Chinese Aviation Sector Analysed by Kuick Research in New Cutting-Edge Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com29 Apr 2013 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Since 1996, China has seen a steady increase in the volume of general aviation operations and services in line with the overall economic revival. As a result, the nation has passed into a prominent player in the worldwide aviation universe in the recent past, encouraged strongly by the government’s policy. Thus, during 2008-2012, the overall traffic, passenger traffic as well as the cargo and mail traffic flows in China increased by over 15%, 16% and 13% Y-o-Y, respectively, while the global growth was around 5% Y-o-Y on average in all sectors. The country is the globe’s second biggest and most swiftly growing country air travel market, comprising more than 10% of the world’s total passenger jet demand. Further, China is anticipated to contribute close to USD 25bn to the construction of aerospace industries throughout its territory. Today, over two-thirds of the global airports are being built in the country.
New cutting-edge report “China Aviation Industry Analysis” elaborated by Kuick Research gives a bird’s eye view of the Chinese aviation industry.
The report provides an in-depth analysis of the aviation industry at the national level. The study analyses civil, commercial and defence aviation market segments; reviews current aircraft developments in the country’s aviation sector; assesses civil and commercial aircraft fleet strength; talks about emerging trends in the sector; reviews M&As in the industry; highlights opportunities and issues to be resolved; profiles the top airline and aircraft manufacturers. China’s civil aviation law as well as regulatory and policy framework fall within the themes discussed in the research, too.
Aircraft manufacturers discussed are: Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China, Changhe Aircraft Industries Corporation, Shaanxi Aircraft Company, Xi'an Aircraft Industrial Corporation, and Shenyang Aircraft Corporation.
Airlines examined include: Air China, China Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines, China Cargo Airlines, and Shanghai Airlines.
China Aviation Industry Analysis
Published: April, 2013
Price: US$ 900.00
More new market reports by the publisher can be found at Kuick Research page.