Future outlook of passenger air transport in open 2

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  • 1. Presenter Amidee Azizan KPMC 102217
  • 2.      To understand where international air passenger travel may be heading in the future there are three sets of forces that should be investigated First -what are the factors which have driven the growth in air travel Second- set of factors to consider arises from a possible change in world economies Third-set of influences to be considered such as events, policies and economic and political environment Also what new forces will have an impact on international air travel?
  • 3.  Several factor to be consider when forecasting passenger growth are: air travel forecasting models – indicates passenger growth  trade growth and foreign direct investment-(air cargo business)  policy changes-international aviation agreements  business models of carriers-hub and spoke  expansion of alliances-joint venture  aircraft fleets-aircraft type  possible change in world economies - pattern THIS DRIVEN THE GROWTH IN AIR TRAVEL IN THE PAST AND WHAT WILL THIS FACTOR LOOK LIKE IN THE FUTURE 
  • 4.      Air cargo - a backbone of modern economy Air cargo provides reliable and fast logistics service for high-value and perishable export goods in the global Air cargo connects distant nations into global supply chain network of materials and goods Facilitates competitive advantage in a nation’s trade and economy Economic development in the world Even the countries with less competitive carriers want to open their air cargo market
  • 5.  Flexible network design, routing, crew/fleet scheduling    Hub and spoke logistics network Night departure/arrival with lower landing charges Air Cargo liberalization separately from passenger liberalization-Recommended
  • 6.  National economy Benefits   Consumer benefits   efficient on transportation of export goodsIncreasing competition with more carriers, more supply and lower fare routes, fare Airlines benefits traffic increase  forming efficient network  establishing hub airport  competitive power in the long run 