This is the last of our mini-series of articles on the Chinese aviation market. After looking at China’s Propensity to Fly against GDP and urbanisation, here’s some key numbers to illustrate China’s growing aviation market between 2006 and 2015.
This is the second in our mini-series on aviation in China. Following on from part 1 where we showed how China’s GDP per capita and propensity to fly follow a classic developing economy upward trajectory, in this article we are illustrating the relationship between urbanisation and propensity to fly.
In the run up to World Routes taking place in Chengdu, China, we are going to be running a series of short articles to illustrate the growth of the Chinese aviation market over the past 10 years, and here is the first.
Higher air fares, more airport congestion and fewer new destinations are just some of the potential downsides if the UK fails to develop a cohesive post-Brexit aviation strategy.
Airline failures have been rife in India, with over 20 bankruptcies including carriers such as Air Deccan, Kingfisher and ModiLuft. IndiGo, which started operations just 10 years ago, has become the market leader and is achieving strong levels of profitability. This insight looks at network strategy as one explanation to explain the success.