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Airlines in United States to 2019: Databook

30 pages • By Canadean Ltd

SummaryCanadean's 'Airlines in United States to 2019: Databook' contains detailed historic and forecast data covering the airlines market in the travel and tourism industry in United States. This databook provides data on seats available, seats sold by passenger type, load factor, passenger kilometers available, revenue-generating...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in Asia: Changing the Status Quo

43 pages • By Euromonitor International

The airline segment in Asia Pacific thrived in the last year with low cost carriers expected to continue to show a very strong growth. Infrastructure developments and establishment of new airline partnerships have been dominating the industry. Low fuel prices also helped airlines and their profitability, while new plane orders continued to...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in Norway, Euromonitor International

15 pages • By Euromonitor International

Threats of strike action continued to occupy a large share of media coverage regarding airlines in 2014. The two governing airlines, SAS and Norwegian Air Shuttle, along with Lufthansa, were involved in strikes or the threat of strike action during the year. Disagreement between Parat (Norwegian Cabin Personnel) and NHO Luftfart (Norwegian...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in Portugal

13 pages • By Euromonitor International

Retail value sales of airlines have been growing since 2010 and this continued in 2014. Airlines transported 32,519 thousand passengers in 2014, an increase of 3% over the previous year. This was once again a record performance.Euromonitor International's Airlines in Portugal report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in the Czech Republic, Euromonitor International

12 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2014, current value sales decreased by 3% while the number of people carried rose by 3%. The increasing interest of Czechs in booking flights online, the rising number of flights to both short and long destinations and an overall lowering of prices caused by growing competition boosted the performance of airlines at the end of the review...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in South Africa, Euromonitor International

13 pages • By Euromonitor International

The South African low-cost airline industry witnessed one player enter the country in late 2014 as demand for low cost air seats remained fairly high in South Africa. Flysafair entered the category a year after another low cost carrier, 1Time, was liquidated due to financial challenges. The airline entered at a time when consumers were in...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in Turkey

12 pages • By Euromonitor International

Thanks to increasing investment in new planes and routes, airlines continued to perform well in 2014. Additionally, various promotions from the leading airline companies facilitated a consumer switch from coach travel to air travel due to the narrowing gap in prices between the two. Consequently, airlines registered 10% current value growth...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in Slovakia

12 pages • By Euromonitor International

Current value sales of airlines grew by 7% in 2014 thanks to the rising purchasing power of Slovak consumers and declining unemployment. Slovak tourists increasingly desire to spend their holidays abroad rather than going sightseeing in the country. The popularity of long weekend flights was particularly growing in 2014 thanks to the rising...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in Spain, Euromonitor International

13 pages • By Euromonitor International

The number of air passengers in Spain increased by 1% in 2014, mainly due to the improvement of the economic situation both domestically and in the British and German markets, which were the main sources of tourists arriving to Spain. The overall good performance of tourism in Spain in 2014 also played a major role.Euromonitor International's...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in Morocco

11 pages • By Euromonitor International

Airlines experienced healthy current retail value growth of 2% in 2014. One of the main reasons for this was the impressive performance of Royal Air Maroc in 2014, which added four new Embraer 190 airplanes to support its existing fleet, along with the launch of new flight schedules like Tangier/Gibraltar and Abuja/N’Djamena. Several partnerships...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in the United Kingdom, Euromonitor International

15 pages • By Euromonitor International

Airlines benefited from a rise in economic confidence in the UK and in many countries around the world at the end of the review period, which resulted in a greater willingness to travel among both business and leisure travellers. However, while passenger numbers rose by over 2% in 2014 over the previous year, in comparison to a review period...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in Hungary, Euromonitor International

14 pages • By Euromonitor International

Following a modest shrinking of the category in 2012 and 2013, airlines in Hungary increased their sales substantially while the number of passengers carried also reached a historic high of 9 million.Euromonitor International's Airlines in Hungary report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in Israel

12 pages • By Euromonitor International

Since the commencement of the “Open Skies” agreement in 2013, there has been a major change in the airlines category. The agreement states that the EU-Israel air transport market will be opened gradually over the forecast period, so that by 2018 it will be fully open with no restrictions on the number of flights. As the law allowed the number...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in Greece

14 pages • By Euromonitor International

2014 was a record year for traffic in Greek airports, showcasing a 17% increase to reach a total of 45 million passengers. At the same time, value sales of domestic and outbound flights increased by 6% to reach €2.3 billion. According to the Civil Aviation Authority (YPA), international traffic increased by 15%, while domestic traffic left...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in Kenya

11 pages • By Euromonitor International

During the review period, airlines in Kenya continued to experience a challenging environment, with high fuel costs, escalating security concerns, weak global economic conditions, intensifying competition in the international market and travel advisories issued for Kenya from tourist source markets in Europe and America.Euromonitor...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in India, Euromonitor International

11 pages • By Euromonitor International

Airlines in 2014 registered growth of 20% in current value terms to reach Rs1,142 billion. This was driven by the increased number of airlines in the country. Over 2013-2015, a large number of brands such as AirAsia, Air Costa, Air Pegasus and Vistara, were launched in India. These new airlines offered cheaper tickets and higher connectivity...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in Italy, Euromonitor International

13 pages • By Euromonitor International

A positive performance was recorded in the number of airline passengers towards the end of the review period, with 5% growth recorded in 2014 as 150 million passengers were carried over the course of the year. At the same time, airlines increased in current value by 13% in 2014, rising to €8.5 billion. At the same time, charter airlines recorded...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in China, Euromonitor International

11 pages • By Euromonitor International

Competitive pricing offered by airlines has greatly fuelled the market, leading to strong value growth of 7% in 2014. To compete with high-speed rail, many short haul flights marketed very affordable air tickets, with some as low as 90% off the regular price. On the other hand, the low cost carriers (LCC) market has been dynamic in China over...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in Bulgaria

12 pages • By Euromonitor International

For the first time since 2011, scheduled flights managed to grow and grew more strongly than charter and low cost flights. The main reason was the increased number of outbound trips of Bulgarians and the fact than many host countries are not directly accessible by either low cost or scheduled flights. Instead, the majority of the Bulgarian...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in Egypt

12 pages • By Euromonitor International

After a very turbulent season for airlines in Egypt between 2011 and 2013, air travel is picking up heavily in Egypt. Occupancy rates across almost all airlines operating in Egypt increased substantially over the course of 2014, signalling improvements in the travel and tourism industry.Euromonitor International's Airlines in Egypt...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in Ecuador

10 pages • By Euromonitor International

Increased connections and growth were seen in airlines in 2014. A new low cost airline entered the market in December 2014 when VivaColombia became the first low cost airline to operate in Ecuador, flying between Quito and Bogotá. With great acceptance and the objective of capturing 50% of the passenger market, prices for travel are likely...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in Colombia

11 pages • By Euromonitor International

Air transportation recorded growth in 2014, driven by the success of low-cost carriers, not only of domestic companies such as VivaColombia or Easy Fly, but also of foreign companies such as JetBlue, Spirit and more recently the Mexican airline Interjet that began operations to Colombia in mid-2013. Low-cost carrier passenger traffic increased...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in the US

13 pages • By Euromonitor International

The airline landscape is highly consolidated, with the top four players, namely American Airlines Group, Delta Air Lines, United Continental Holdings and Southwest Airlines, together holding a share of 70% in 2014. In the past decade, the industry has witnessed a number of mergers between the industry’s top airlines. With increased consolidation,...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in Switzerland

13 pages • By Euromonitor International

Charter airlines posted a negative performance in 2014 with both sales and the number of passengers carried declining. The reason for this negative development can be explained by the fact that charter airlines are generally used for flights outside of normal scheduled flight hours and tend to be rather expensive.Euromonitor International's...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in Venezuela

14 pages • By Euromonitor International

A devaluation of 85% in January 2014 in the currency and a decrease in the frequency of flights and the total number of seats resulted in the price of air fares rising sharply, leading to current value growth of 490% in 2014. By the end of 2014, when the black market exchange rate grew by 75% in the space of two weeks, some airfares reached...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in Germany, Euromonitor International

11 pages • By Euromonitor International

Airlines in Germany were able to benefit from a number of factors at the end of the review period, the most important being the continued growth of inbound, outbound and domestic travel flows, which triggered considerable additional demand for flights. Another positive factor was the lower price of fuel, which to a certain degree, especially...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in Chile

11 pages • By Euromonitor International

Airlines grew by 13% in terms of current value sales in 2014 and by 9% in terms of the number of people carried. Discount coupons from internet companies and special packages from travel retail agencies and air transportation companies helped to achieve airlines’ 2014 performance, increasing the number of domestic flights and outbound travel....

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Sep 2015

Airlines in Denmark, Euromonitor International

12 pages • By Euromonitor International

While living in a cold Nordic country, Danes are known to be big fans of travel and taking holidays in sunny and warmer countries. The economy in Denmark recorded a stable performance in 2014, giving the Danes confidence in their finances and supporting positive development of outbound trips, resulting in growth of expenditure on airlines....

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Sep 2015

Airlines in Croatia

11 pages • By Euromonitor International

The national carrier Croatia Airlines continues to enjoy a strong leading position in airlines in Croatia. In 2014, the company accounted for a 41% share of retail value sales in airlines, followed by Lufthansa on an 8% share. Although Croatia Airlines is lagging behind the competition in terms of its route network, loyalty scheme and competitive...

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Sep 2015

Airlines in Argentina

11 pages • By Euromonitor International

Plan “Ahora 12”, the programme sponsored by the government, by which purchases of air tickets can be paid in 12 instalments with no interest rate, drove the positive performance of airlines in 2014, with the number of passengers up 2% and value sales up 35%, although this was slightly below the inflation rate and considerably lower than the...

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Sep 2015