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Research and Markets: Global Top 4 Aircraft Engine Manufacturers - Strategic Factor Analysis Summary (SFAS) Framework Analysis 2015 - Pratt & Whitney, GE Aviation, Rolls-Royce & Safran

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Global Top 4 Aircraft Engine Manufacturers - Strategic Factor Analysis Summary (SFAS) Framework Analysis - 2015 - Pratt & Whitney, GE Aviation, Rolls-Royce, Safran" company profile to their offering.

The global commercial aircraft industry is witnessing its second golden era marked by burgeoning order backlogs across leading industry OEMs as well as radical technological innovations and propelled by rapid air traffic growth being witnessed across markets & regions, especially, with the global air traffic projected to double itself by 2030, led by the APAC region, in addition to a technological generational leap in the global aviation propulsion sector with decades of research on technological evolution by key industry players transpiring into next generation of aerospace propulsion systems. The strong tailwinds being experienced by the industry have been further accentuated by a favorable crude oil price trend which is boosting profitability across airlines.

Additionally, the introduction of latest aircraft programs by the OEMs, incorporating next generation engine technologies translating into optimized operating economics & enhanced performance specifications, features & dynamics, have been a key driver of fleet renewals across airlines globally of-late besides enabling Airlines to open new routes and business concepts, thereby, providing potential, significant growth avenues. With virtually everything in favor & almost nothing against it as of now, the global commercial aircraft market is projected to register addition of over 32,600 new commercial aircrafts through 2034 worth $4.9 trillion, as per Airbus.

The military aircraft market, on the contrary, continues to be impacted by continued defense budgetary cuts & pressures underway across most traditional markets, thereby impacting acquisition of new aircrafts & fleet replacement decisions. However, the military aviation sector does have some upcoming large, long-term programs with significant growth potential, which include the Next Generation/B3 Bomber program, USAF's Next-Generation Jet Engine Development program (ADVENT & AETP) & the J-STARS Recapitalization program which could be the key to drive growth for industry OEMs amid a difficult budgetary scenario which is likely to persist through the end of present decade.

Key Topics Covered:

  1. Business Structure & Snapshot - For each of the 4 Leading Aircraft Engine Manufacturers
  2. Financial Performance Analysis - Charts & Analysis for each Company
  3. Internal Factor Analysis Summary (IFAS) Matrix - For each of the 4 Key Industry Players
  4. External Factor Analysis Summary (EFAS) Matrix
  5. Strategic Factor Analysis Summary (SFAS) Matrix - With reprioritization, quantification & ranking of respective strategic factors deriving from IFAS & EFAS matrices.
  6. Comparative Ranking of Industry Players - based on SFAS Scores
  7. Global Aerospace & Defense Industry - Force Field Analysis - Analysis of Driving & Restraining Forces and their Overall Dynamics
  8. Key Industry Trends
  9. Key Issues, Challenges & Risk Factors
  10. Strategic Industry Outlook - Near to Medium Term

Companies Mentioned

  • GE Aviation
  • Pratt & Whitney
  • Rolls Royce Holdings plc
  • Safran SA

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Source: Business Wire (October 12, 2015 - 6:04 AM EDT)

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