Network Diversification and Fleet Optimization Power the Commercial Aerospace Market in Africa, 2020

Network Diversification and Fleet Optimization Power the Commercial Aerospace Market in Africa, 2020

Strategic Partnering and Network Expansion are Top Growth Strategies for Pandemic-hit Airlines

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07-Dec-2020
REGION
Africa
Research Code: K563-01-00-00-00
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Over the last decade, Africa, along with the Asia-Pacific, has grown the fastest in terms of GDP and had an average annual growth rate of 6% or more. Still, most of the countries in the continent have to significantly improve their political stability and public infrastructure to attract new investments and properly integrate themselves with further developed markets, such as the Middle East or North America.

COVID-19 has placed African countries in a position where they should usher crucial and disruptive changes that will recapture the attention of the world and make Africa a region of opportunity once more. Ethiopia has successfully overcome social differences and established a reliable and predictable government. Though there is still room for improvement, especially the democratic aspect, Ethiopia and Kenya are undoubtedly the fastest growing markets in the continent and a real challenge to the South African western political preponderancy in the region.

The commercial aerospace industry is a key tool by which countries should develop their logistics, transportation, and connections with the rest of the world. The objective of this study is to identity the growth opportunities that public authorities and private companies need to capitalize on and on which they can ensure the prosperity of the commercial aerospace industry in Africa.

Conclusions of this study:
• Airline suggested changes to air route networks
• COVID-19 impact and opportunities
• MRO and training opportunities

Who will benefit from this study?
• OEMs
• Public transportation administrations or ministries
• Investment groups
• Airline executives
• MRO service providers

Key Issues Addressed

  • Who are the main stakeholders in the commercial airline market?
  • What is the current market status in terms of economy, growth, and social improvements?
  • What are the next steps which might disrupt the African air transportation system?
  • What are they key growth opportunities for the commercial aerospace industry in Africa?

Author: Jonathan Norman

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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 the Commercial Aerospace Market in Africa

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

COVID-19 Impact on World GDP Growth

COVID-19 Impact on Key Regions and Countries

Growth Drivers for Commercial Aerospace Market in Africa

Growth Restraints for Commercial Aerospace Market in Africa

Growth Environment—Africa at a Glance

Growth Environment—Africa at a Glance (continued)

Growth Environment—Africa at a Glance (continued)

Growth Environment—Africa at a Glance (continued)

Growth Environment—Africa at a Glance (continued)

Growth Environment—Africa at a Glance (continued)

Growth Environment—Africa at a Glance (continued)

Top 5 Airlines—Ethiopian Airlines

Top 5 Airlines—EgyptAir

Top 5 Airlines—South African Airways

Top 5 Airlines—Royal Air Maroc

Top 5 Airlines—Kenya Airways

Business Verticals Analysis—Aftermarket

Business Verticals Analysis—Aftermarket Spending by Segment: Airframe

Business Verticals Analysis—Aftermarket Spending by Segment: Component

Business Verticals Analysis—Aftermarket Spending by Segment: Engine

Business Verticals Analysis—Aftermarket Spending by Segment: Line Maintenance

Business Verticals Analysis—Aftermarket Spending by Segment: Modifications

Growth Opportunity 1—Diversified Air Networks for Better Profit and Risk Distribution

Growth Opportunity 1—Diversified Air Networks for Better Profit and Risk Distribution (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2—Optimized Fleet Composition for Region-focused Service

Growth Opportunity 2—Optimized Fleet Composition for Region-focused Service (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3—Multigovernment-Private MRO Joint Ventures for Cheaper and Faster Fleet Maintenance

Growth Opportunity 3—Multigovernment-Private MRO Joint Ventures for Cheaper and Faster Fleet Maintenance (continued)

Growth Opportunity 4—Training Centers and Academy Opportunities to Tap into Local Labor Sources

Growth Opportunity 4—Training Centers and Academy Opportunities to Tap into Local Labor Sources (continued)

Conclusion

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Over the last decade, Africa, along with the Asia-Pacific, has grown the fastest in terms of GDP and had an average annual growth rate of 6% or more. Still, most of the countries in the continent have to significantly improve their political stability and public infrastructure to attract new investments and properly integrate themselves with further developed markets, such as the Middle East or North America. COVID-19 has placed African countries in a position where they should usher crucial and disruptive changes that will recapture the attention of the world and make Africa a region of opportunity once more. Ethiopia has successfully overcome social differences and established a reliable and predictable government. Though there is still room for improvement, especially the democratic aspect, Ethiopia and Kenya are undoubtedly the fastest growing markets in the continent and a real challenge to the South African western political preponderancy in the region. The commercial aerospace industry is a key tool by which countries should develop their logistics, transportation, and connections with the rest of the world. The objective of this study is to identity the growth opportunities that public authorities and private companies need to capitalize on and on which they can ensure the prosperity of the commercial aerospace industry in Africa. Conclusions of this study: • Airline suggested changes to air route networks • COVID-19 impact and opportunities • MRO and training opportunities Who will benefit from this study? • OEMs • Public transportation administrations or ministries • Investment groups • Airline executives • MRO service providers--BEGIN PROMO--

Key Issues Addressed

  • Who are the main stakeholders in the commercial airline market?
  • What is the current market status in terms of economy, growth, and social improvements?
  • What are the next steps which might disrupt the African air transportation system?
  • What are they key growth opportunities for the commercial aerospace industry in Africa?

Author: Jonathan Norman

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