With this long-term view in mind, Bombardier
Business Aircraft predicts a total of 9,000
business jet deliveries from 2015 to 2024 in the
segments in which Bombardier Business Aircraft
competes, representing approximately $267
billion US in industry revenues.
The overall market for business aviation
continues to show encouraging signs of
improvement. Macroeconomic indicators for 2014
were generally stable, with growth in 2015
projected to be similar to the previous year. In
2015, the world GDP is expected to grow by 2.7%,
with higher growth expected thereafter.
"With 9,000 business aircraft deliveries
expected in the next 10 years, the private
aviation industry continues to grow stronger,"
said Jean-Christophe Gallagher, Vice-President,
Strategy and Marketing, Bombardier Business
Aircraft. "Bombardier continues to be well
positioned for long-term market leadership and
remains at the forefront of innovation and
technology with the industry's widest portfolio
of business jets, including the Challenger 650,
Global 7000 and Global 8000 aircraft."