Wed, Nov 14, 2012
Market Could Capture Nine Percent Of The World's Deliveries' Value
Embraer Executive Jets presented its business aviation market outlook at a press conference held Tuesday at the 9th China International Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition (Airshow China 2012) in Zhuhai, Guangdong Province. The forecast predicts a total demand for 650 business aircraft by the year 2022, with a total value of $24 billion, representing 9% of the world deliveries’ value.
“China is a rapidly growing global executive aviation market with its economic development, the gradual opening of low-altitude airspace and the continuous improvement of its aviation infrastructure,” said Ernest Edwards, President, Embraer Executive Jets. “Embraer Executive Jets pays close attention to the China market which is expected to generate great opportunities for all industry players. We commit ourselves to the market and each of our customers, with our full line of state-of-the-art executive jets and continuously improved customer support.”
The company’s in-depth analysis shows that the overall environment in China is fostering the development of its business aviation. The rapid development of its national economy generates more Chinese companies listed on Fortune 500 and more High-Net-Worth Individuals (HNWI) as well. Data show the annual growth rate of the country’s HNWI (with investable assets over 10 million RMB) stayed at 25% over the past five years. In addition, the latest Hurun Report, the authority in monitoring the wealthy in China, indicates billionaires (in RMB) in China increased by 87% in 2012 over 2011.
The country’s business aviation culture is gaining maturity. Executive jets are recognized more and more as tools for improving productivity for business elites. Today, the country has a fleet of 267 executive jets, 77% of which are super mid-size to ultra large jets, up from only 78 jets in 2007.
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