Airlines: Global Industry Guide is an essential resource for top-level data and analysis covering the Airlines industry. It includes detailed data on market size and segmentation, textual analysis of the key trends and competitive landscape, and profiles of the leading companies. This incisive report provides expert analysis on a global, regional and country basis.
Scope of the Report
- Contains an executive summary and data on value, volume and segmentation
- Provides textual analysis of the industry's prospects, competitive landscape and profiles of the leading companies
- Incorporates in-depth five forces competitive environment analysis and scorecards
- Covers the Global, European and Asia-Pacific markets as well as individual chapters on 5 major markets (France, Germany, Japan, the UK and the US).
- Includes a five-year forecast of the industry
The global airlines industry grew by 11.9% in 2010 to reach a value of $501.2 billion.
In 2015, the global airlines industry is forecast to have a value of $713.6 billion, an increase of 42.4% since 2010.
The global airlines industry grew by 5.7% in 2010 to reach a volume of 2,373.1 million passengers.
In 2015, the global airlines industry is forecast to have a volume of 3,046.4 million passengers, an increase of 28.4% since 2010.
Domestic is the largest segment of the global airlines industry, accounting for 64% of the industry's total volume.
Americas accounts for 44.4% of the global airlines industry value.
Rivalry in the global airlines industry is strong, due in part to the sheer size of competitors and the difficulties in exiting the industry.
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The airlines industry comprises passenger air transportation, including both scheduled and chartered, but excludes air freight transport. Industry volumes are defined as the total number of revenue passengers enplaned (departures) at all airports within the country or region, excluding transit passengers who arrive and depart on the same flight code. For the US and Canada, transborder passengers departing from either country are considered as part of the international segment. Industry value is defined as the total revenue obtained by airlines from transporting these passengers. This avoids the double-counting of passengers. All currency conversions in this profile were carried out using constant 2010 average annual exchange rates.