This industry has witnessed massive growth in the past 10 years. This research examines the major stakeholders in the commercial airline segment, growth and social improvements, and future disruptions and challenges that will alter the South American air transportation landscape.
This analysis gives an overview of the defense departments, agencies, and industry partners that offer opportunities for companies that wish to enter the ecosystem. Find out how firms can identify growth opportunities and formulate go-to-market strategies.
What are the key value propositions for satellite-enabled IoT services? What role does satellite-based connectivity play in IoT architecture? What are the key drivers and restraints for each application subsegment and growth opportunities? Find out in this detailed analysis.
Due to the global pandemic, we are living in unprecedented times. This pandemic has proven to be the ultimate iconoclasm across industries. Everything is on the anvil, from business attire to face-to-face meetings to the need to have a permanent office. Sustainable energy is no different. When the pandemic set in and oil prices plummeted, the most common belief was that the investments in sustainable energy will slow down, the new wave of electrification in automotive will subside and we will turn the clock back on the climate agenda.
Prolonged lockdowns in several countries turned out to be an unprecedented social experiment. When the transport and industrial emissions stopped, urban air quality drastically improved in a matter of days. That underlined the harmful effects of the emissions.
1. Sales of electric vehicles (EV) continue unabated. In countries like Germany, EV penetration has exploded.
2. As per the International Energy Agency (IEA), electricity generation by renewable sources grew against the decline in other conventional energy sources.
3. Investments in renewable energy and new zero-carbon fuels like hydrogen increased multi-fold.
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For some awkward reason, after 9/11, airlines turned away from their included services to a new business concept called ancillary revenue. This allowed airlines to lower their ticket cost by segmenting the prices on different services like Check-In, Priority Boarding, the journey itself, and of course the beloved baggage fees — providing them similar overall total cost at the end of the journey, but nickel-and-diming passengers through various points.
First and foremost, it is clear that the UK and Israel stand against relatively different threats. While Israel faces more immediate and territorial threats from enemies beyond its border, the UK deals with adversaries that are not necessarily geographically close but have superpower military capabilities in varied warfighting domains, such as Russian and Chinese hypersonic missiles.
While the question of when premium traffic will make a comeback is something that is in the mind of every executive in airline boardrooms across the world, a more immediate question is what will it take for this all-important segment to take off again. Similar to leisure traffic, the underlying base requirements will be the same: reopening of borders, easing of travel restrictions, and preservation of air travel corridors.
As the world economy rebounds from the deep economic contraction in 2020, industrial recovery is expected to move in tandem with the global economic growth. A greater need for industrial adaptability will give rise to digitization and innovative business models such as automotive subscription services. International vaccination efforts, an improved employment outlook, and buoyed consumer confidence bode well for global growth recovery in 2021 and 2022.
Air travel’s evolution is completing a full circle since its inception in the early 1920s. Flying has evolved from general aviation into commercial airline and business aviation. While business charters are accessible to only a few segments of the population that will rapidly change as urban air mobility (UAM) platforms become a reality.
Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis of the global airline digitalization market finds that major airlines globally have committed to migrating a majority of their information technology (IT) infrastructure to a cloud infrastructure within the next decade. From a regional perspective, Asia-Pacific is expected to remain the largest revenue contributor in 2030, while North America will be the fastest-growing region.Read more