For the anniversary 50-th International Air Show Paris Air Show 2013, which will be held at Le Bourget from the 17 23 on June TSAMTO publishes statistics of the global export market of new multi-role fighters for the period of 2009-2016 years.
In the coming 4-year period (2013-2016 years.) Sales of new multi-role fighters will be 529 units. amounting to 41,4 billion dollars in the case of performing the delivery schedules for current contracts, the stated intention of the tender and (delivery scheduled for the period from 2017 onwards in calculating not taken into account).
Thus, the market of new multi-role fighters will maintain absolute leadership among all categories of military aviation techniques.
Military transport aircraft (seat 2)
In 2013-2016 sales of new medium and strategic military transport aircraft (military-technical cooperation) will be 242 units. worth 24,406 billion dollars
Refueling aircraft (seat 3)
In 2013-2016 sales of new tanker aircraft will be 42 units. worth 10,810 billion dollars
Reactive UBS (place 4)
In 2013-2016 sales of new jet combat training aircraft (UBS) will 292 units. worth 7,964 billion dollars
BPA aircraft (seat 5)
In 2013-2016 sales of new anti-submarine and maritime patrol aircraft will be 86 machines amounting to US $ 6,496 billion.
Turboprop TCB (place 6)
In 2013-2016 sales of new turboprop training aircraft (TCB) will 531 units. worth 5,273 billion dollars
DRLOI aircraft (seat 7)
In 2013-2016 sales of new long-range radar detection and control airplanes (AEWS) will be 9 machines worth 3,617 billion dollars.
Market of new multi-role fighters
In the past 4-year period (2009-2012) the world has been exported or manufactured under license from 559 new aircraft in the amount of 32,5 billion dollars.
2009-2012 total 735 fighters were exported worth 33,5 billion dollars. The volume of sales of new aircraft was 76,05% of the total number or 97,22% of the value of global supply.
In percentage terms, the reduction in the supply of new fighters in 2013-2016. compared to 2009-2012. amount to 5,67% in quantitative terms with a simultaneous increase in exports in value terms by 27,36%.
Some decline in exports is related primarily to the transfer delivery schedule to customers fighter F-35 «Lightning-2» and delays in the signing of several contracts have already conducted or ongoing long-term tenders.
In 2009-2012 average demand for new multi-role fighter on the international market was 140 units. in year. In 2013-2016 annual demand will be reduced to 132 machines.
According to the TSAMTO method, the “new” category includes deliveries of new fighters, licensed programs, and also deliveries of aircraft from the Armed Forces of exporting countries upgraded to the level of practically new vehicles with an extended service life, the price of which at the time of delivery is over 50% of the cost The new fighter of the same type for the same period of time, but not less than 20 million dollars.
When calculating the market of new fighters for a period of 2013-2016 years. taken into account the supply of new machines for existing contracts, licensing programs, as well as the planned delivery of the stated programs, negotiations on which are at an advanced stage of discussion (ie, those programs for which it is already possible to calculate the approximate delivery schedule). The calculation of all international fighters exporters included only export orders (licensed programs), the supply of the domestic market are not taken into account. It does not also take into account the delivery of the aircraft of the Armed Forces of exporting countries and the export of the modernization program, if they are not included in the price of the cost of the above categories.
More detailed material is published in the public domain in the “Arms Exhibition” section.
The full report on the world market of fighters for the period 2009-2016, as well as the world market of military transport aircraft, refueling aircraft, airborne combat aircraft, aircraft of basic patrol aircraft, jet UBS and turboprop TCB will be published in the journal World Trade weapons»No.6.