Aircraft Maintenance Repair and Overhaul
Business for Sale Industry Economics
2002 - 2021
2021 - 2027
Due to competing factors, the Aircraft Servicing, Repair, and Overhaul industry is forecast to perform poorly in sales over the five years to 2021. Support facilities are offered by business operators to aircraft operators.
Aircraft inspection and testing, ferrying aircraft between departure gates and taxiways, aircraft servicing and repair, and aircraft and parts overhaul are also essential facilities.
As a result, the Aircraft Maintenance Repair and Overhaul market demand are closely connected to efficiency across the full continuum of air traffic industries. Improving economic conditions have resulted in an increase in air traffic and, as a result, aircraft use during the current decade.
However, income in 2020 is projected to be drastically diminished due to dramatically reduced air traffic as a result of the detrimental consequences of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
As a result, a historically favorable sales trajectory has been reversed, with market demand declining at an annualized rate of 1.8 percent over the last five years, reaching $18.0 billion in 2021. This involves a 38.9 percent increase in 2021 alone, as the market begins to rebound.
The Aircraft Maintenance Repair and Overhaul industry serve a wide variety of air transport operators, from private jets to commercial airlines. As a result, the sector is inextricably linked to the domestic airline industry and the factors that influence air transport.
Per capita disposable income and the global price of crude oil, in particular, act as benchmark indices of both economic conditions and the cost of air transport. The freight transportation index and the number of domestic and foreign trips taken by US residents are more precise indices of industry success.
This industry’s sales output over the next five years will be determined by the amount of these factors. These factors performed well during the period; however, the impact of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic reversed these patterns.
Taking all historical and current trends into account, market sales are expected to fall at an annualized rate of 1.8 percent to $18.0 billion over the five years to 2021, with a 38.9 percent rise in 2021 alone.
Revenue for the Aircraft Servicing, Repair, and Overhaul industry is expected to return to stable growth over the next five years, until 2026. Following the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, demand for industry services would be distinguished by wider economic growth.
A continuity of favorable economic conditions, such as increasing incomes and decreasing unemployment, is likely to lead to a rise in air traffic. As a result, aircraft usage is projected to increase over the forecast period, resulting in improved demand for industry services.
Furthermore, the fleet of US mainline carriers is projected to increase in the coming years, eventually providing a wider demand for industry operators. Airlines, on the other hand, are expected to continue investing in newer, more fuel-efficient aircraft that need less servicing, repair, and overhaul (MRO).
These variables will restrict demand growth to some degree. As a result, market income is expected to rise at a 4.1 percent annualized rate to $22.0 billion over the next five years, hitting $22.0 billion in 2026.
Aircraft inspection and checking, ferrying aircraft between departure gates and taxiways, aircraft servicing and repair, and aircraft and parts overhaul are all facilities provided by companies in this sector to air transport operators.
The primary industry facilities are generally known as servicing, renovation, and overhaul (MRO). This sector only involves advanced MRO activities and lacks factory jobs.