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In May, Dassault celebrated 50 years since the first flight of the Mystère 20. Since then 2,250 Falcons have been built. And 85% of these are still flying.It is not just Dassault that builds aircraft that last. Bombardier estimates that only 7% of the total business jet fleet has retired since the first jets in the late 1950s. Light jets have the oldest average age (20.6 years) followed by mid-size jets (17.6 years) and small-mid-size jets (16.6 years).New analysis from Hawker Beechcraft Corporation has revealed that the average age of the European business aircraft fleet is 13-years-old and that more than one in six (17% or 788) of all business aircraft in Europe are at least 30 years old.Hawker Beechcraft estimates that some 296 aircraft in the European business aviation segment could be retired over the next five years. This equates to around 7% of the total European fleet and could lead to a significant increase in demand for new business aircraft as companies and individuals look to replace their ageing aircraft.Sweden has the oldest business aircraft of any fleet in Europe with an average age of 20 years and nearly one-third (32%) which are over 30-years-old. The youngest fleet by comparison is the Isle of Man with an average age of just six years and 7% over 30 years old. Portugal is the next youngest with an average age of just eight years and just 5% which are over 30 years old.The largest fleet is in Germany which is the base for 753 aircraft – 17% of the European total – with an average age of 14. Around 15% (114) of these are at least 30 years old.
12.7% of the fleet is for sale – which is actually the historical average18% in April 2009
The state of the business jet market 2014
The state of the market
What drives business jet and VIP helicopter sales?
Why are we still in a downturn?
2013: 199,235 ultra high net worth individuals (UHNWI) with a net worth of $30 million
- combined wealth of $27.8 trillion
2012: 187,380 UHNWI with a combined wealth of $25.7 trillion
There are 2,170 billionaires in the world with a total net worth of $6.5 trillion.
Source: Wealth X
Net worth of $138 million
58 years old
Self made (70%)
Most likely to have worked in finance, banking, investment or insurance
(20%), industry (6.3%), manufacturing conglomerate (5.5%)
Has a degree (87%)
Source: Wealth X
2013: Falcon 2000S, Learjet 70, Learjet 75, New Citation X, Eclipse 550
2014: Challenger 350, Falcon 2000LXS, Honda Jet, Learjet 85, Legacy 500, New
2015: Citation Latitude, Legacy 450
2016: Global 7000
2017: Citation Longitude, Global 8000, PC-24
Source: Corporate Jet Investor
As % of Total For Sale / Lease
2008 to 2013
2003 to 2007
1998 to 2002
As % of Active Fleet
1997 & Older
Source: AMSTAT www.amstatcorp.com; Asset Insight research www.assetinsightinc.com
Hawker Beechjet 400A
Hawker Beechjet 400
Aircraft with ETP Ratio >40% carry excessive Maintenance Financial Exposure vs. Ask Price
Source: Asset Insight research ww.assetinsightinc.com