Malaysia Aviation Industry Report - H2, 2013

Date: January 27, 2014
Pages: 37
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Publisher: Emerging Markets Direct
Report type: Strategic Report
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Malaysia Aviation Industry Report - H2, 2013
This report surveys the current trends and market outlook for the aviation sector in Malaysia. In the last decade, the Malaysian aviation industry went through a period of strong growth, with passenger traffic at both domestic and international terminals recording high growth rates and key routes established to China, Japan, Korea, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Thailand. The report also reviews the business performance for leading players including: Malaysia Airport Holding Berhad (MAHB), Malaysia Airline System Berhad (MAS), and AirAsia Berhad (AirAsia).

FY13 turned out to be a good year for the Malaysian aviation sector after the subdued growth experienced in FY12. A boost in passenger traffic, cargo movements, and commercial aircraft movements was witnessed in FY13. Growth in domestic as well as foreign tourist arrivals was the main reason for this increase. Malaysia was the 10th most-visited country in the world in 2012, according to the World Tourism Organization. Overall passenger traffic grew by 16.6% in the first nine months of FY13.

The outlook for Malaysian aviation is positive and the growth trend in passenger traffic is expected to continue in the coming years. The growth will be driven by an increase in domestic as well as international tourism, the growing popularity of Malaysia as an Asian travel hub, the rising importance of Kuala Lumpur as an international financial center, and the surge in the per capita income.

Key Points:
  • In 9MFY13, Malaysia Airlines (MAS) showed improvement on most of the operational parameters compared to 9MFY12. MAS continued to suffer from high debt and operating losses. AirAsia maintained its position as a leader in terms of passengers carried, but the entry of Malindo Air, a low-cost airline backed by Lion Air, caused a dent in the revenue growth of AirAsia.
  • The commercial aircraft movements in 9MFY13 were higher than the figure recorded in 9MFY12. The number of flights operated at international terminals (especially in China, Japan, Korea, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Thailand) increased by 12.4%, while those at domestic terminals increased by 12.5%. Air cargo movements at international terminals in 9MFY13 were 3.3% higher than the figure recorded in 9MFY12.
  • Jet fuel price declined gradually in the last three months of 2013 after reaching a high of USD126/bbl in August 2013. Overall, the average jet fuel price in FY13 was 4.4% lower than the FY12 average.
1. INDUSTRY PROFILE

1.1 Sector overview
1.2 Sector size
1.3 Competitive landscape
1.4 Environmental scanning

2. MARKET TRENDS AND OUTLOOK

2.1 Key economic indicators—Malaysia
2.2 Tourism trends
2.3 Passenger traffic
  2.3.1. International terminals
  2.3.2. Domestic terminals
2.4 Aircraft movements
  2.4.1. International terminals
  2.4.2. Domestic terminals
2.5 Air cargo trends
  2.5.1. International terminals
  2.5.2. Domestic terminals
2.6 Malaysian airports
2.7 Jet fuel
2.8 Market outlook

3. LEADING PLAYERS AND COMPARATIVE MATRIX

3.1 Leading players
  3.1.1 Malaysia Airport Holding Berhad (MAHB)
  3.1.2 Malaysia Airline System Berhad (MAS)
  3.1.3 AirAsia Berhad (AirAsia)
3.2 Comparative matrix
3.3 SWOT analysis

4. TABLES & CHARTS

Table 1: Air passenger statistics of Asian countries
Table 2: Sectors and divisions of Department of Civil Aviation
Table 3: Annual tourist arrivals by state
Table 4: Key statistics of international airports in Malaysia
Table 5: Key statistics of domestic airports
Table 6: Comparison of operational parameters of MAS and AirAsia
Table 7: Key financial ratios of leading regional aviation players
Table 8: Market multiples of leading regional aviation players
Chart 1: Passenger traffic at international terminals in Malaysia
Chart 2: Passenger traffic at domestic terminals in Malaysia
Chart 3: Air passenger traffic growth rate
Chart 4: Contribution of air transportation to Malaysian GDP
Chart 5: Annual airport operations revenues of MAHB
Chart 6: Major political parties in Malaysia by percentage of seats in parliament
Chart 7: GNI per capita—Malaysia
Chart 8: Quarterly GDP growth rate—Malaysia
Chart 9: Value of exports from Malaysia
Chart 10: Y/Y change in inflation indices—FY13
Chart 11: Benchmark interest rate (OPR)—Malaysia
Chart 12: Annual tourist arrivals in Malaysia
Chart 13: Passenger traffic at the international terminals
Chart 14: International passenger statistics by airports
Chart 15: Passenger traffic at the domestic terminals
Chart 16: Domestic passenger statistics by airports
Chart 17: Commercial aircraft movements at international terminals in Malaysia
Chart 18: Commercial aircraft movements at the international terminals in 9MFY13
Chart 19: Commercial aircraft movements at international terminals by airports
Chart 20: Commercial aircraft movements at domestic terminals in Malaysia
Chart 21: Commercial aircraft movements at domestic terminals in 9MFY13
Chart 22: Commercial aircraft movements at domestic terminals by airports
Chart 23: Air cargo movements at international terminals in Malaysia
Chart 24: Air cargo movements at the international terminals in 9MFY13
Chart 25: Air cargo movements at international terminals by airports
Chart 26: Cargo movements at domestic terminals in Malaysia
Chart 27: Air cargo movements at the domestic terminals in 9MFY13
Chart 28: Cargo movements at domestic terminals by airports
Chart 29: International market share at KLIA—passenger traffic
Chart 30: International market share at KLIA—cargo traffic
Chart 31: Jet fuel price in USD/barrel
Chart 32: Forecast for passenger traffic at the Malaysian airports
Chart 33: Breakup of revenues of MAHB
Chart 34: Total revenues of MAHB
Chart 35: Profit margin of MAHB
Chart 36: Breakup of revenues of MAS
Chart 37: Total revenues of MAS
Chart 38: Profit margin of MAS
Chart 39: Breakup of revenues of AirAsia
Chart 40: Total revenues of AirAsia
Chart 41: Profit margin of AirAsia

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