Moscow. January 22. The financial industry will invest about $127 billion in the acquisition of aircraft in 2016, according to the annual market forecast of financial provision orders for aircraft (Current Aircraft Finance Market Outlook), produced by the American concern Boeing.
“Steady stability of the markets in aircraft Finance is largely due to the strong fundamentals of the aviation industry and the balance of supply and demand in the market of civil aircraft”, – said the President of Boeing Capital Corporation Tim Myers.
According to him, the growth of passenger traffic in the world exceeds the long-term trends, the technical coefficients of use and download the commercial aircraft is continuously increasing. Thus there is a high demand for replacing aging aircraft and airlines around the world demonstrate a record profit performance and operating results.
“Given the prevailing market the conditions listed above, financial institutions still consider civilian aircraft a promising investment that provides our customers with favorable financing,” said Myers.
“In recent years the market of financing of aircraft, new players entered, and this year we expect to increase their number, since civil aircraft are still considered attractive and stable asset, he said. – This year will be very interesting to see the reaction of industry participants on the emergence of new competitors which will stimulate innovation and provide greater funding opportunities for airlines and leasing companies”.
In the Boeing study also lists the main elements of the market forecast of funding this year. First, the tendency complete or partial sale by the lessors of their portfolios to the capital markets to acquire new assets and create new opportunities for future growth. In addition, it is expected that about 40% of deliveries will be carried out with the participation of leasing companies, the source of much of their assets will be the capital markets. At last, as well as banks will account for about two thirds of the total funding supply.
Debt capital commercial banks will continue to be a vital component in the financing of aircraft, however the tightening of global regulation and the pressure of the U.S. dollar (in certain markets) can keep the volume sector, it is noted, however, the company’s Outlook.