Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
In the five years through 2014, revenue for the Airport industry in China has been growing at an annualized rate of 9.6%, driven by the rapid development of the Chinese economy. Cultural exchange campaigns between China and other countries also contributed to revenue growth. However, growth is expected to slow be below average in 2014, as the continued smogt in large cities like Beijing is severely affecting the operations of airlines nationwide. Competition from high-speed rail is also suppressing demand for airlines, considering its lower price and convenience.
The industry has changed significantly over the past five years.... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Products Chapter
The major sources of revenue from airport operations include aviation fees, concessions (rental), airport fees and parking fees. Revenue structures vary considerably across different airports based on size, the scope of service provided and the market served.
Aircraft movement and passenger services
Airports offer a range of services, but their primary function is to provide areas for planes to land and depart, and to facilitate the interchange of passengers and freight between air and surface transport. As such, aircraft movement fees and passenger service charges are the two most common revenue sources for airports in China. These fees are expected to account for roughly 50.7% of total industry revenue in 2014... purchase to read more