Commercial Aviation in APAC

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During the last decade, APAC has been the most dynamic region with regard to air traffic. As a result, the region has witnessed the highest aircraft demand globally and a strong development of new infrastructure to cope with increasing traffic. The countries in this region realise that investment in this industrial sector is profitable. Thus, they have started to develop a commercial aircraft manufacturing footprint to support aircraft programmes from traditional aircraft manufacturers, such as Airbus and Boeing, along with new local aircraft programmes. The study includes key trends witnessed in the industry, along with global and regional forecasts.

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Commercial Aviation in APACExecutive SummaryIntroductionPassenger Traffic GrowthLarger, Busier Airports to Cope With TrafficAirport Passenger TrafficGlobal Top 30 Airports5 Largest Airports in APAC Vs. Europe & North AmericaAeronautical Vs. Non-aeronautical RevenueGlobal Airport InvestmentsAirport Projects in APACAirlines Absorb Aircraft DemandPassenger Traffic of Top AirlinesBacklogs by Regions—Airbus & BoeingBacklog by Regions and Aircraft Type—Airbus & BoeingAircraft Delivery by Region and TypeRegional Aircraft Potential DeliveryAirlines Profitability by RegionAerospace Manufacturers and Suppliers—Long Way to GoLeading Aerospace ParticipantsCommercial Aircraft Programme ParticipantsCommercial Aircraft Programme Participants (continued)Commercial Aircraft Programme Participants (continued)Competitive Scenario in the Global Aerospace IndustryDistribution of Direct Employment by Sector and RegionConclusionsConclusionsConclusions (continued)Conclusions (continued)Legal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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Release Date : 2-Mar-16

Region : Asia Pacific

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