Airlines Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

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

  • Transportation Services Sector

    ... (Denmark), Deutsche Lufthansa and Deutsche Post (Germany), and East Japan Railway and NYK Line (Japan). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Transportation services companies depend highly on the health of the global economy, which affects manufacturing output, commodity trade, ... Read More

  • Airlines in Russia

    ... repatriation flights to return Russians home. However, even after restrictions lifted several airlines postponed resumption of international routes and extended the cancellation period in the case of destinations where virus numbers remained of concern. Seven ... Read More

  • Travel in Laos

    ... a ban on most flights, with some exceptions for essential travel and traffic. Furthermore, Laos suspended all tourist visas until further notice to prevent the inflow of foreigners. Laos had a proactive approach which included ... Read More

  • Travel in Russia

    ... tourism will not suffice to offset losses incurred during lockdown and continuously changing travel restrictions. Euromonitor International's Travel in Russia report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a ... Read More

  • Travel in Serbia

    ... hotels and retail outlets, including travel agencies and car rental facilities were closed, and consumers remained largely restricted to their homes except in cases of essential movement. These conditions effectively halted tourism operations altogether, which ... Read More

  • Travel in Bolivia

    ... imposing varying degrees of quarantine across the country. This hit every sector of the travel industry, and Bolivia’s travel industry, which has seen solid growth over the review period is set to see wholesale value ... Read More

  • Airlines in Ireland

    ... in Ireland, has stated that it will not accept rules around flying with the middle seat in a row empty in order to ensure social distancing. The company had also stated that it would not ... 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

  • Travel in Sweden

    ... result of lockdowns or prohibitions by Swedish authorities. While Sweden’s borders have remained open, its famously unorthodox response to the coronavirus crisis has not cushioned the country’s travel industry from the same catastrophic impact seen ... 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 the Philippines

    ... remaining flights allowed to operate were sweeper and cargo flights. From June, commercial flights slowly opened up, both international and domestic, although there are still many restrictions in place which are limiting the return to ... 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

  • Travel in Algeria

    ... land borders were closed and flights were grounded. All hotels and retail outlets, including travel agencies and car rental facilities were closed, and consumers remained largely restricted to their homes except in cases of essential ... 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 the Netherlands

    ... government sees air travel as a significant source of economic growth and jobs, and wishes it to be a catalyst for recovery after the crisis. The Dutch Government has issued a financial package of EUR2-4 ... Read More

  • Airlines in Greece

    ... leisure trips by air drop by 73%. Meanwhile, business arrivals are falling by 75% while leisure arrivals decline by 70%. Business air outbound has so far decline by 48% and leisure air outbound by 47%. ... Read More

  • Travel in Lithuania

    ... inbound tourists entering the country. Consumers were largely confined to their homes and all hotels and retail outlets, including travel agencies and car rental facilities, were closed with some businesses managing to adapt to offer ... Read More

  • Travel in Indonesia

    ... the first to be stopped, as this was where the virus first emerged, with Lion Air cancelling flights from the end of January onwards. The government itself then implemented a ban on arrivals from the ... Read More

  • Travel in Vietnam

    ... hit particularly hard, with many MICE events and conferences being cancelled in leading business centres and companies worldwide embracing home working and virtual meetings. Euromonitor International's Travel in Vietnam report offers a comprehensive guide to ... Read More

  • Airlines in Indonesia

    ... negative impact on its value sales from COVID-19 in 2020. From the beginning of February 2020 there was a drastic reduction in the number of international passengers, with Chinese travellers amongst the first to disappear, ... 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 Vietnam

    ... of March 2020, as well as limit domestic flights in early April 2020. For example, the Ministry of Transportation restricted airlines to operating only one trip per day between Hanoi-Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi–Danang, and ... 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

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