Global Top 4 Commercial Aircraft Turbofan Engine Manufacturers Annual Strategy Dossier 2021


Dublin, Oct. 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Annual Strategy Dossier - 2021 - Global Top 4 Commercial Aircraft Turbofan Engine Manufacturers - Pratt & Whitney, Rolls Royce, GE Aviation, Safran" report has been added to's offering.

The 2021 annual edition of the Strategy Dossier report analyses the overall Strategy Focus and provides Key Insights into the Strategies & Plans being conceptualized & pursued by the Global Top 4 Commercial Aviation Turbofan Engine Manufacturers for the near to medium term horizon.

The Global Commercial Aircraft Turbofan engines market has been in a marked downswing phase following the decimation of commercial aviation by the global outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020 followed by the closing down of international borders and imposition of restrictions on international travel impacting passenger air traffic severely across most parts of the world following a decade of continued airlines profitability. The prevailing scenario has impacted the aviation turbofan engine manufacturers significantly with airlines deferring aircraft deliveries and fleet utilization & MRO activity taking a direct hit as well.

Amongst engine manufacturers, GE and Rolls Royce have been the most impacted given that the global wide body aircraft market has been the worst affected by the pandemic and both GE as well as Rolls Royce have been entrenched almost as a duopoly in the high thrust engines segment powering the wide body market.

The EIS of GE's 9X engine program, which is going to power the Boeing's 777X, has been deferred by a year to 2022 while the deliveries of 787 have been on hold over production quality issues while the A380 & 747 programs have almost reached the end of their lifespan with Airbus and Boeing announcing end of production and their retirements from airlines' fleets accelerated by the pandemic.

Rolls Royce's ongoing concern with the quality issues on the Trent 1000 have been compounded by the continued weakness in the wide body market since 2015 with the market preference shifting towards longer range narrow bodies for long haul operations on thin routes spearheaded by the advent of A321neo LR & XLR variants.

The issues have been further exacerbated by Rolls Royce's complete exit from the narrow body market earlier. In the narrow body segment, the head-on battle for domination amongst Pratt & Whitney and CFM International continues amid ongoing pandemic woes with Pratt & Whitney's strong presence in the military aviation segment likely to provide it a strong cushion against the ongoing carnage in commercial aviation while arch-rival CFM International will have to weather the storm.

The ongoing market downturn is likely to delay the development of next generation engines and sustainable propulsion technologies as well, led by the electric & hybrid-electric propulsion technologies, by the engine primes going forward with the industry likely to operate in the survival mode over near term.

The development of Rolls Royce's next generation Ultrafan engine is likely to be halted temporarily in 2022 owing to market downturn and any of the aircraft OEMs unlikely to initiate any new or re-engined aircraft programs over near term. However, the upcoming supersonic aircraft programs may turn out to be a kind of silver lining for the industry with GE Aviation powering two key, upcoming programs from Aerion and Boom respectively.

Against this rapidly evolving industry and market backdrop, the report provides a comprehensive analysis on the Global Top 4 Aviation Turbofan Engine manufacturers starting with a detailed business and financial snapshot, incorporating charts, tables and analysis based on latest financial statements.

Key Topics Covered:

Section 1 Business Structure & Snapshot - For the Global Top 4 Commercial Aircraft Turbofan Engine Manufacturers

a) Founded
b) Headquartered
c) Business Segments
d) Employees
e) Product Portfolio
f) Market Capitalization
g) Key Executives
h) Shareholding Pattern & Structure

Section 2 Financial Performance Snapshot - Charts & Analysis for each Company

1. Revenue Base & Growth Trend
2. Revenues Split by Key Segments
3. Revenues Split by Key Geographic Markets & Regions
4. Gross Earnings & Margin Trend
5. Operating Earnings & Operating Margin Trend
6. Return on Sales Trend
7. Profitability Growth Trend
8. Cash Flow from Operations
9. R&D Expenditure Trend
10. CAPEX Trend

Section 3 Strategic Positioning & SWOT Analysis - For Each of the Top 4 Industry OEMs

  • Strengths to be Leveraged
  • Weaknesses to Overcome
  • Opportunities for Growth
  • Threats to be Mitigated

Section 4 Strategy Focus - For Each of the Top 4 Engine Manufacturer

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

Section 5 Key Strategies & Plans - For the Top 4 Aviation Turbofan Engine OEMs - Comprehensive Analysis of Key Strategies & Plans for each OEM

  • Product & Services Portfolio Strategies & Plans
  • Market Specific Strategies & Plans
  • R&D Strategies & Plans
  • Growth Strategies & Plans
  • Business & Corporate Strategies & Plans
  • Sales & Marketing Strategies & Plans
  • Production/Manufacturing Strategies & Plans
  • Financial Strategies & Plans
  • Acquisitions, Strategic Alliances & JVs
  • Other Strategies & Strategic Initiatives

Section 6 Global Commercial Aircraft Turbofan Engines Market - Force Field Analysis - Analysis of Driving & Restraining Forces and their Overall Dynamics

  • Driving Forces
  • Restraining Forces

Section 7 Key Trends

  • Industry Trends
  • Market Trends
  • Technology Trends

Section 8 Key Issues, Challenges & Risk Factors

Section 9 Strategic Market Outlook - Commercial Aircraft Engines - 2020- 2039

  • Global Demand Outlook - Commercial Aircrafts - 2020-2039
  • Demand Forecasts for Commercial Aircraft Segments through 2039
  • Narrowbody
  • Widebody
  • Regional Jets
  • Demand Growth Projections for Commercial Aviation Turbofan Engines - In Units & Value
  • Demand Forecasts for Commercial Aviation Turbofan Engines through 2039
  • Demand Forecasts for Engines by Thrust Class through 2039 - In Units
  • Demand Forecasts for Engines by Thrust Class through 2039 - In Value Terms (In $Billions)
  • Engine Delivery Forecasts by Key Geographic Regions through 2039 - In Units
  • Engine Delivery Forecasts by Key Geographic Regions through 2039 - In Value ($Billions)
  • Engines Production Forecasts - in Units
  • Estimated Value of Projected Engines Production over the forecast period - In Value Terms

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