Competitive Analysis of Commercial Aerospace Market Participants

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This research service is similar to the study on defence contractors with the focus now on commercial aerospace. Data is given for the 2005–2014 period, while analysis provided goes beyond these 10 years. New companies have been added to better reflect the commercial aerospace market participants. Companies with a diverse range of specialties have been covered such as the main OEMs, the prime engine manufacturers, and avionics and aerostructure suppliers.
The study also highlights the relationships and partnerships between some of the market participants and provides insights on the impact of the cost reduction plans within the supply chain. In addition, a brief analysis of the deliveries and orders has been provided for air transport, regional, and business jet aircraft.

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Executive SummaryMethodology and Selection ProcessGeneral Strategic OverviewOverall Performance of the Commercial Aerospace Sector Commercial Aerospace Versus DefenceStrategic Highlights/CommentsStrategic Highlights/Comments (continued)2014 HighlightsStrategic Mapping Commercial AerospaceStrategic Mapping Commercial Aerospace Versus Total RevenueStrategic Mapping, Operating PerformanceProgrammes Launched by OEMs to Increase EfficiencyProgrammes Launched by OEMs to Increase Efficiency (continued)Programmes Launched by OEMs to Increase Efficiency (continued)Strategic Mapping, Operating PerformanceFuture Technology InvestmentGeographic HighlightsBroader Market Penetration—Geographic Expansion – Revenue From Home MarketStrategic Highlights/CommentsProduction/Delivery HighlightsAirbus Versus BoeingBombardier Versus EmbraerStrategic Highlights/CommentsStrategic Highlights/Comments (continued)Dassault Versus Gulfstream Versus CessnaDassault Versus Gulfstream Versus Cessna (continued)Company Profiles—Airbus GroupAirbus GroupAirbus Group (continued)Airbus Group (continued)Airbus Group (continued)Airbus—Strategic HighlightsAirbus—Strategic Highlights (continued)B/E AerospaceB/E AerospaceB/E Aerospace (continued)B/E Aerospace (continued)B/E Aerospace (continued)B/E Aerospace—Strategic HighlightsB/E Aerospace—Strategic Highlights (continued)BoeingBoeingBoeing (continued)Boeing (continued)Boeing (continued)Boeing—Strategic HighlightsBombardierBombardierBombardier (continued)Bombardier (continued)Bombardier (continued)Bombardier—Strategic HighlightsBombardier—Strategic Highlights (continued)CobhamCobhamCobham (continued)Cobham (continued)Cobham (continued)Cobham—Strategic HighlightsCobham—Strategic Highlights (continued)Curtiss–WrightCurtiss–WrightCurtiss–Wright (continued)Curtiss–Wright (continued)Curtiss–Wright (continued)Curtiss–Wright—Strategic HighlightsDassault AviationDassault AviationDassault Aviation (continued)Dassault Aviation (continued)Dassault Aviation (continued)Dassault Aviation Strategic HighlightsDassault Aviation Strategic Highlights (continued)EmbraerEmbraerEmbraer (continued)Embraer (continued)Embraer (continued)Embraer Strategic HighlightsEmbraer Strategic Highlights (continued)General DynamicsGeneral DynamicsGeneral Dynamics (continued)General Dynamics (continued)General Dynamics (continued)General Dynamic—Strategic HighlightsHoneywell InternationalHoneywellHoneywell (continued)Honeywell (continued)Honeywell (continued)Honeywell—Strategic HighlightsHoneywell—Strategic Highlights (continued)Groupe LatecoereGroupe LatecoereGroupe Latecoere (continued)Groupe Latecoere (continued)Groupe Latecoere (continued)Groupe Latecoere—Strategic HighlightsGroup Latecoere—Strategic Highlights (continued)Rockwell CollinsRockwell CollinsRockwell Collins (continued)Rockwell Collins (continued)Rockwell Collins (continued)Rockwell Collins—Strategic HighlightsRockwell Collins—Strategic Highlights (continued)Rolls-Royce HoldingsRolls-RoyceRolls-Royce (continued)Rolls-Royce (continued)Rolls-Royce (continued)Rolls-Royce—Strategic HighlightsRolls-Royce—Strategic Highlights (continued)Spirit AeroSystemsSpirit AeroSystemsSpirit AeroSystems (continued)Spirit AeroSystems (continued)Spirit AeroSystems (continued)Spirit AeroSystems—Strategic HighlightsSpirit AeroSystems—Strategic Highlights (continued)TextronTextronTextron (continued)Textron (continued)Textron (continued)Textron—Strategic HighlightsTextron—Strategic Highlights (continued)Triumph GroupTriumph GroupTriumph Group (continued)Triumph Group (continued)Triumph Group (continued)Triumph Group Strategic HighlightsTriumph Group Strategic Highlights (continued)United Technologies Corporation (UTC)UTCUTC (continued)UTC (continued)UTC (continued)UTC—Strategic HighlightsUTC—Strategic Highlights (continued)Zodiac AerospaceZodiac AerospaceZodiac Aerospace (continued)Zodiac Aerospace (continued)Zodiac Aerospace (continued)Zodiac Aerospace—Strategic HighlightsZodiac Aerospace—Strategic Highlights (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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