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Global Full Service Airlines Market to 2022 - Market overview and insights for full service airlines

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Global Full Service Airlines Market to 2022-Market overview and insights for full service airlines

Summary

GlobalData's "Global Full Service Airlines Market to 2022", report provides in-depth analysis of the key market trends that are shaping the future of this segment and analysis of the full service airline market globally. Detailed market insight is provided on regions like The Americas, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and Europe. Also, company profiles for full service airlines are provided and how companies can tap into this to better meet their customers' needs.

The US had the highest number of seats sold in 2017, followed by China and Germany. The increase in the number of seats sold is primarily attributed to the country's low airfares. United Airlines, Delta Airlines, and American Airlines continue to dominate the FSCs market in the US. In 2017, Germany had the highest number of seats sold in the European region, followed by the UK, France and Spain, mainly driven by the demand for first class services from passengers. FSCs accounted for 69.0% of the total seats sold in Germany in 2017 and is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 4.0% over 2017-2022. With the Chinese government confining low-cost carriers to secondary routes, Chinese full-service carriers witnessed the highest number of seats sold on the country's main routes. Moreover, cost competitiveness plays a significant role in boosting full-service carriers in China, with a 25-30% lower unit cost than its rivals in the US and Europe. Full-service airlines are undertaking strategic measures to attract budget-conscious travelers by redesigning their cabins and introducing new fares.

Scope

- The US FSC market holds the highest market share in terms of the number of seats sold

- China continues to dominate as the country with the highest number of seats sold in the Asia-Pacific region

- Indonesian airlines is benefiting from Indonesia growing as a popular tourist destination

- Demand from tier-1 and 2 cities is increasing in China

- The UAE continues to be the largest market in terms of the number of seats sold and load factor in the Middle East & Africa region

- Germany is the leader in terms of the number of seats sold in the European region

- The outlook of the French market is positive in terms of load factor in the European region.

Reasons to buy

- Gauge which are the biggest and most promising regional markets for FSC market

- Understand the demand-side dynamics within the industry to identify key trends and growth opportunities

- Outlook on the most promising regional markets by learning from existing successes and our recommendations.

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Table Of Content

Scope

Table of Contents

1. Snapshot

2. Key Trends

3. Deals

4. Key Insights

Americas

Asia-Pacific

Europe

Africa and Middle East

5. Company Profiles

Deutsche Lufthansa

United Continental Holdings

Emirates Group

Air France-KLM

Delta Air Lines

China Southern Airlines

Cathay Pacific Airways

South African Airways (Proprietary) Limited

ANA Holdings

6. Outlook

7. Appendix


List Of Figure

List of Figures

Figure 1: Top FSCs Market in 2017, Number of Seats Sold (Million)

Figure 2: Top Five American Markets: Number of Seats Sold, FSC (Million)

Figure 3: Top Five American Markets: Load Factor (%), FSC

Figure 4: Top Five Asia-Pacific Markets: Number of Seats Sold, FSC (Million)

Figure 5: Top Five Asia-Pacific Markets: Load Factor (%), FSC

Figure 6: Top Five Middle Eastern and African Markets: Number of Seats Sold, FSC (Million)

Figure 7: Top Five Middle Eastern and African Markets: Load Factor (%), FSC

Figure 8: Top Five European Markets: Number of Seats Sold, FSC (million)

Figure 9: Top Five European Markets: Load Factor (%), FSC

Figure 10: Top 10 FSC Markets by Revenue, 2017 vs 2022 (USD Billion)

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Global, Americas, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Southeast Asia, West Asia, Tourism demand factors, Domestic trip, International trip, Tourism flow factors, International arrivals, Business trips, Other trips, Leisure trips, International departures, Low-cost airlines/carriers, Full Service airlines/carriers, Number of seats available, Number of seats sold, Number of passenger kilometers available, Number of revenue-generating passenger kilometers, Load Factor, Revenue per passenger, Total Revenue


Companies

Deutsche Lufthansa

United Continental Holdings

Emirates Group

Air France-KLM

Delta Air Lines

China Southern Airlines

Cathay Pacific Airways

South African Airways (Proprietary) Limited

ANA Holdings

Company Profile

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Global Full Service Airlines Market to 2022-Market overview and insights for full service airlines

Summary

GlobalData's "Global Full Service Airlines Market to 2022", report provides in-depth analysis of the key market trends that are shaping the future of this segment and analysis of the full service airline market globally. Detailed market insight is provided on regions like The Americas, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and Europe. Also, company profiles for full service airlines are provided and how companies can tap into this to better meet their customers' needs.

The US had the highest number of seats sold in 2017, followed by China and Germany. The increase in the number of seats sold is primarily attributed to the country's low airfares. United Airlines, Delta Airlines, and American Airlines continue to dominate the FSCs market in the US. In 2017, Germany had the highest number of seats sold in the European region, followed by the UK, France and Spain, mainly driven by the demand for first class services from passengers. FSCs accounted for 69.0% of the total seats sold in Germany in 2017 and is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 4.0% over 2017-2022. With the Chinese government confining low-cost carriers to secondary routes, Chinese full-service carriers witnessed the highest number of seats sold on the country's main routes. Moreover, cost competitiveness plays a significant role in boosting full-service carriers in China, with a 25-30% lower unit cost than its rivals in the US and Europe. Full-service airlines are undertaking strategic measures to attract budget-conscious travelers by redesigning their cabins and introducing new fares.

Scope

- The US FSC market holds the highest market share in terms of the number of seats sold

- China continues to dominate as the country with the highest number of seats sold in the Asia-Pacific region

- Indonesian airlines is benefiting from Indonesia growing as a popular tourist destination

- Demand from tier-1 and 2 cities is increasing in China

- The UAE continues to be the largest market in terms of the number of seats sold and load factor in the Middle East & Africa region

- Germany is the leader in terms of the number of seats sold in the European region

- The outlook of the French market is positive in terms of load factor in the European region.

Reasons to buy

- Gauge which are the biggest and most promising regional markets for FSC market

- Understand the demand-side dynamics within the industry to identify key trends and growth opportunities

- Outlook on the most promising regional markets by learning from existing successes and our recommendations.

READ MORE

Scope

Table of Contents

1. Snapshot

2. Key Trends

3. Deals

4. Key Insights

Americas

Asia-Pacific

Europe

Africa and Middle East

5. Company Profiles

Deutsche Lufthansa

United Continental Holdings

Emirates Group

Air France-KLM

Delta Air Lines

China Southern Airlines

Cathay Pacific Airways

South African Airways (Proprietary) Limited

ANA Holdings

6. Outlook

7. Appendix


List Of Figure

List of Figures

Figure 1: Top FSCs Market in 2017, Number of Seats Sold (Million)

Figure 2: Top Five American Markets: Number of Seats Sold, FSC (Million)

Figure 3: Top Five American Markets: Load Factor (%), FSC

Figure 4: Top Five Asia-Pacific Markets: Number of Seats Sold, FSC (Million)

Figure 5: Top Five Asia-Pacific Markets: Load Factor (%), FSC

Figure 6: Top Five Middle Eastern and African Markets: Number of Seats Sold, FSC (Million)

Figure 7: Top Five Middle Eastern and African Markets: Load Factor (%), FSC

Figure 8: Top Five European Markets: Number of Seats Sold, FSC (million)

Figure 9: Top Five European Markets: Load Factor (%), FSC

Figure 10: Top 10 FSC Markets by Revenue, 2017 vs 2022 (USD Billion)

Single User License:
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Products

Global, Americas, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Southeast Asia, West Asia, Tourism demand factors, Domestic trip, International trip, Tourism flow factors, International arrivals, Business trips, Other trips, Leisure trips, International departures, Low-cost airlines/carriers, Full Service airlines/carriers, Number of seats available, Number of seats sold, Number of passenger kilometers available, Number of revenue-generating passenger kilometers, Load Factor, Revenue per passenger, Total Revenue


Companies

Deutsche Lufthansa

United Continental Holdings

Emirates Group

Air France-KLM

Delta Air Lines

China Southern Airlines

Cathay Pacific Airways

South African Airways (Proprietary) Limited

ANA Holdings