18 June 2018
Visiongain’ has released a brand new aviation report Airport Ground Handling Services Market Report 2018-2028: Forecasts by Type (Commercial Aircraft (Outsourced / In-House), Fixed-Based Operators (FBO’s) & Business Aircraft) By Region Plus Analysis of Leading Companies in Airport Operational Databases (AODB), Resource Management Systems (RMS), Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM), Common Use Passenger Processing Systems (CUPPS) Technologies For Passenger, Baggage, Air Cargo & Ramp Handling, Terminals, In-Flight Catering, Aircraft Re-Fuelling, FBO Services, Cabin Cleaning & Line Maintenance.
Airport ground handling encompasses the services required by airlines or aircraft operators for aircraft between landing and take-off. These services are unloading and loading of baggage and cargo, refuelling, baggage handling, passenger handling, cargo handling, ramp handling services i.e. aircraft marshalling, in-flight catering, maintenance services, and airbridges / passenger tunnels. Airlines can either provide their own in-house ground handling or contract these to a third party.
The Visiongain report analyst commented “The airport ground handling services industry is a fragmented and varied market with good growth potential on a regional and global scale. Forming a crucial part of airline and airport operations, ground handling is strongly influenced by the wider air transport industry and is a dynamic sector. Stakeholders need to demonstrate a high degree of flexibility to accommodate the unique business model requirements of aircraft operators. Moreover, the fragmented nature of the market means that players need to show that they can be innovative and forward thinking in terms of their operations, service portfolios and technology in order to accommodate the market landscape and maintain a competitive position. The performance of the ground handling market varies between regions. The highest growth is predicted to occur in the Asia Pacific and Middle East where demand for air transport remains high and continues to grow. These regions have seen substantial growth in their respective air transport industries and aviation infrastructure in recent years.”
Leading companies featured in the report who are developing Airport ground handling include Swissport International Ltd, Dnata, SATS Ltd., BBA Aviation Plc, Menzies Aviation Plc, WFS Global SAS, Aviapartner Holding, Primeflight Aviation Services and Celebi Aviation Services.
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