Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
The Domestic Airlines industry is soaring again as consumer and business spending have increased since the recession, leading to higher travel rates. Prior to the past five years, the industry experienced its most difficult year in at least a decade in 2009, as the recession led to a collapse in demand, resulting in capacity cuts and plummeting prices. businesses trips increased as corporate profit recovered quickly from the recession. As a result, industry revenue is estimated to increase over the five years to 2014. However, thanks to consumer confidence receding slightly from its recent high and people becoming more intent on saving rather than spending, growth in 2014 is projected to be subdued... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Starting a New Business Chapter
Costs to purchase aircraft and specialist machinery, hangar and other airfield space, as well as costs to attract skilled labor and to comply with stringent safety requirements are high and a significant barrier to industry entry. Purchasing aircraft may cost millions of dollars, which may be hard to secure, given the competitive nature of the industry. Complying with government requirements is costly and timely, making it harder to enter the industry. Skilled labor may be hard to come by in times of pilot shortage, considering the extensive training required to be able to work in the industry.
Once a new company enters the industry, barriers to success become even harder... purchase to read more