AIRCRAFT FLEETS AND VALUES
The world’s largest independent aircraft database
The Cirium Core contains more than 300 attributes describing 400,000 individual aircraft. It tracks more than 2.4 million aircraft events, from ownership changes to maintenance activity.
Inside Cirium’s aircraft fleet and valuation data set
Over 300 columns of associated data on every individual aircraft, eg, owner, manager, age, hours, cycles, etc.
Cirium analysts capture and forecast values for each aircraft type and store that data in The Cirium Core. Included are generic values by equipment type, variant, build year, maximum take-off weight (MTOW) and specification adjusters. Also captured are current and historical market and base lease rates, and future base value and lease rate forecasts for up to 30 years.
More than 2.4 million individual aircraft events, dating back to the 1950s, such as scheduled to be parked, retuned off lease, etc.
More than 190,000 individual company records, including columns for fields such as company category and type, address, status, IATA, ICAO, etc.
Inspection interval information for each aircraft, operator, aircraft type, and maintenance type eg, Delta Air Lines, Airbus A321-211, C Checks (6,000h, 4,500 cycles, 20 months… not equalized). The Cirium Core also contains details on the maintenance contracts currently in place.
Historical data on all financial transactions, from original order to leases and resales.
Access company profiles for airlines, airports, MROs, airline and airport groups. Profiles aggregate different datasets around a single company, including: fleets, financials, traffic, ownership, people, routes, alliances, maintenance, etc.
Ascend by Cirium
Ascend by Cirium has the largest ISTAT-Certified Appraiser team in the industry. They provide thousands of independent and trusted valuations and reports each year. Ascend models, forecasts and valuation tools are available in Cirium’s fleets and values products.