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AVIATION REPORT

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Brexit & The Aviation Industry, Implications for the UK & Wider European Economic Area 2016-2026

Brexit & The Aviation Industry, Implications for the UK & Wider European Economic Area 2016-2026

Outlook For Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR), European Common Aviation Area (ECAA) & Common Travel Area (CTA) for Airlines & Passengers. Analysis of 3 Regulatory Scenarios Within An European Economic Area (EEA) Model, European Free Trade Association (EFTA) Model, & World Trade Organisation (WTO) Trade Agreement Model

Product code: AVI0033

  • Publication date: 26/09/2016
  • Number of Pages: 96
  1. Report Details
  2. Table of Contents
  3. Companies Listed

Report Details

Visiongain’s comprehensive new report analyses and assesses the three most likely post-Brexit EU trade deals the UK will most likely trade under and how these will impact the aviation industry.

If you are involved in the European aviation industry, then you must read this report.

Market scope: The European aviation market encompasses aviation across the entirety of the European Continent, with the aim of analysis focussed on how potential regulatory changes and the UK’s potential withdrawal of shared initiatives will see the aviation industry evolve over the forecast period.

The Brexit & The Aviation Industry, Implications for the UK & Wider European Economic Area 2016-2026 report responds to your need for concise scenarios in the wake of the Brexit decision

• What are the likely European aviation market scenarios?
- 3 in depth scenarios provide analysis of the political and economic landscape of UK-EU relations and the implications for passengers, airlines and consumers
- European Economic Area (EEA) Model
- European Free Trade Association (EFTA) Model
- World Trade Organisation (WTO) Model

Brexit &The Aviation Industry, Implications for the UK & Wider European Economic Area 2016-2026: Outlook For Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR), European Common Aviation Area (ECAA) & Common Travel Area (CTA) for Airlines & Passengers. Analysis of 3 Regulatory Scenarios Within An European Economic Area (EEA) Model, European Free Trade Association (EFTA) Model, & World Trade Organisation (WTO) Trade Agreement Model

• What are the potential European aviation regulatory changes?
- See regional analysis of the regulatory framework which could be implemented in the Eurozone and UK respectively

• What are the factors influencing European aviation market dynamics?
- SWOT analysis explores the factors
- Key stakeholders in the post-Brexit decision making process
- Outlook for consumers
- Outlook for Airlines
- Economic Considerations
- Political factors and public demands regarding the Brexit
- Foreign Policy as well as immigration

• Who should read this report?
- Anyone within the European Aviation industry, including
- Commercial airlines
- Aircraft OEM’s
- Component suppliers
- Aircraft MRO providers
- Airport operators
- Aviation regulatory bodies
- Aviation associations
- CEO’s
- COO’s
- CIO’s
- Business development managers
- Marketing managers
- Suppliers
- Technologists
- Investors
- Banks
- Government agencies
- Contractors

Buy our report today Brexit & The Aviation Industry, Implications for the UK & Wider European Economic Area 2016-2026: Outlook For Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR), European Common Aviation Area (ECAA) & Common Travel Area (CTA) for Airlines & Passengers. Analysis of 3 Regulatory Scenarios Within An European Economic Area (EEA) Model, European Free Trade Association (EFTA) Model, & World Trade Organisation (WTO) Trade Agreement Model Avoid missing out – order our report now.

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Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
1.1 European Regional Market Post Brexit Overview
1.2 Why You Should Read This Report
1.3 How This Report Delivers
1.4 Key Questions Answered by This Analytical Report Include:
1.5 Who is This Report For?
1.6 Methodology
1.6.1 Primary Research
1.6.2 Secondary Research
1.7 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
1.8 Associated Visiongain Reports
1.9 About Visiongain

2. Introduction
2.1 Introduction to the Post-Brexit Aviation Study, Main Market Forces, Key Stakeholders and External Factors
2.1.1 Report Structure
2.1.2 Key Dates, Key Organisations, and Stakeholders
2.2 Historical Figures and Forecast Data
2.2.1 Projected Aircraft Fleet Statistics Over The Period 2016-2026
2.2.2 Oil and Gas Sector Related Data
2.2.3 IMF UK Growth Forecast
2.3 Economic reaction to Brexit in the United Kingdom
2.4 Economic reaction to Brexit in the European Union
2.4.1 Leading 5 Trading Partners with the UK
2.5 Political Aftermath of Brexit for the UK and Europe
2.6 Airline Valuation, Costs and Profitability
2.6.1 Airline Operational Models
2.6.2 EU Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR)
2.6.2.1 Further Details Concerning Single European Sky
2.7 Major UK Aerospace Manufacturing Companies / Companies Involved in the UK Market

3. Scenarios for European Aviation 2016-2026
3.1 European Economic Area (EEA) Trade Agreement Model
3.1.1 Political and Economic landscape in the UK and Eurozone
3.1.1.1 Leading UK Exports by Global Share
3.1.2 Outlook for Single European Skies and Aviation Regulation
3.1.3 Outlook for Consumers and Passengers
3.1.4 Outlook for Airlines
3.2 European Free Trade Association (EFTA) Trade Agreement Model
3.2.1 Political and Economic landscape in the UK and Eurozone
3.2.2 Outlook for Single European Skies and Aviation Regulation
3.2.3 Outlook for Consumers and Passengers
3.2.4 Outlook for Airlines
3.3 World Trade Organisation (WTO) Trade Agreement Model
3.3.1 Political and Economic landscape in the UK and Eurozone
3.3.1.1 Potential Restrictions on the Freedom of Movement and Implications for UK and EU
3.3.2 Outlook for Single European Skies and Aviation Regulation
3.3.2.1 Scenario 1
3.3.2.2 Scenario 2
3.3.2.3 Scenario 3 and 4
3.3.3 Outlook for Consumers and Passengers
3.3.4 Outlook for Airlines

4. SWOT Analysis

5. Conclusions and Recommendations

6. Glossary

Tables
Table 2.1 Stakeholders in the Brexit Process and the Impact of Brexit Upon Them (Potential Change, Stakeholder Impacted, Desirable Brexit Outcome, Potential Impact of Brexit)
Table 2.2 EU Member States (Country, Join Date)
Table 2.3 Leading 5 Trading Partners with the UK (Country, Imports, Exports, Value GBPm)
Table 2.4 Single European Sky Related Information
Table 2.5 Major UK Aerospace Manufacturing Companies / Companies Involved in the UK Market* (Company, Country, Key UK Locations)
Table 3.1 Leading UK Exports by Global Share (Rank, Commodity/Good)
Table 3.2 Current members of the ECAA (Nation, EU Member)
Table 3.3 Potential Restrictions on the Freedom of Movement and Implications for UK and EU (Scenario, Degree of Restriction to Movement of People, Impact on UK and EU Immigration, Likelihood of Occurrence)
Table 3.4 Potential Scenarios for the European Aviation Regulatory Environment (Scenario, Description, Implications for Single European Skies, Degree of Regulatory Restriction, Likelihood of Occurrence)
Table 4.1 SWOT Analysis of the UK’s Relationship with the EU and How This May Implicate Aviation From 2016-2026

Figures
Figure 2.1 Market Forces Impacting the European Aviation Industry following the Brexit Decision
Figure 2.2 Report Structure
Figure 2.3 Map of EEA Member States
Figure: 2.4 Global Next Generation Fleet Outlook 2016-2026 (Number Of Aircraft, Replacement & Change)
Figure 2.5 Global Commercial Aircraft Future Deliveries Forecast by Regional & Aircraft Type 2016-2026 (Number Of Aircraft)
Figure 2.6 WTI and Brent Oil Prices 2003-2014 ($/bbl)
Figure 2.7 The Number of UK Exploration Wells Drilled 1970-2014
Figure 3.1 Scenario Structure
Figure 3.2 Structure of Models in This Report
Figure 3.3 World Trade Organisation (WTO) Trade Agreement Model Potential Outcomes

Companies Listed

Airbus
American Airlines
BAE Systems
Boeing
Bombardier
British Airways
Cobham
Delta Airlines
EasyJet
Finmeccanica
GE Aviation
GKN
International Airlines Group (IAG)
La Compagnie
Lockheed Martin
Lufthansa AG
Lufthansa Group
M&G Investments
Meggitt
Qatar Airways
QinetiQ
Rolls Royce
Ryanair
Safran
Standard Life
Thales
United Continental
Virgin Atlantic Airways
Virgin Group

Airports Mentioned in This Report
Charles de Gaulle Airport
Frankfurt Airport
Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Aiport
London City Airport (LCY)
London Heathrow Airport (LHR)
Schipol Airport

Organisations Mentioned in This Report
Bank of England (BOE)
The BBC
European Central Bank (ECB)
European Commission
European Council
The European Free Trade Association (EFTA)
The European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation (EUROCONTROL)
European Parliament
European Union
IATA
International Monetary Fund (IMF)
One World Alliance
Star Alliance
World Trade Organisation (WTO)

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