Air Travel Services Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis


Air Travel Services Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Airlines in Israel

    ... in 2020 have nosedived. The country’s largest airline, El Al, cancelled all its routes and has sought financial aid from the government. Smaller players will struggle to survive, and some are likely to fold during ... Read More

  • Airlines in Ecuador

    ... they will lose nine years of growth. On 14 March 2020, Ecuador closed all its borders and suspended all international flights. Between the months of March and May, most flights were grounded, and passengers could ... Read More

  • Key Trends in Airlines

    ... many airlines have reduced flight schedules and suffered from lower-than-normal load factors, causing many to rapidly streamline operations in order to navigate the pandemic. However, airlines are adapting and adopting new technologies and strategies in ... Read More

  • Global Chartered Air Services Market: Size & Forecast with Impact Analysis of COVID-19 (2020-2024)

    ... (2020-2024)”, provides an in depth analysis of the global chartered air services market by value, by application, by region, etc. The report provides a regional analysis of the chartered air services market, including the following ... Read More

  • Airlines in Morocco

    ... closed fully on 16 March, with only some emergency flights allowed, such as to repatriate tourists. This has caused significant revenue loss for international and local airline with most planes grounded through the second quarter ... Read More

  • Domestic Airlines in the US - Industry Market Research Report

    ... capita disposable income, consumer confidence and total corporate profit have bolstered demand from both business and leisure travelers. However, during the first half of the five-year period, falling fuel prices reduced fuel surcharge fees which ... Read More

  • Airlines in Poland

    ... the exception of repatriation flights and flights related to certain business activities. From 15 March to 31 May, airlines operated only repatriation flights and cargo flights - the latter mainly between China and Poland. LOT ... Read More

  • Airlines in Argentina

    ... the world’s strictest travel bans due to COVID-19 with a total ban on international and domestic commercial airline flights until September 2020. In April, Argentina’s National Civil Aviation Administration banned carriers from selling flights to, ... Read More

  • Global Full Service Airlines Market - Market Overview and Insights for Full Service Airlines to 2024

    ... the future of this segment and an analysis of the full service airline market globally. Detailed market insight is provided on the Americas, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and Europe. It also features profiles of ... Read More

  • Airlines in Brazil

    ... the region prior to the pandemic. For international flights, the supply of flights in the same month was equivalent to only 3% of the flights that were planned to be operated before the pandemic. Euromonitor ... Read More

  • Airlines in Chile

    ... restrictions and travel bans. This is accompanied by a lack of consumer confidence in flying which is set to persist even as flights resume, due to ongoing concerns about the potential spread of the virus ... Read More

  • Airlines in Egypt

    ... on 19 March and going into lockdown soon after that. Schools, airports, hotels, restaurants, cafés, bazaars, casinos, clubs, sports events and entertainment facilities were completely closed, and all flights were suspended. Since July 1, the ... Read More

  • Airlines in Bulgaria

    ... International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) estimated that global international capacity could fall by as much as two thirds during the first three quarters of 2020, compared to original forecasts. Europe was expected to be one ... Read More

  • Airlines in Hungary

    ... as travel to major Mediterranean holiday destinations is expected to be virtually non-existent in 2020. Low cost airlines are expected to perform relatively better. During summer 2020, there was a small uplift in the number ... Read More

  • Airlines in Sweden

    ... clear lead with 43% retail value share overall, which represents a significant gain on its overall share in 2019. The airline dominates scheduled airlines. In second place overall and in scheduled airlines is BRA - ... Read More

  • Airlines in Turkey

    ... pandemic, stopping flights from China and Iran before the country’s first case was announced. It subsequently stopped all flights from Italy, South Korea and Iraq, closed its borders with Iran and Iraq and over the ... Read More

  • Airlines in Italy

    ... in March, April and May 2020. Airlines cancelled multiple flights as demand collapsed. Some flights were earmarked for the repatriation of Italian citizens still abroad at the outbreak of the global pandemic, while leisure and ... Read More

  • Airlines in Croatia

    ... and low-cost airlines operating to/from Croatia were forced to ground their airplanes and cancel most of their international flights, although many are now gradually being reinstated as the year progresses. Similarly, all domestic flights were ... Read More

  • Airlines in Spain

    ... have been heavily reduced. Based on a report from the Spanish air traffic control agency, during March-May 2020 all Spanish airports registered 95% lower operations compared to the same period in the previous year. Airlines ... Read More

  • Airlines in Switzerland

    ... value sales, low cost carriers are expected to be the hardest hit, with charter airlines set to fare slightly better in comparison. Air traffic was brought to a virtual standstill in April 2020 due to ... Read More

  • Airlines in Australia

    ... were grounded for the first half of the year, and with international borders not set to reopen until 2021, with the possible exception of New Zealand, this is expected to continue into the second half ... Read More

  • Airlines in Denmark

    ... consumers remain fearful of travelling, wary of the virus. Both of these aspects are set to have a severe impact on airlines in 2020. Euromonitor International's Airlines in Denmark report offers a comprehensive guide to ... Read More

  • Airlines in Belgium

    ... rapidly brought commercial passenger operations to a virtual standstill during the spring and early summer. While the country’s main airport, Brussels Zaventem, remained open throughout the country’s lockdown, leading carrier Brussels Airlines cancelled all flights ... Read More

  • Airlines in China

    ... began to open up. According to the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), air passengers numbered 25.83 million in May, representing a 52.6% year-on-year decline, compared with a 68.5% decline in April, when passengers numbered ... Read More

  • Global Inflight Catering Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025

    ... to 2025, with a CAGR of 3.4% in the forecast period of 2020 to 2025 and will expected to reach USD 17960 million by 2025, from USD 15740 million in 2019. The Inflight Catering market ... Read More

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