Turbine Training Center Blog for Cessna 208 Caravan & Beechcraft King Air pilots
The days of Lincoln Beachey and Didier Masson are, for the most part, a thing of the past. You may not recognize their names individually, but as part of a group collectively known as “Barnstormers” they flew their way into the hearts and imaginations of many a would be flyers. Mounted in the cockpits of their CURTISS JN-4 (Jenny) Bi-Planes, they swooped and swarmed all over the country, creating one of the most romantic periods in Aviation History. But, alas, those ARE bygone days, and if you are thinking about getting into the Aviation Industry today in any realm, you should be most interested in the WORLD’S TOP BUSINESS JET MANUFACTURERS AND KING AIR 300 TRAINING.
“The intricacies of today’s business world in the field of Aviation,” Dale Wolcott, President of TURBINE TRAINING in Manhattan, Kansas, noted, “means that we have to be more than just Space Jockeys, but rather we have to be cognizant of everything that happens that might, in the future, affect both our business and our students.”
That “everything” includes the Strategies of the Top 5 Business Jet Manufacturers. That group includes:
- Textron Aviation
“The 2016 Annual Strategy Guide for the Top 5 revealed some very interesting information,” Jason Wolcott, Vice President of TURBINE TRAINING, shared, “information that we can use in formulating our own goals and marketing strategies.”
This information includes, but is not limited to:
- The Global Business Jet fleet is expected to grow at a mid-single digit growth rate.
- Key demand growth will be driven by new OEMs, accelerated aircraft requirements and new technologies.
- North America will lead aircraft deliveries over the next decade, while China and Latin America will lead growth among emerging markets.
- The likely emergence of supersonic business jets by the next decade will most likely transform market dynamics.
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(To learn more about this topic, research “World's Top Business Jet Manufacturers”)