Airline, Trade, Services
Current Market Outlook - The Boeing Current Market Outlook (CMO) is dedicated to accurately forecasting new airplane demand over the next 20 years. The CMO has been the industry standard since it was first shared publicly in 1961, painting the picture of the future of flight. (N/A)
World Air Cargo Forecast - The Boeing Company issues the biennial World Air Cargo Forecast (WACF) to provide a comprehensive, up-to-date overview of the air cargo industry. The forecast summarizes the worlds major air trade markets, identifies major trends, and presents forecasts for the future performance and development of markets, as well as for the world freighter airplane fleet. (Annually)
Services Market Outlook - As the global economy and markets evolve, so must the focus of our industry forecasts. This year, we have expanded the CMO to include all of the services required to support the operation of commercial aviation products around the world. The outlook for the commercial support and services market is covered in depth in this document, the Boeing Services Market Outlook (SMO). The SMO is a long-term forecast, serving to guide business planning as well as to share with the public our view of industry trends. (N/A)
Boeing Market Insight - Various reports on the market condition in which Boeing operates in. (N/A)
Pilot and Technician Outlook - This report is a respected industry forecast of personnel demand. (N/A)
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