Since its inception in 1988, IBA has accrued a unique knowledge of the aviation market and its dynamics, and has applied this expertise in designing JetData, IBA’s online commercial aircraft database. A dedicated team of analysts works on JetData, monitoring every aircraft transaction, and recording each event as it pertains to all commercial aircraft since their first entry into service up to retirement. To-date, the database encompasses in excess of 28,500 aircraft with over 110,000 historical lines. Aircraft histories are routinely updated when transactions take place in the aviation market.
Alongside individual aircraft historical records, JetData features the latest current aircraft values and lease rates as published by IBA in its Aircraft Values Book and Lease Rate Digest. JetData also informs individual aircraft utilisation by serial number, which can be extrapolated to analyse utilisation trends per aircraft type, operator or on a regional level. The database now features an aircraft availability module, with full contact details of the companies marketing the aircraft. The data, sourced from IBA’s partnership with myairlease, enables JetData’s subscribers to keep abreast of aircraft supply onto the market.
JetData provides its users with a comprehensive and up-to-date analytical tool to investigate the commercial aircraft market. This includes detailed information regarding fleet demographics and delivery trends, to airline and lessor profiles.