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Air 2.0 Q4 2007 Update - Moving into Production Product Image

Air 2.0 Q4 2007 Update - Moving into Production

  • Published: January 2008
  • 4 Pages
  • Research 2.0

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  • Cirrus
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Since the initial report in September 2007, the on-demand air travel industry continues to appear poised to develop briskly over the next 12 to 18 months. There are still questions around pricing and operating model choices, but we see existing demand meeting better supply and improved infrastructure in 2008. This should help accelerate awareness, adoption and investment during the year.

Air 2.0 Q4 2007 Update - Moving into Production

- Examines the long-term impact of on-demand air travel and very light jet (VLJ) technology in the tradition of other disruptive technologies such as steel mini-mills and express package delivery services.
- Explores the ongoing and growing influx of private equity financing and other business funding into both the European and U.S. on-demand air travel sector.
- Discusses airport infrastructure and technology upgrades currently underway that are set to facilitate an increase in on-demand air travel.
- Looks at the business models, marketing strategies and client services that will be the success drivers in the European and U.S. on-demand air travel sector in the coming 12 to 18 months.

Products covered in this report include:

- Cessna Mustang
- Very Light Jets (VLJ)
- Embraer Phenom 100
- Small Aviation Transportation System (SATS)
- Eclipse 500

- Summary
- Company and funding developments
- Infrastructure upgrades
- Technology
- Q1 2008 research plan

Companies covered in this report include:

- DayJet
- Linear
- SATSair
- POGOJet
- JetBird
- Blink
- RyanAir
- easyJet
- Eclipse
- Cirrus

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