Middle Eastern Military Helicopter Growth Opportunities

Middle Eastern Military Helicopter Growth Opportunities

Mergers & Acquisitions of Military Helicopters are Consolidating due to Political Tension and Proxy Wars in the Region

RELEASE DATE
29-Apr-2022
REGION
South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
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Market Research
Research Code: K73F-01-00-00-00
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This research service provides the state of the Middle Eastern military helicopter market and modernization program opportunities.

The market will grow 30% in the coming years due to new acquisition programs that will not replace legacy helicopters but reinforce these
countries’ modern fleets. The political instability of several countries and fighting militias drive these acquisition programs. In response to
this threat, the development of some segments is in demand.

Some military development projects involve sensitive information, classified and not releasable to the public. Therefore, the number of current contracts may be higher than depicted in the forecasts. The competitive landscape shows a high market concentration among the three major companies. Drivers and restraints are cited within this analysis, focusing on industrial, political, and foreign challenges affecting future Middle Eastern scenarios that will impact current modernization efforts. Finally, the study highlights product growth opportunities and specific prospects that should be acquiring more helicopters due to the current threats and the economic freedom. Growth opportunities focus on companies currently involved in the market and new companies contemplating entering a future military helicopter market or electric vertical take-off landing (eVTOL) aircraft market.

Author: John Hernandez

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Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on Middle Eastern Military Helicopters

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Overview, Trends, and Challenges

Scope of Research

Segmentation

Key Competitors

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

Growth Opportunity Analysis—Utility Helicopters

Growth Opportunity Analysis—Attack Helicopters

Growth Opportunity Analysis—Heavy Lift Helicopters

Competitive Environment

Competitive Environment (continued)

Military Helicopter Modernization Programs in the Middle East

Saudi Arabia

Egypt

Israel

Qatar

United Arab Emirates

Other countries

Growth Opportunity 1: Military eVTOL for Middle East Armed Forces to Enable a Cost-effective Fleet

Growth Opportunity 1: Military eVTOL for Middle East Armed Forces to Enable a Cost-effective Fleet (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Fleet Acquisition of Attack Helicopters for Equipping Oman

Growth Opportunity 2: Fleet Acquisition of Attack Helicopters for Equipping Oman (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: FRLAA and FARA Partnership for a Next-generation Helicopter with Middle Eastern Allies

Growth Opportunity 3: FRLAA and FARA Partnership for a Next-generation Helicopter with Middle Eastern Allies (continued)

Conclusion and Future Outlook

List of Exhibits

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This research service provides the state of the Middle Eastern military helicopter market and modernization program opportunities. The market will grow 30% in the coming years due to new acquisition programs that will not replace legacy helicopters but reinforce these countries’ modern fleets. The political instability of several countries and fighting militias drive these acquisition programs. In response to this threat, the development of some segments is in demand. Some military development projects involve sensitive information, classified and not releasable to the public. Therefore, the number of current contracts may be higher than depicted in the forecasts. The competitive landscape shows a high market concentration among the three major companies. Drivers and restraints are cited within this analysis, focusing on industrial, political, and foreign challenges affecting future Middle Eastern scenarios that will impact current modernization efforts. Finally, the study highlights product growth opportunities and specific prospects that should be acquiring more helicopters due to the current threats and the economic freedom. Growth opportunities focus on companies currently involved in the market and new companies contemplating entering a future military helicopter market or electric vertical take-off landing (eVTOL) aircraft market. Author: John Hernandez
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Deliverable Type Market Research
Author John Hernandez
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Podcast No
WIP Number K73F-01-00-00-00