"Our customers are preparing for growth, and we see fleet modifications and continued parts consumption going hand in hand with the global fleet expansion," said Ted Colbert, president and CEO, Global Services. "This demand will be coupled with the continued adoption of digital tools and services to enhance fleet readiness, reliability and efficiency."
The annual Services Market Outlook
forecasts a $3.2 trillion market opportunity for its services market with commercial, business and general aviation services representing $1.7 trillion and government services representing $1.5 trillion through 2030. Key market forces driving the outlook include advancing agile operations, enabling digital transformation and evolving business models.
In the annual 20-year Pilot and Technician Outlook
, demand remains strong, with this year’s report finding more than 2.1 million new qualified aviation personnel will be needed to fly and maintain the global commercial fleet over the next two decades. That’s 612,000 new pilots, 626,000 new maintenance technicians and 886,000 new cabin crew members. Projected personnel needs vary by region, with the largest growth expected in Asia-Pacific, North America and Europe.
The complete Services Market Outlook and Pilot and Technician Outlook are available on Boeing’s website