Assessment of the Indo-China Global Business Jets Market 2014
The global recession has hit the business jet market hard. It is predicted that the manufacturing of new
business jets is not likely to reach to pre-recession levels for almost another ten years. Deliveries of new
business jets which stood at approximately 1300 in 2008 halved to about 600 in 2012.
In 2013 the sector shipped 678 business jets, which are six jets more than 2012. There has been a
growth in the bigger, longer-range business jets while the small and medium jet segment continues to
In the Asian region, the players are focused on China and India. Given the economic strengths and the
rising demand from these countries, the business jets sector is betting highly on their potential. The
demand in China is driven by corporations and the rising number of billionaires, who aspire for the
convenience offered by business jets. India outnumbers both China and Japan when it comes to private
Why should the report be purchased?
The report “Assessment of the Indo China Global Business Jets Market 2014” highlights key drivers of
and trends emerging in the global business jet market. The Initiatives and performance of key players
including Bombardier, Gulfstream has been presented. The current market scenario and future
prospects of the sector has also been examined. The report contains latest industry leaders verbatim.
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Smart Research Insights has conducted in depth secondary research to arrive at key insights. Data
collected from key public industry sources has been scanned and analyzed impartially to present a clear
picture of the industry. All recent developments which impact the sector dynamics have been captured
and used to support the research hypothesis.