開創航空維修產業鏈之新紀元 –論航空維修之國際合作 引言人：袁曉峰/國立成功大學民航研究所 103.07.18 Present Status Source：ICF, Boeing 27,000 Source：ICF, Boeing (Asia / Pacific) 2,400 Source：ICF, Boeing Single Aisle Aircraft • Continue to dominate the world’s fleet, including the new 737 MAX and A320neo airplanes. • Boeing predicts that “Asia Pacific” will receive 36 percent of the new single-aisle airplanes. • Low-cost carriers (LCC) in Asia will further expend the outsourcing market. Source：Boeing (Asia) The 6850 aircraft in 2013 generate an MRO market of $16.4B which accounts for 28% of global MRO spend ( $59B ), and will raise to $26.5B by 2022 . Asia Pacific has the highest MRO market growth by 2023 Source：ICF, Boeing MRO’s Developing Trend Engine Rolls-Royce is strong in aftermarketing, with 48% of their fleet covered by their TotalCare or CorporateCare service offerings. Pratt & Whitney provides engine maintenance, material supply management, and line maintenance services on a broad range of engine models. GE/EVA service center for GE-nx Manufacturer dominance !! Source：ICF, Boeing Source：Lufthansa Technik Component • The small and medium widebody airplane accounts for 45% of the total world airplane over the next 20 years, including Boeing 787 and 777 and Airbus A350 and A330. Technology in new aircraft gives OEMs an opportunity to penetrate market from high licensing fees charging by the manufacturer. Source：Boeing Where is the niche? • Single-aisle passenger airplane maintenance • Engine repair and maintenance • Component OEM Key: International Collaboration What do we have? • Excellent Geographic Position • Strong technical capacity • Relatively low labor cost • Governmental support? (official proclaimation; preference on land acquisition, tax, loan, landing fee, etc.) Create a value proposition around flexibility and speed, providing the same quality of service at a lower price. Thank you for listening!