy, France, Germany, EU-EE, and Other countries.
Annual Percentage Changes for the Industry with five years historical data and ten year forecasts for the 13 countries highlighted.
2. Forecast Overview: Industry-specific quarterly overviews including five year historical and five year forecast data in charts and graphs on:
Output and output growth for Eastern Europe, BRICs, Developed Countries, the World, US, EU15, Japan, France, Italy, UK, Germany, Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, and Slovakia.
3. Forecast Risks for the aerospace industry.
4. Top Ten Fastest Growing Countries: Where is aerospace production expanding fastest? Annual percentage changes from the past year, and forecasts for the next five years.
5. Top Ten Slowest Growing Countries: Where is aerospace production suffering the most? Annual percentage changes from the past year, and forecasts for the next five years.
6. Expanded table comparing percentage changes in aerospace for 67 countries for the past year, five years of historic data, and a detailed five year forecast.
7. Table comparing aerospace shares in 67 countries for the past year and a five year forecast for:
Percentage of Manufacturing
Percentage of GDP
Percentage of World Output
8. Key Macro Drivers: Charts and tables highlighting:
The aerospace industryâ™s share of world manufacturing (2005 US dollars bn).
Five years of historical data and four years of forecasts for aerospace output and total consumer spending for developed countries and emerging markets.
Five years of historical data and four years of forecasts for aerospace outputs and total fixed investments for developed countries and emerging markets.
9. Latest Monthly Trends: Events driven analysis for the quarter, on topics such as:
Triad aerospace output growth for Western Europe and the US.
US unfilled orders for commercial and defence.
Confidence indicators for UK and France.
International and domestic US and European passenger traffic.
Deliveries for Airbus, Boeing, Embraer and Bombardier.
10. Industry Output: Aerospace.
Tables highlighting monthly data for the Value Added Index (2005=100) and year-on-year percentage changes for US, France, UK, Germany and Italy.
11. Forecast in Detail.
A table illustrating detailed country-by-country analysis of output for 67 countries including one year of historical data and a four year forecast. Also included are averages of five-year percentage growth for:
Percentage change y-o-y
Ships, rolling stock, etc.
Percentage change y-o-y
Detailed analysis of employment, investment, prices and wages for: France, Italy, Germany, UK, and US.
Winter 2011 Global Industry Forecast: Aerospace Q 29 Nov 2011
The aerospace sector is managing to avoid the worst of the turbulence being experienced by other sectors. Defence projects are clearly being curtailed globally, with government budgets under pressure, but this is being more than compensated for by continued orders for civilian aircraft. Both Airbus and Boeing have large order backlogs (partly due to delays to new planes) and are still collecting orders with few signs - yet at least - of airlines responding to deteriorating passenger traffic conditions by postponing deliveries.