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The airline industry offers transportation services via flights for passengers or freight. Airlines may lease or own an aircraft to provide these services, and at time may combine their services with that of another airline for mutual benefits. Airlines in the industry are typically identified by a license issued to the company by a government aviation committee, or by an air operating certificate. The airline industry consists of a variety of different services, from a singular aircraft utilized to deliver cargo or mail, to full-service airline that operate internationally with many different aircrafts. Airlines are classified by the services they offer: intra-continental, domestic, regional, intercontinental, or international. They may be utilized as charters or scheduled services.

Airlines are highly leveraged, and as such they must buy or lease new aircrafts and engines on a regular basis, as well as settle on decisions for their fleet, keeping in mind the goal of meeting market demand while operating a fleet that remains economical for the industry. In order to maintain the services an airline offers, they must handle the associated costs effectively. Labor, IT services and networks, aviation insurance, engines, spare parts, fuel, handling services, training, sales distribution, catering, and equipment are only some examples of the price of operating an airline. Most of the profit an airline turns over from ticket sales is used to pay to keep the airline in business. Airlines are also held accountable for upholding the government regulations that apply to aircrafts. For example, if a passenger boards an international flight without the correct documentation, the airline has to return the passenger to the initial country.

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Airlines Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Spain Tourism Report Q3 2017

    ...accommodationinfrastructure to match. Further growth in international arrivals, alongside a large domestic market, meansthe tourism sector continues to attract investment, particularly to the high-end hotel sector. There arepotential downside risks for the market, including an ... Read More

  • Egypt Tourism Report Q3 2017

    ...outlook for the tourism sector is, however, extremely poor in light of ongoing domestic andregional security concerns and arrivals are expected to record a third consecutive year of decline in 2017.While the market has proven ... Read More

  • Kenya Tourism Report Q3 2017

    ...in tourist numbers,leading to reduced demand and a reduction of receipts. However, the future looks brighter. We areforecasting strong growth in visitor numbers, boosted by much tighter security and improved domestic andinternational travel infrastructure. Arrivals ... Read More

  • City Travel Briefing: Seoul

    ...has strongly boosted visitor arrivals to Seoul. In 2017, growth rate significantly declined following a diplomatic tension with China. Despite so, future outlook expects to remain positive. This report will thus highlight some initiatives taken ... Read More

  • South Africa Tourism Report Q3 2017

    ...sector, beach holidays at numerous coastal destinations and a range of historical and culturaldestinations. The hotel sector is relatively developed and most budget levels are well catered for,particularly in destinations such as Durban and Cape ... Read More

  • Namibia Tourism Report Q3 2017

    ...government's tourismstrategy. At present, the country continues to suffer from a lack of investment in the hotel sector andrelatively poor transport infrastructure, and will struggle to differentiate itself in the competitive SouthernAfrican tourism sector. Spending ... Read More

  • Turkey Tourism Report Q3 2017

    ...diplomatic and internal politicalissues, geopolitical tensions and terrorist attacks. The market continues to face a challenging outlook andTurkey may struggle to change perceptions of the safety and security of key tourism destinations in thecountry. The ... Read More

  • Global In-Flight Catering Services Market: Analysis By Segment (In-house, Outsource, Hotels, Small Caterers), By Flight Type (Low Cost, Full Service, Private Aircraft), By Region, By Country: Opportunities and Forecast (2017-2022)

    ...America, Europe, APAC and ROW) and By Country (U.S., Canada, Germany, France, U.K., China and India). Brushless DC Motor is gaining major traction as the next major development in DC Motors; however, there are certain ... Read More

  • The Global Commercial Aircraft Market 2017-2027

    ...The cumulative market for global expenditure on commercial aircraft is estimated at US$2.2 Trillion over the forecast period. The expenditure on commercial aircraft is expected to be driven by the increase in low cost carriers, ... Read More

  • Travel & Tourism in South Africa (2017) – Market Sizes

    ...on numbers of visitors on leisure and/or business trips which include at least one overnight stay in paid accommodation. Market size for Travel & Tourism in South Africa is given in tourist with a minimum ... Read More

  • Travel & Tourism in US (2017) – Market Sizes

    ...numbers of visitors on leisure and/or business trips which include at least one overnight stay in paid accommodation. Market size for Travel & Tourism in US is given in tourist with a minimum of five ... Read More

  • Travel & Tourism in UK (2017) – Market Sizes

    ...numbers of visitors on leisure and/or business trips which include at least one overnight stay in paid accommodation. Market size for Travel & Tourism in UK is given in tourist with a minimum of five ... Read More

  • Qatar Tourism Report Q3 2017

    ...five-year period to 2021. The government remainsactively committed towards developing the tourism sector in the aftermath of the global prolonged oil priceslump. The dwindling oil revenues have forced the Gulf governments to undertake economic diversificationreforms ... Read More

  • Romania Tourism Report Q3 2017

    ...growth in the market has attracted the attention of investors and a number of newproperties are under development, including several popular global brands - though Romania continues tostruggle to compete with more mature regional markets. ... Read More

  • United Arab Emirates Tourism Report Q3 2017

    ...investors, large-scale public investmentis also underway to expand transport infrastructure and develop a more diverse range of tourist attractions. Visitor numbers are rising steadily and the UAE benefits from a relatively diverse inbound travel marketwhich ... Read More

  • Australia Tourism Report Q3 2017

    ...thetourism industry and the country is successfully marketing itself to key source markets, such as China, inorder to sustain growth. The expected increase in visitor numbers combined with a solid domestic tourismsector means Australia is ... Read More

  • Zambia Tourism Report Q3 2017

    ...grow only steadily over the next fiveyears. Arrivals will outperform international receipts as less wealthy visitors will make up the lion's shareof arrivals, often from neighbouring countries. But improving marketing and, in particular, transportinfrastructure will ... Read More

  • Singapore Tourism Report Q3 2017

    ...key source market for thenumber of tourists visiting the country, after surpassing Indonesia as the top source market during severalmonths last year. Overall, BMI is forecasting that 16.8mn tourists will head to Singapore in 2017, ... Read More

  • Ukraine Tourism Report Q3 2017

    ...upturn through2020 and 2021. The falling inbound tourism, brought about by the ongoing crisis revolving around Russiaand the Crimea, will drive a reduction in tourism receipts and the overall value of the market. Theaccommodation sector ... Read More

  • Russia Tourism Report Q3 2017

    ...new tourism links with Asia Pacific including China, though theEuropean source market remains the most important. Strained political and diplomatic relations, alongwith the Ukrainian crisis, continue to weigh on European arrivals, though we do note ... Read More

  • Travel Services Market in India 2017-2021

    ...the travel services market is segmented into six: hotel accommodation, domestic flight, rail ticket, domestic bus, taxi or cab, and holiday package. On the basis of the mode of booking, the travel services market is ... Read More

  • Indonesia Tourism Report Q3 2017

    ...marketing campaigns and transport/energyinfrastructure investment are yielding tangible benefits and the country is attracting rising numbers ofvisitors as well as new investors, though we do note that entrants to the market face potential challengessuch as ... Read More

  • Airlines BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) Industry Guide 2017

    ...profile also contains descriptions of the leading players including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the market. Synopsis Essential resource for top-line data and analysis covering the BRIC airlines market. Includes market ... Read More

  • Airlines North America (NAFTA) Industry Guide 2017

    ...contains descriptions of the leading players including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the market. Synopsis Essential resource for top-line data and analysis covering the NAFTA airlines market. Includes market size and ... Read More

  • Upcoming Tourism Destinations in South America: Flows & Spending in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Peru

    ...However, Argentina’s economic recovery is on its way and growth is projected for the coming years as the impact of recent reforms and changes in economic policy start to gain traction. Colombia has the most ... Read More

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