in revenue forecast over
the next five years
After stabilizing in the wake of a post-pandemic surge, pre-owned transactions are expected to maintain their new higher base and growth rates, reaching 2,351 transactions valued at $13.5B annually by 2026.
Compared to the 50% average price increase of 2004-07, current prices reflect short-term world events and the maintaining of a far more rational market, with average purchase prices returning to pre-pandemic levels over the forecast period.
North America continues to lead demand for pre-owned business jets across the globe – the market share (in aircraft value) grew from 53% in 2010 to 73% in 2021.
The share of Jetcraft pre-owned jet buyers under 45, especially in EMEA, has risen by 20% in the last five years. This age group is driving the trend in larger aircraft purchases, with an average transaction price of $25M (31% more than their 45+ counterparts).
With Asia-Pacific’s UHNWI population set to increase by 33% over the next five years, the region has a high potential for pre-owned Large jet transactions.