Aviation/Aerospace Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

Both the aerospace and aviation industries includes services and products designed for aircraft, yet they are more generally identified in this way - the aviation industry is in charge for the operation, flight, and flight management of commercial, military, government, and passenger aircraft. The aerospace industry develops, engineers, designs, tests out, and manufactures aircraft for military and civilian (commercial, airlines, law enforcement, surveillance) aviation needs. The aerospace industry also develops and produces other vehicles that can fly and leave the planet’s atmosphere (rockets, space shuttles, high-altitude aircraft) and spacecraft, which include extraterrestrial satellites and vehicles. A lot of government entities keep aircraft fleets for both military and civilian needs with a huge amount of tax-based funding applied to assists internationally-driven defense firms like Lockheed Martin (LM), Boeing, EADS, Northrup Grumman, United Aircraft Company (UAC), and many other machinery, weapons, and engine firms. Additionally, many nations across the planet keep important space programs with launch capabilities, including China, Japan, U.S, and European union.

Aerospace manufacturing develops a variety of technology products, like aircraft engines, guided missiles, aircraft, space vehicles, and propulsion units. The biggest players and buyers of aerospace and aircraft technology in the U.S are the Defense and National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Defense aircraft contracts can add up to billions of U.S dollars, with years of intense development, service, production, and support contracts making up more the one trillion dollars in the example of LM’s Joint Strike Fighter. Defense aerospace companies also provide military aircraft to various nations across the globe. Major civilian and air transport firms around the world are Airbus, Bombardier, UAC, and Boeing.

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Aviation/Aerospace Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Freight Forwarding Services

    ... Solutions (all based in the US), along with DB Schenker and DHL Supply Chain (Germany); CEVA Logistics and Kuehne+Nagel (Switzerland); Nippon Express (Japan); and Sinotrans (China). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand is driven by domestic manufacturing output ... Read More

  • Polyimide Films and Tapes Market by Application (Flexible Printed Circuits, Specialty Fabricated Products, Pressure Sensitive Tapes, Motors/Generators, Wires/Cables), End-Use Industry - Global Forecast to 2025

    ... be USD 1.4 billion in 2020 and is projected to reach USD 2.1 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 7.9% from 2020 to 2025. Increased demand from the electronics industry, the growing automotive industry, ... Read More

  • Aerospace Products & Parts Manufacturing

    ... Grumman, Raytheon Technologies, Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX), and United Technologies, as well as Airbus (the Netherlands), BAE Systems (the UK), Bombardier (Canada), and Leonardo (Italy). Many companies work primarily as subcontractors to the largest manufacturers. ... Read More

  • Special Mission Aircraft Market by Platform (Military Aviation, Commercial Aviation, UAV), by Application (ISR, Command and Control, Combat Support, Air-Launch/Rocket Launch) by Payload, by End-User, by Point of Sale, and by Region - Forecast to 2025

    ... to 2025 The global special mission aircraft market size is projected to grow from USD 13.5 billion in 2020 to USD 18.3 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 6.2% from 2020 to 2025. The ... Read More

  • 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

  • Global Connected Vending Machine Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025

    ... of 2020 to 2025, with a CAGR of 7.2% in the forecast period of 2020 to 2025 and will expected to reach USD 1060.3 million by 2025, from USD 802.4 million in 2019. The Connected ... 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 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 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 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

  • American Airlines Group Inc (AAL) - Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis Review

    ... bring to you a clear and an unbiased view of the company’s key strengths and weaknesses and the potential opportunities and threats. The profile helps you formulate strategies that augment your business by enabling you ... Read More

  • 2021 U.S. Aircraft Manufacturing Industry-Industry & Market Report

    ... size of the industry (sales, establishments, employment) nationally and for all 50 U.S. States and over 900 metro areas. Other data include financial ratios, number of firms, payroll, industry definition, 5-year historical trends on industry ... 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

  • 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 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

  • 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 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

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