European MRO Markets

 


This research initiative aims to identify the drivers, restraints and challenges faced by Maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) providers in Europe (EU-25 states plus Norway and Switzerland). It also provides a market revenue forecast over a 7 years period up to 2012 based on these drivers, restraints and challenges.

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Table of Contents

European MRO Markets, Executive SummaryMarket OverviewIntroductionKey Findings and Market ForecastMarket Growth OpportunitiesMarket Engineering AnalysisRevenue ForecastMarket and Technology TrendsCompetitive AnalysisCompetitive StructureMarket Share AnalysisCountry AnalysisStrategic Issues and ImplementationRecommendationsEuropean MRO Markets, Frost & Sullivan Awards for European MRO MarketProduct Differentiation Innovation AwardAward RecipientGrowth Strategy Leadership AwardAward RecipientMarket Penetration Leadership AwardAward RecipientEuropean MRO Markets, Market OverviewMacro-Environmental Factors Affecting European Commercial MRO MarketAir Transport LiberalisationEnlargement of the European UnionAir Travel Demand Driven by Global Economic CycleCurrency Exchange EffectsSoaring Fuel CostLabour IssuesAdvances in Aerospace TechnologyRegulationsMicro-Environmental Factors Affecting European Commercial MRO MarketUltra-CompetitionPMA Parts / DER RepairsOutsourcingPower-by-the-Hour (PBTH) AgreementsE-CommerceChanging Distribution PatternsCommoditised Service Product Shifting Towards DifferentiationHigh Capital Requirements Create Barriers to EntryAbsolute Cost AdvantagesExtent of DiversificationMergers and AcquisitionsIndustry ProfitabilityFinancial and Non-financial Barriers to EntryInvestmentMajor CompetitorsPersonnel IssuesInternational LinksKey Strengths / Weaknesses of Europe as a MRO CentreEnd-user Value RequirementsValue Chain AnalysisProduct Life Cycle AnalysisEuropean MRO Markets, Commercial Airframe and Engine MRO MarketMarket AnalysisMarket DriversMarket RestraintsMarket ChallengesCompetitive AnalysisCompetitive StructureMarket Share AnalysisEuropean MRO Markets, European Commercial Airframe and Engine MRO Market MeasurementsMarket EngineeringMarket Engineering MeasurementsRevenue ForecastsLine MaintenanceHeavy MaintenanceEngine MaintenanceModificationsComponent MaintenanceTotal European MRO ForecastDemand AnalysisIndustry TrendsMarket and Technology TrendsPricing TrendsCountry AnalysisAustriaBelgiumCyprusCzech RepublicDenmarkEstoniaFinlandFranceGermanyGreeceHungaryIrelandItalyLuxembourgLithuaniaLatviaMaltaNetherlandsNorwayPortugalPolandSloveniaSlovakiaSpainSwedenSwitzerlandTurkeyUnited KingdomEuropean MRO Markets, Enabling SuccessStrategic RecommendationsCompetitive PositioningIT is Key to CompetitivenessAirline-affiliated MROs should Operate with Full AutonomyHorizontal and Vertical Partnerships through Alliances and Joint VenturesEuropean MRO Markets, Key MRO Players ProfilingKey PlayersAir France Industries - KLM Engineering and MaintenanceAlitalia Engineering and MaintenanceLufthansa TechnikSR TechnicsTurkish TechnicRolls-RoyceTAP Engineering and MaintenanceIberia Maintenance and EngineeringSAS Technical ServicesSabena TechnicsEuropean MRO Markets, Decision Support DatabaseDecision Support Database TablesAircraft DeparturesRevenue Passenger MilesAirlines Fleet Type CompositionAircraft DeliveriesMRO Providers




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