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Research and Markets: The Aviation Sector in Hong Kong - Trends and Opportunities (2011-2015)

Dépèche transmise le 4 octobre 2011 par Business Wire

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/05cefa/aviation_sector_in) has announced the addition of the "Aviation Sector in Hong Kong - Trends and Opportunities (2011-2015)" report to their offering.

“Aviation Sector in Hong Kong - Trends and Opportunities (2011-2015)”

For any country, the aviation sector is not only its gateway to the world but also one of the most important sectors for its economy and its growth; generating billions in revenues and creating hundreds of thousands of jobs. In recent years, the global aviation industry has been through many ups and downs. From skyrocketing fuel prices to pandemics to recent financial crises, the aviation industry has confronted very rough weather in last ten years or so. Consolidation in mature markets, higher ticket prices, modernization of airports, policies to reduce emissions and tremendous growth prospects in emerging economies have been some of the trends during the decade. However, the global aviation industry is on the path to recovery and the future looks optimistic and presents ample opportunities for stakeholders.

Report coverage and highlights:

  • This report gives a brief history of Hong Kong's aviation sector and its role in the economy and discusses in detail the composition of the sector.
  • In-depth analysis of the overall aviation industry in Hong Kong as well as various segments such as the airline industry, airport infrastructure, aeroplane manufacturing, etc, with information on passenger traffic and market revenues.
  • Various trends - regional, manufacturing, technology and pricing - and growth drivers are examined comprehensively.
  • Market competition is analysed with detailed company profiles and market share assessment of leading players.
  • The report also discusses Hong Kong's aviation policy and the recent policy measures taken by the government.

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/05cefa/aviation_sector_in

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