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Significant volume growth is unlikely in the key UK outbound leisure travel segment until there is a sustained revival in consumer confidence and growth in household income. Even then growth rates are ...

Significant volume growth is unlikely in the key UK outbound leisure travel segment until there is a sustained revival in consumer confidence and growth in household income. Even then growth rates are likely to be modest compared with the pre-recessionary boom years. In the domestic market, outside of the dominant self-drive segment, there is an underlying shift towards domestic rail, which has become more competitive on cost and time with air travel, as well as offering businesses a greener and more CSR-friendly alternative.



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    • Airlines - UK - July 2013 Significant volume growth is unlikely in the key UK outbound leisure travel segment until there is a sustained revival in consumer confidence and growth in household income. Even then growth rates are likely to be modest compared with the pre-recessionary boom years. In the domestic market, outside of the dominant self-drive segment, there is an underlying shift towards domestic rail, which has become more competitive on cost and time with air travel, as well as offering businesses a greener and more CSR-friendly alternative. table Of Content introduction definition abbreviations executive Summary the Market slow Growth Pattern Likely To Continue figure 1: Volume Forecast Of Total Passengers Uplifted At Uk Airports, 2008-18 budget Shift market Factors spain And France Remain Favourite Destinations figure 2: Most Popular Overseas Travel Destinations For Uk Residents, 2012 domestic Air Losing Out To Rail figure 3: Passenger Traffic, By Uk Airport, 2012 short-term Pressure Easing But Long-term Hikes Likely figure 4: Kerosene-type Jet Fuel Monthly Average Spot Price And Us$:£ Monthly Average Spot Exchange Rate, January 2007-march 2013 companies, Brands And Innovation easyjet Grows Through Recession figure 5: Top Ten Uk-based Airlines, By Passengers Uplifted Globally, 2012 expansion Plans flexible Flying domestic Long-haul new Pricing Models the Consumer half Of Consumers Fly On Holiday figure 6: Purpose Of Flights Taken Over The Past 12 Months, April 2013 two Thirds Of Flyers Go Once Or Twice A Year Airlines - UK - July 2013
    • figure 7: Number Of Times Flown In The Last 12 Months, April 2013 six In Ten Fly Low-cost figure 8: Destination Regions, Types Of Airline And Classes Of Travel Flown In The Last 12 Months, April 2013 price Must Be Right But Flyers Over 45 Look Beyond The Fare figure 9: Important Factors In Choosing An Airline, April 2013 upgrades, Seating Choice And Free Flights Top Loyalty Incentives figure 10: Likely Incentives For Choosing A Particular Airline Regularly, April 2013 low Appetite For Low-cost, Long-haul figure 11: Length Of Time People Are Prepared To Spend Travelling By Budget Airline, April 2013 consumers Critical Of Hidden Charges figure 12: Agreement With Attitudes Towards Air Travel, April 2013 what We Think issues In The Market how Can Airlines Respond In An Era Of High Costs? is The Uk Falling Out Of Love With Budget Airlines? how Can Airlines Best Target The Increasingly Important Over-55 Population? what Is The Best Response To Green ‘flying Guilt’? trend Applications trend: Prepare For The Worst trend: Secret Secret mintel Futures: Access Anything, Anywhere market Drivers key Points outbound Travel Stays Flat figure 13: Visits Abroad By Uk Residents, 2007-12 figure 14: Overseas Journeys (all Purposes), By Region, 2007-12 figure 15: Most Popular Overseas Travel Destinations For Uk Residents, 2007-12 air Travel Holds Market Share But Tunnel Competition Grows figure 16: All Overseas Visits By Air, Sea And Tunnel – Volume, 2007-12 figure 17: Percentage Share Of All Overseas Visits, By Travel Mode, 2007-12 rise Of Domestic Rail figure 18: Main Method Of Transport Used For Overnight Trips In Great Britain, 2010-12 stansted Aims To Reverse Decline Under New Ownership figure 19: Passengers Uplifted, By Airport, 2007-12 airports Commission Considering Options taxing Affairs Airlines - UK - July 2013
    • figure 20: Air Passenger Duty, April 2013 oil Prices Ease But Long-term Trends Likely To Be Upwards figure 21: Kerosene-type Jet Fuel Monthly Average Spot Price And Us$:£ Monthly Average Spot Exchange Rate, January 2007-march 2013 airport Charging Regime Set To Improve ancillary Revenue Champs stealth Charges Risk Reputation Damage carbon Trading Awaits Global Solution sterling Weakness Adds To Airline Pressures figure 22: Annual Average Exchange Rates For Sterling Against Other Currencies, 2008-13 who’s Innovating? key Points weighty Matters upgrade Auctions variable Pricing knowing Me, Knowing You frills And No-frills flying Flirts high-speed Internet In The Skies sustainable Meals market Size And Forecast key Points air Travel Showing Slight Pick-up figure 23: Passengers Uplifted At Uk Airports, 2007-12 long-term Slowdown In Growth Rates forecast figure 24: Volume Forecast Of Total Passengers Uplifted At Uk Airports, 2008-18 figure 25: Volume Forecast Of International Passengers Uplifted At Uk Airports, 2008-18 figure 26: Volume Forecast Of Domestic Passengers Uplifted At Uk Airports, 2008-18 forecast Methodology segment Performance key Points vfr Flights Showing Strongest Recovery figure 27: Volume Of Uk Residents’ Air Trips Abroad, By Purpose, 2007-12 figure 28: Volume Of Uk Residents’ Air Trips Abroad, By Purpose, % Breakdown, 2007-12 charter Flight Share Shows Five Years Of Decline figure 29: Passengers Uplifted At Uk Airports, Scheduled Vs. Non-scheduled Flights, 2007-12 Airlines - UK - July 2013
    • low-cost Volumes Up 56% In Past Five Years figure 30: Total Passengers Uplifted Worldwide By Uk Airlines, Low-cost* And Full-service**, 2007-12 market Share key Points easyjet Shows 68% Global Growth Since 2007 figure 31: Top Ten Uk-based Airlines, By Passengers Uplifted Globally, 2007-12 ba Bounce-back jet2 Jets Ahead ryanair Uk Passenger Decline low-cost Expansion Planes figure 32: Number Of Active Aircraft, By Airline, 2011 And 2012 dreams Finally Come True For Long-haul companies And Products ryanair figure 33: Key Financials For Ryanair, 2012 And 2013 easyjet figure 34: Key Financials For Easyjet Plc, 2011 And 2012 british Airways figure 35: Key Financials For Iag – British Airways (british Airways), 2011 And 2012 thomson Airways figure 36: Key Financials For Tui Plc, 2011 And 2012 thomas Cook Airlines figure 37: Key Financials For Thomas Cook Group Plc – Uk & Ireland, India And Middle East Segment, 2011 And 2012 flybe figure 38: Key Financials For Flybe, 2012 And 2013 monarch Airlines figure 39: Key Financials For Monarch Holding Ltd, 2011 And 2012 virgin Atlantic figure 40: Key Financials For Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd, 2011 And 2012 jet2.com figure 41: Key Financials For Dart Group Plc (jet Group), 2011 And 2012 brand Research brand Map figure 42: Attitudes Towards And Usage Of Brands In The Airlines Sector, April 2013 correspondence Analysis brand Attitudes Airlines - UK - July 2013
    • figure 43: Attitudes, By Airlines Brand, April 2013 brand Personality figure 44: Airlines Brand Personality – Macro Image, April 2013 figure 45: Airlines Brand Personality – Micro Image, April 2013 brand Experience figure 46: Airlines Brand Usage, April 2013 figure 47: Satisfaction With Various Airlines Brands, April 2013 figure 48: Consideration Of Airlines Brands, April 2013 figure 49: Consumer Perceptions Of Current Airlines Brand Performance, April 2013 figure 50: Airlines Brand Recommendation – Net Promoter Score, April 2013 brand Index figure 51: Airlines Brand Index, April 2013 figure 52: Airlines Brand Index Vs. Recommendation, April 2013 target Group Analysis figure 53: Target Groups, April 2013 figure 54: Airlines Brand Usage, By Target Groups, April 2013 group One – Conformists group Two – Simply The Best group Three – Shelf Stalkers group Four – Habitual Shoppers group Five – Individualists who Flies And Why? key Points just Over Half Of Adults Fly figure 55: Purpose Of Flights Taken Over The Past 12 Months, April 2013 vfr Londoners frequency Of Flying key Points two Thirds Of Flyers Take One Or Two Annual Trips figure 56: Number Of Times Flown In The Last 12 Months, April 2013 ‘three-plus’ Flyer Profile figure 57: Number Of Times Flown In The Last 12 Months, By Purpose Of Flights Taken Over The Past 12 Months, April 2013 type Of Flights Taken key Points flyers Over 55 Favour Long-haul figure 58: Destination Regions, Types Of Airline And Classes Of Travel Flown In The Last 12 Months, April Airlines - UK - July 2013
    • 2013 budget Vs Full-service Demographics one In 20 Flyers Travel First/business Class important Influences On Airline Choice key Points price Dominates For All But Secondary Factors Key For Over-45s figure 59: Important Factors In Choosing An Airline, April 2013 frequent Flyer Factors figure 60: Important Factors In Choosing An Airline, All Flyers Versus Those Who Took Four Or More Flights, April 2013 long-haul Far Less Commoditised business Flyers Look For More Eco-efficient Airlines potential Airline Loyalty Incentives key Points figure 61: Likely Incentives For Choosing A Particular Airline Regularly, April 2013 seating, Upgrades And Free Flights Most Popular Incentives red Carpet Treatment For Frequent Flyers figure 62: Likely Incentives For Choosing A Particular Airline Regularly, All Flyers Versus Those Who Took Four Or More Flights, April 2013 how Long Are Travellers Prepared To Spend On A Budget Flight? key Points budget Flight Tolerance Falls Off Rapidly After Four Hours figure 63: Length Of Time People Are Prepared To Spend Travelling By Budget Airline, April 2013 attitudes Towards Flying key Points public Scepticism Over Budget Pricing figure 64: Attitudes Towards Air Travel, April 2013 low-cost Enthusiasts tasting Luxury frequent Flyers Are Most Disgruntled flying Back Into The Past family Flyers Put Off By Rising Fares flying Smart Airlines - UK - July 2013
    • targeting Opportunities key Points figure 65: Airline Target Groups, April 2013 high Maintenance demographic Profile marketing Message annual Aviators demographic Profile marketing Message budget Babes demographic Profile marketing Message fed Up Of Flying demographic Profile marketing Message appendix – Market Size And Forecast figure 66: Forecasts For Total Passengers Uplifted At Uk Airports, 2013-18 figure 67: Forecasts For International Passengers Uplifted At Uk Airports, 2013-18 figure 68: Forecasts For Domestic Passengers Uplifted At Uk Airports, 2013-18 appendix – Brand Research figure 69: Brand Usage, April 2013 figure 70: Brand Commitment, April 2013 figure 71: Brand Momentum, April 2013 figure 72: Brand Diversity, April 2013 figure 73: Brand Satisfaction, April 2013 figure 74: Brand Recommendation, April 2013 figure 75: Brand Attitude, April 2013 figure 76: Brand Image – Macro Image, April 2013 figure 77: Brand Image – Micro Image, April 2013 figure 78: Profile Of Target Groups, By Demographics, April 2013 figure 79: Psychographic Segmentation, By Target Groups, April 2013 figure 80: Brand Usage, By Target Groups, April 2013 brand Index figure 81: Brand Index, April 2013 appendix – Who Flies And Why? figure 82: Purpose Of Flights Taken Over The Past 12 Months, By Demographics, April 2013 Airlines - UK - July 2013
    • appendix – Frequency Of Flying figure 83: Number Of Times Flown In The Last 12 Months, By Purpose Of Flights Taken Over The Past 12 Months, April 2013 figure 84: Number Of Times Flown In The Last 12 Months, By Demographics, April 2013 appendix – Type Of Flights Taken figure 85: Destination Regions, Types Of Airline And Classes Of Travel Flown In The Last 12 Months, By Number Of Times Flown In The Last 12 Months, April 2013 figure 86: Destination Regions, Types Of Airline And Classes Of Travel Flown In The Last 12 Months, By Purpose Of Flights Taken Over The Past 12 Months, April 2013 figure 87: Destination Regions Of Travel Flown In The Last 12 Months, By Demographics, April 2013 figure 88: Types Of Airline Of Travel Flown In The Last 12 Months, By Demographics, April 2013 figure 89: Classes Of Travel Flown In The Last 12 Months, By Demographics, April 2013 appendix – Important Influences On Airline Choice figure 90: Important Factors In Choosing An Airline, By Destination Regions Of Travel Flown In The Last 12 Months, April 2013 figure 91: Important Factors In Choosing An Airline, By Types Of Airline Of Travel Flown In The Last 12 Months, April 2013 figure 92: Important Factors In Choosing An Airline, By Classes Of Travel Flown In The Last 12 Months, April 2013 figure 93: Important Factors In Choosing An Airline, By Number Of Times Flown In The Last 12 Months, April 2013 figure 94: Important Factors In Choosing An Airline, By Purpose Of Flights Taken Over The Past 12 Months, April 2013 figure 95: Most Popular Important Factors In Choosing An Airline, By Demographics, April 2013 figure 96: Next Most Popular Important Factors In Choosing An Airline, By Demographics, April 2013 figure 97: Other Important Factors In Choosing An Airline, By Demographics, April 2013 appendix – Potential Airline Loyalty Incentives figure 98: Likely Incentives For Choosing A Particular Airline Regularly, By Destination Regions Of Travel Flown In The Last 12 Months, April 2013 figure 99: Likely Incentives For Choosing A Particular Airline Regularly, By Types Of Airline Of Travel Flown In The Last 12 Months, April 2013 figure 100: Likely Incentives For Choosing A Particular Airline Regularly, By Classes Of Travel Flown In The Last 12 Months, April 2013 figure 101: Likely Incentives For Choosing A Particular Airline Regularly, By Number Of Times Flown In The Last 12 Months, April 2013 figure 102: Likely Incentives For Choosing A Particular Airline Regularly, By Purpose Of Flights Taken Over The Past 12 Months, April 2013 Airlines - UK - July 2013
    • figure 103: Most Popular Likely Incentives For Choosing A Particular Airline Regularly, By Demographics, April 2013 figure 104: Next Most Popular Likely Incentives For Choosing A Particular Airline Regularly, By Demographics, April 2013 figure 105: Other Likely Incentives For Choosing A Particular Airline Regularly, By Demographics, April 2013 appendix – How Long Are Travellers Prepared To Spend On A Budget Flight? figure 106: Most Popular Length Of Time People Are Prepared To Spend Travelling By Budget Airline, By Demographics, April 2013 figure 107: Next Most Popular Length Of Time People Are Prepared To Spend Travelling By Budget Airline, By Demographics, April 2013 appendix – Attitudes Towards Flying figure 108: Agreement With Attitudes Towards Air Travel, By Destination Regions Of Travel Flown In The Last 12 Months, April 2013 figure 109: Agreement With Attitudes Towards Air Travel, By Types Of Airline Of Travel Flown In The Last 12 Months, April 2013 figure 110: Agreement With Attitudes Towards Air Travel, By Classes Of Travel Flown In The Last 12 Months, April 2013 figure 111: Agreement With Attitudes Towards Air Travel, By Purpose Of Flights Taken Over The Past 12 Months, April 2013 figure 112: Agreement With Attitudes Towards Flying, By Demographics, April 2013 figure 113: Further Agreement With Attitudes Towards Flying, By Demographics, April 2013 figure 114: Agreement With Other Attitudes Towards Flying, By Demographics, April 2013 appendix – Targeting Opportunities figure 115: Purpose Of Flights Taken Over The Past 12 Months, By Target Groups, April 2013 figure 116: Number Of Times Flown In The Last 12 Months, By Target Groups, April 2013 figure 117: Destination Regions, Types Of Airline And Classes Of Travel Flown In The Last 12 Months, By Target Groups, April 2013 figure 118: Important Factors In Choosing An Airline, By Target Groups, April 2013 figure 119: Likely Incentives For Choosing A Particular Airline Regularly, By Target Groups, April 2013 figure 120: Length Of Time People Are Prepared To Spend Travelling By Budget Airline, By Target Groups, April 2013 figure 121: Attitudes Towards Air Travel (any Agree), By Target Groups, April 2013 figure 122: Target Groups, By Demographics, April 2013 ResearchMoz(http://www.researchmoz.us/) is the one stop online destination to find and buy market research reports & Industry Analysis. We fulfill all your research needs spanning across industry verticals with our Airlines - UK - July 2013
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