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Research Report on China's Civil Airport Industry, 2008-2010

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Research Report on China's Civil Airport Industry, 2008-2010

Research Report on China's Civil Airport Industry, 2008-2010

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As infrastructure in the aviation industry, civil airport provides space and other necessary conditions. Its supply capacity and operation act an important role in the aviation industry.

In 2007, passenger throughputs of all nationwide airports reached 387.586 million, up by 16.8% over the last year; cargo and mail throughputs were 8.611 million tons, up by 14.3%. The annual growth rate of cargo and mail throughputs in 2007 was lower than 19% in 2006 due to the rising price of oil and shipping.

It is estimated that passenger throughput and cargo throughput of China mainland airports will rise to 540 million person-trips and 11.8 million tons respectively by 2010 with average annual growth rate of 14%. This figure will respectively add up to 1.4 billion person-trips and 30 million tons by 2020 with average annual growth rate of 10%. China’s civil airport industry has witnessed a rising demand and will keep steady growth in the coming years.

China’s airport network began to take shape after several decades’ construction. It has formed a structure of airport hubs in Beijing. In 2007, the number of civil airports which were open to air traffic in China was 148, and this number will increase annually.

Chart Amount of China’s civil airports, 1991-2007

In 2007, the number of airports with passenger throughputs over 1 million person-trips was 47, an increase of 3 over the last year; and the number of airports with cargo and mail throughputs is over 10 thousand reached 43, increased by 4 as compared with 2006, 51 airports had over 10 thousand takeoffs and landings annually, increased by 4 as compared with the last year. All the above indicated that China’s airports had increasingly strong operation capability.

In November, 2008, Chinese government has worked out a plan of expanding domestic demand to promote economic growth. More investment will go to civil airports construction and extension, especially in those western cities like Kunming, Chongqing and Nanning as well as Yunnan province. Chinese government has newly added 30 billion RMB Yuan (about 4.3 billion USD) for those projects.

In 2009, China will launch new projects of airport hubs in Chengdu, Xi’an and Guangzhou as well over 40 regional airports with investment over 200 billion RMB Yuan (about 28.6 billion USD). By 2010, investment for new projects of airport hubs in Pudong Shanghai, Wuhan, Nanjing and over 20 regional airports will add up to 250 billion RMB Yuan (about 35.7 billion USD).

Table of Contents

1 Overview on China’s civil airport industry

1.1 Position in the national economy

1.2 Supply analysis

1.2.1 Supply

1.2.2 Supply forecast, 2008-2010

1.3 Demand analysis

1.3.1 Demand

1.3.2 Demand forecast, 2008-2010

1.4 Benefit analysis

2 Development and financing of China’s civil airport industry

2.1 Analysis of factors affecting development

2.1.1 Airport construction

2.1.2 Infrastructure

2.1.3 Uneven development of airports by regions

2.1.4 Lack of services in airports

2.2 Analysis of mergers and acquisitions

2.2.1 Listed airports

2.2.2 Integration of capital

2.3 Analysis of financing channels

2.3.1 Policy analysis

2.3.2 Private capital

2.3.3 Foreign capital

2.3.4 Trends

3 Analysis of sub-sectors of China’s civil airport industry

3.1 Passenger transport market

3.1.1 Operation of the passenger transport market

3.1.2 Trends

3.2 Cargo transport market

3.2.1 Operation of the cargo transport market

3.2.2 Rapid development of the cargo transportation

3.2.3 Main problems in the cargo transport market

3.2.4 Main factors affecting cargo transport market

3.2.5 Trend of the cargo transportation

3.3 Non-air business analysis

3.3.1 Comparison between air business and non- air business

3.3.2 Airport retail business will grow rapidly

3.3.3 Operation modes of non-air business : franchise

3.3.4 Prospects of non-air business

4 Regional analysis of China’s civil airport

4.1 Regional features analysis

4.1.1 Fierce competition among three major intentional airport hubs

4.1.2 Passenger and cargo throughputs of regional airports grow rapidly

4.1.3 Advantages of main line airport

4.2 Analysis of the civil airport industry in Bohai Bay Economic Zone

4.2.1 Airport distribution of Bohai Bay Economic Zone

4.2.2 Operation of civil airport industry in Bohai Bay Economic Zone

4.2.3 Prospects of civil airport industry in Bohai Bay Economic Zone

4.3 Analysis of civil airport industry in Yangtze River Delta Economic Zone

4.3.1 Airport distribution of Yangtze River Delta Economic Zone

4.3.2 Operations of the civil airport industry in Yangtze River Delta Economic Zone

4.3.3 Prospects of the civil airport industry in Yangtze River Delta Economic Zone

4.4 Analysis of the civil airport industry in western regions

5 Enterprise analysis of China’s civil airport industry

5.1 Operation comparisons

5.1.1 Operation analysis

5.1.2 Operation analysis of listed companies

5.2 Shanghai Airport

5.2.1 Profiles

5.2.2 Operations

5.2.3 Advantage analysis

5.2.4 Prospects

5.3 Shenzhen Airport

6 Influence of China’s air transport industry on its civil airport industry

6.1 Current situation, prospects and influences of the aviation industry

6.1.1 Current situation

6.1.2 Forecast on the air transport industry

6.1.3 Influence on airports

6.2 Airport use fees in arrears

6.3 Influence of low cost air business on airports

6.3.1 Analysis of China’s low cost air business

6.3.2 Influence

6.3.3 Airports’ countermeasures

6.4 Analysis of branch line airports

7 Risk analysis of China’s civil airport industry

7.1 Economic environment risk

7.1.1 Macro economy

7.1.2 Tourism industry

7.1.3 Foreign trade

7.1.4 Changes in exchange rate

7.2 Policy risk

7.3 Competition with railway and road

8 Investment and development of China’s civil airport industry

8.1 Investment opportunities analysis

8.2 Investment opportunities of sub-sectors

8.3 Regional investment opportunities

8.4 Investment opportunities for different types of enterprises

8.4.1 Large airport

8.4.2 Regional major airport

8.4.3 Small and medium-sized airport

8.5 Investment opportunities of industrial chain

8.5.1 Airlines

8.5.2 Tourism

Selected Charts

Chart Airports with passenger throughput over 10 million person-trips in China, 2007

Chart Airports with cargo and mail throughput over 200 thousand tons in China, 2007

Chart Airports with takeoffs and landings over 100 thousand in China, 2007

Chart Proportion of air transport volume in total passenger transport volume, 1999-2007

Chart Amount of China’s civil airports, 1991-2007

Chart Operation indicator of major airports in Bohai Bay coastal areas

Chart Operation indicator of major airports in Yangtze River Delta areas

Chart Operation of major airports in western regions

Chart Distribution of passenger throughput by regions in China, 2007

Chart Distribution of cargo and mail throughput by regions in China, 2007

Chart Passenger throughput of China’s civil aviation industry, 2003-2007

Chart Quarterly cargo and mail throughput of major airports, 2007

Chart Quarterly takeoffs and landings of major airports, 2007

Chart Passenger throughput of Shanghai Airport, 2005-2007

Chart Amount of civil aircrafts in China, 1995-2007

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