Airlines Industry is Profitable Business, According to New Report by MarketLine Published at MarketPublishers.com
28 Oct 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The global airlines industry traditionally has high revenues. In 2015, for instance, this industry amount to slightly over USD 583 billion in terms of revenue, and it demonstrated a CAGR of more than 7% over the period 2011-2015.
The industry volume surpassed 3.3 billion passenger mark in 2015, showing a CAGR of 5.2% in 2011-2015.
There are a number of prominent companies spearheading this global space like Lufthansa Group, China Southern Airlines, United Continental Holdings, and more.
New research report “Airlines Global Industry Almanac_2016” worked out by MarketLine offers a deep analysis of the world’s airlines industry. The study estimates value of the airlines market as well as its volume. It sheds light on global airlines and provides a detailed overview of the marketplace.
The report casts light on macroeconomic indicators relative to regions and countries playing leading roles in the world’s market space. The research study comprises a five forces analysis for each of these marketplaces. It also concentrates on the competitive environment and shares with a reader company’s profiles.
Countries covered in the research report include: India, the UK, Indonesia, France, Australia, Russia, Mexico, and more.
- information on the size of the marketplace as of 2015;
- sizing forecasts through 2020;
- coverage of forces impacting the competitive environment;
- insights into performance of the space over the last 5 years;
- data on top players;
- and more.
Other Industries and Markets Explored by the Publisher Comprise:
- Bakery and Cereals Global Group of Eight
- Jewelry and Watches
- Hotels and Motels North America
- Confectionery BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China)
More new reports by MarketLine are available at its page.
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