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Research and Markets: Mexico's Airline Industry - Infrastructure Needs for Future Growth

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Research and Markets: Mexico's Airline Industry - Infrastructure Needs for Future Growth

Research and Markets: Mexico's Airline Industry - Infrastructure Needs for Future Growth

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/832d31/mexicos_airline_i) has announced the addition of the "Mexico's Airline Industry" report to their offering.

The 2008-2009 global crisis affected the transport and travel industry all over the globe, and was understandably acute in Mexico - as expected, considering the country's dependence on the US. A familiar story in the infrastructure sector, the crisis interrupted development plans, such as Mexico's national construction plan PNI, but at the same time the downturn eased pressure on the existing system. There are already signs of recovery, so this report considers which areas the country must prioritize to ensure that the transition back to growth goes smoothly.

As airline traffic recovers, it will also be necessary to expand airport infrastructure in the country. Some projects are already underway while others are tied into various government plans. Some 34 airport projects are included in the 2007-2012 National Infrastructure Program (PNI) including 13 for expansion, 18 complementary works and 3 new airports: Mar de Corts, Ensenada and Riviera Maya.

The PNI also looks at developing regional airports to improve connections. Airport concession holder ASA says the country has the necessary infrastructure to meet demand for the next ten years; however, as part of sector policy, some infrastructure projects are being considered with a view to reinforcing existing facilities based on growth plans at each airport.

This report evaluates the outlook for Mexico's airline industry and the infrastructure needs that have been identified for accommodating expected growth.

Key Topics Covered:

  • Getting back on its feet
  • The effect of low cost airlines on demand
  • Consolidation
  • Higher demand
  • Costs in Mexico
  • PNI progress
  • Other needs

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/832d31/mexicos_airline_i

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