Global Airline Benchmarking, 2008–2017

Global Airline Benchmarking, 2008–2017

Industry Experiencing an Extended Period of Growth and Profitability with Relatively Inexpensive Fuel Costs

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31-Dec-2018
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Global
Research Code: 9AB0-00-55-00-00
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Airlines are exploring new ways to increase their ancillary revenues and remain profitable. Analytics and digital programs that optimize inefficiencies are increasingly being trailed and implemented to attract customers and improve KPIs.

Research Scope

This research service focuses on the competitive profiling of 17 global airline and airline groups that include 4 from the United States, 4 from Europe, 1 from South America, 1 from Russia/CIS, 2 from the Middle East, and 5 from Asia.

The 10-year profiling (2008 to 2017) of these airlines and airline groups includes their financial performance, major traffic, and capacity metrics, as well as key strategic highlights. These 17 carriers represent more than 40% of the global passenger traffic, and their performance is directly linked to the financial health of the airline industry and the wider aviation supply chain. An airline’s long-term corporate strategy, driving inorganic growth and strategic partnerships, as well as the implementation of profit-improvement initiatives are mirrored in its financial and operating performance. An insight on the airline fleet expansion trends, operating costs, operating metrics and revenue trends, would be beneficial to airline IT suppliers, onboard retailers, technology partners and aircraft manufacturers to get a holistic view of where the airline industry is headed.


Key Features

Specifically, the study features strategic highlights of American Airlines Corporation, Delta Airlines Inc., Southwest Airlines, United Continental Holdings Inc., Aegean Airlines S.A, Easyjet PLC, Air France-KLM, Lufthansa Group, Aeroflot PJSC, Turkish Airlines, Emirates Airlines, ANA Holdings Inc., China Eastern Airline, China Southern Airline, Spicejet Limited, Air China, and LATAM Airlines.


Key Issues Addressed

  • Where is the airline industry headed and what is the impact of rapid growth expansion on airline financials and operating metrics?
  • What is the typical operating cost breakdown of global airlines and how has this changed over the years?
  • What are the strategies adopted by airlines to overcome a challenging operating environment?
  • What are the trends in airline revenues and yields?
  • What is the growth and importance of ancillary revenues in airline financials?
  • What are the industry benchmarks that can be used by existing and new industry players to better position themselves in the marketplace? 

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Methodology and Selection Process

Introduction—Strategic Context and Industry Environment

Introduction—Strategic Context and Industry Environment (continued)

Cumulative Data of the 17 Selected Global Airlines—Operating Revenue

Cumulative Data of the 17 Selected Global Airlines—Operating Expenses

Cumulative Data of the 17 Selected Global Airlines—Profitability Margins

Cumulative Data of the 17 Selected Global Airlines—Unit Revenue and Cost Growth Trends

American Airlines Group—Strategic Highlights

American Airlines Group

American Airlines Group—Financial Metrics

American Airlines Group—Financial Metrics (continued)

American Airlines Group—Operating Metrics

American Airlines Group—KPIs

Delta Airlines—Strategic Highlights

Delta Airlines

Delta Airlines—Financial Metrics

Delta Airlines—Financial Metrics (continued)

Delta Airlines—Operating Metrics

Delta Airlines—KPIs

Southwest Airlines—Strategic Highlights

Southwest Airlines

Southwest Airlines—Financial Metrics

Southwest Airlines—Financial Metrics (continued)

Southwest Airlines—Operating Metrics

Southwest Airlines—KPIs

United Continental Holdings Inc.—Strategic Highlights

United Continental Holdings

United Continental Holdings—Financial Metrics

United Continental Holding—Financial Metrics (continued)

United Continental Holdings—Operating Metrics

United Continental Holdings—KPIs

Aegean Airlines—Strategic Highlights

Aegean Airlines

Aegean Airlines—Financial Metrics

Aegean Airlines—Financial Metrics (continued)

Aegean Airlines—Operating Metrics

Aegean Airlines—KPIs

easyJet—Strategic Highlights

easyJet

easyJet—Financial Metrics

easyJet—Financial Metrics (continued)

easyJet—Operating Metrics

easyJet—KPIs

AIR FRANCE KLM—Strategic Highlights

AIR FRANCE KLM

AIR FRANCE KLM—Financial Metrics

AIR FRANCE KLM—Financial Metrics (continued)

AIR FRANCE KLM—Operating Metrics

AIR FRANCE KLM—KPIs

Lufthansa Group—Strategic Highlights

Lufthansa Group

Lufthansa Group—Financial Metrics

Lufthansa Group—Financial Metrics (continued)

Lufthansa Group—Operating Metrics

Lufthansa Group—KPIs

Aeroflot Group—Strategic Highlights

Aeroflot Group

Aeroflot—Financial Metrics

Aeroflot—Financial Metrics (continued)

Aeroflot—Operating Metrics

eroflot—KPIs

Turkish Airlines—Strategic Highlights

Turkish Airlines

Turkish Airlines—Financial Metrics

Turkish Airlines—Financial Metrics (continued)

Turkish Airlines—Operating Metrics

Turkish Airlines—KPIs

Emirates—Strategic Highlights

Emirates

Emirates Airlines—Financial Metrics

Emirates Airlines—Financial Metrics (continued)

Emirates Airlines—Operating Metrics

Emirates Airlines—KPIs

ANA Holdings—Strategic Highlights

ANA Holdings

ANA Holdings—Financial Metrics

ANA Holdings—Financial Metrics (continued)

ANA Holdings—Operating Metrics

ANA Holdings—KPIs

China Eastern Airlines—Strategic Highlights

China Eastern Airlines

China Eastern Airlines—Financial Metrics

China Eastern Airlines—Financial Metrics (continued)

China Eastern Airlines—Operating Metrics

China Eastern Airlines—KPIs

China Southern Airlines Company Limited—Strategic Highlights

China Southern Airlines

China Southern Airlines—Financial Metrics

China Southern Airlines—Financial Metrics (continued)

China Southern Airlines—Operating Metrics

China Southern Airlines—KPIs

SpiceJet—Strategic Highlights

SpiceJet

SpiceJet—Financial Metrics

SpiceJet—Financial Metrics (continued)

SpiceJet—Operating Metrics

SpiceJet—KPIs

Air China—Strategic Highlights

Air China

Air China—Financial Metrics

Air China—Financial Metrics (continued)

Air China—Operating Metrics

Air China—KPIs

LATAM Airlines—Strategic Highlights

LATAM Airlines

LATAM—Financial Metrics

LATAM—Financial Metrics (continued)

LATAM—Operating Metrics

ATAM—KPIs

Growth Opportunity—Digital Transformation and Ancillary Services

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Conclusion

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Category Definitions

Category Definitions (continued)

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Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

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Research Scope

This research service focuses on the competitive profiling of 17 global airline and airline groups that include 4 from the United States, 4 from Europe, 1 from South America, 1 from Russia/CIS, 2 from the Middle East, and 5 from Asia.

The 10-year profiling (2008 to 2017) of these airlines and airline groups includes their financial performance, major traffic, and capacity metrics, as well as key strategic highlights. These 17 carriers represent more than 40% of the global passenger traffic, and their performance is directly linked to the financial health of the airline industry and the wider aviation supply chain. An airline’s long-term corporate strategy, driving inorganic growth and strategic partnerships, as well as the implementation of profit-improvement initiatives are mirrored in its financial and operating performance. An insight on the airline fleet expansion trends, operating costs, operating metrics and revenue trends, would be beneficial to airline IT suppliers, onboard retailers, technology partners and aircraft manufacturers to get a holistic view of where the airline industry is headed.

Key Features

Specifically, the study features strategic highlights of American Airlines Corporation, Delta Airlines Inc., Southwest Airlines, United Continental Holdings Inc., Aegean Airlines S.A, Easyjet PLC, Air France-KLM, Lufthansa Group, Aeroflot PJSC, Turkish Airlines, Emirates Airlines, ANA Holdings Inc., China Eastern Airline, China Southern Airline, Spicejet Limited, Air China, and LATAM Airlines.

Key Issues Addressed

  • Where is the airline industry headed and what is the impact of rapid
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No Index No
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Author Priyanka Chimakurthi
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number 9AB0-00-55-00-00
Is Prebook No
GPS Codes 9000-A1,9831-A1