The competition among Airlines is becoming more intense in Asia and this requires many to realign their business strategies towards low cost business models. Low Cost Carriers have proven themselves to be the next platform for airline business success and is one of the key drivers for the growth of passenger traffic in Asia.
It has been reported that 50,000 pilots will be required in Asia in the next 5 years. How will the Aerospace industry in Asia cope with such tremendous demand? Airlines need to go all out now to plan and make arrangements to obtain sufficient pilots in time. There is obviously a great opportunity for Independent Pilot Training Institutions and Simulator OEMs – Implementing new methods of development strategies thus becomes important to accommodate this growth.
This briefing will provide an overview of the market for commercial pilot training in Asia and industry analysis which will look at possible challenges and primary areas of growth. Highlights of the briefing include an examination of the micro and macro industry influences that have fundamental impact on the drivers and restraints within the pilot training market, an analysis on competitive strategies amongst key stakeholders in the market, a look at the growth trends and upcoming requirements as well as strategic analytical recommendations for enabling success. The briefing will benefit airline in-house pilot training centers, independent pilot training institutions and flight simulator manufacturers by discussing the emerging trends and growth opportunities of the pilot training market in Asia.
"Asia is the largest and fastest growing Aerospace market in the world," observes Frost & Sullivan’s Consultant, Mohamed Haris Izmee. He adds, "The growth is exacerbated by the dramatic increase in aircraft fleet requirements and passenger traffic." In the forecast period examined, Haris foresees that in the next 5 years, "There would be a tremendous requirement for pilots in this region."
Join us as Haris shares his insights on Asian Commercial Pilot Training Markets. Those interested in registering for the interactive briefing should send an email to Corporate Communications - Donna Jeremiah at djeremiah[.]frost.com or Famela Jaafar at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information: full name, company name, title, telephone number, email address, city, state and country. The registration details will be emailed to you upon receipt of the above information.
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