Global and Regional Air Traffic, Fleet and MRO Outlook in Air Transportation

Özgür YUMAKOĞULLARI, Resul AYDEMİR, Bulent GULOGLU

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The purpose of this paper is to present the evolution of world air transportation until 2024 with special emphasis on the growth patterns of the number of passengers/cargo, aircrafts and maintenance repair stations that compose the industry. Commercial air transportation necessitates passengers and/or cargo to fly and serviceable aircrafts to transport them. Along with the number of passenger/cargo, number of aircrafts will increase as well during the upcoming years. Therefore, the airline operators will purchase or lease more aircrafts of the required models. Number of skilled workforce and maintenance repair stations ensuring aircrafts to be safe and airworthy will increase similarly. This paper examines how passenger and cargo traffic will grow in the next decade, aircraft orders to meet this growth and also maintenance repair and overhaul organization requirements when aircrafts are delivered. Thus, it provides a current and future outlook of the sub-sectoral interactions of the global aviation industry.


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