CEIC Analytics – Malaysia Aviation Report

Nov. 10, 2006 – CEIC Analytics – Malaysia Aviation Report


The stronger global economic growth in the first quarter of 2006 has fed through to improved international air freight growth. The air freight business in Asia is backed by strong demand of China to South East Asia, the US and Europe. Airlines in Asia Pacific are looking at a multitude of methods to increase revenues in the impact of high oil prices. Many have improved their operational efficiency, reformed their business process and enhanced their product and service quality. The upturn in the Asia Pacific economy and the subsequent higher demand for air travel have resulted in more aircrafts on order. Asian airlines are not only increasing numbers but are also buying the biggest and most expensive models.

The growing demand for air travel in Malaysia has led to the expansion of new routes
throughout Asia. Airlines are re-evaluating and redesigning their networks to maximize
opportunities arising from bilateral agreements. The active development of strategic alliances and higher tourist arrivals into Malaysia helped shore up passenger volume in Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).

Scope of this Report

Our Malaysia Aviation report provides in-depth analysis and statistics, with 2004 and 2005 year-end market data and updated data for Q1-Q2 2006. This report gives an instant overview of the Malaysian aviation market. The data contains graphic illustrations in form of tables and graphs and expert views.

Table of Contents

1. Industry Profile
1.1 Sector Overview
1.2 Sector Performance
1.2.1 Air Passenger Services
1.2.2 Air Freight Services
1.2.3 Risk & Factor
1.2.4 Policy and Regulatory

2. Market Trends and Outlook
2.1 Budget Airlines
2.2 Rationalization of Domestic Routes
2.3 Market Outlook

3. Leading Players and Comparative Matrix
3.1 MAS vs AirAsia
3.1.1 MAS: Business Turnaround
3.1.2 MAS: Mutual Separation
3.1.3 Financial Results
3.1.4 Operating Expenditure
3.1.5 Operating Statistic
3.1.6 Future Development
3.2 Malaysian Airports Holding Berhad
3.3 Global Comparative Statistic

Sunil Nair
(Web Admin)

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