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Palo Alto, CA, United States, 2007/10/09 - New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, Brazilian Airport Airside Services Markets, finds that these markets earned revenues of around $300.0 million in 2007 and estimates this to reach $385.0 million in 2012.
Commercial aviation market growth combined with airlines’ new business models will likely drive growth in the Brazilian airport airside services (AAS) market. Also, the expected expansion in regional aviation and growth in the airfreight market are factors likely to create opportunities for AAS providers.
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan (aerospace.frost.com), Brazilian Airport Airside Services Markets, finds that these markets earned revenues of around $300.0 million in 2007 and estimates this to reach $385.0 million in 2012.
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"AAS providers are likely to experience growing demand for services of the highest quality as well as face increasing pressure to minimize service turnaround times", notes Frost & Sullivan Consulting Analyst Matheus Salvadori. "Going forward, the focus will be on quality and efficiency, creating strong product differentiation opportunities for providers."
Changes in the market’s competitive scenario are also expected to fuel its growth. The Brazilian AAS market was previously controlled by one single major company, but is currently going through significant changes in its competitive structure that is likely to result in a spurt in competition. The entry of global market participants will add to the competition and make it even more imperative for companies to distinguish themselves with differentiated services.
A growing number of airlines are adopting the strategy of reducing high operational costs by increasing aircraft utilization levels. This seems to be a major trend to overcome operational cost challenges and is likely to boost revenue growth in the AAS market. These changes are expected to lead to lower turnaround times and increased end-user demand for more flexible airport airside services.
Having a presence in expanding regional airports can help providers explore the growth potential of regional aviation. Regional aviation has carved a place for itself in the Brazilian aviation sector, especially in the function of feeding Brazil's main hubs. Different regions in the country are developing fast, mainly due to agricultural business.
However, issues related to airport infrastructure may prove to be a significant restraint to overall market growth as they could cause bottlenecks in commercial aviation. Brazil has been facing severe issues in terms of airport infrastructure, communication facilities, and a shortage of well-trained air traffic (AT) controllers.
"Brazil’s airport management Government-owned company, Infraero, is working to address these challenges and has been investing in airport infrastructure for the last few years, specifically in passenger terminal expansion, airport building refurbishment and conversion of domestic airports into international ones," says Salvadori. "These projected changes could create significant opportunities for AAS providers, especially in airports upgraded to international status."
Brazilian Airport Airside Services Markets, part of the Aerospace Growth Partnership Services program, examines the major factors driving and restraining growth of this market and analyzes the prevailing competitive scenario including an in-depth assessment of key competitors. The study also identifies the major challenges facing market participants and provides strategic recommendations to overcome them. Interviews with the press are available.
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