As the Russian aerospace and defense industry consolidates, it is integrating more and more into the world market. The most important factors are:
- Dramatic decrease in domestic defense orders;
- Decrease in acquisition potential of the Russian air carriers following the collapse of Aeroflot monopoly;
- Absence of a well-organized leasing system;
- Significant reduction in state investments into research and development;
- Certification of foreign aircraft that opened the way to upgrade the Russian fleet with Western aircraft.
Analyzing the Russian Aerospace and Defense Industry 2016 provides a well-grounded research analysis of the Russian Aerospace & Defense Industry. This report aims to help investors and analysts understand the emergence of the Russian Aerospace and Defense Industry. Giving an overview of the industry, market statistics, looking at the issues and challenges faced by the industry, the report explores all the facets of the Russian Aerospace and Defense Industry. The leading players, their products, and their role in Russia’s Aerospace and Defense Industry are all described in details in Analyzing the Russian Aerospace and Defense Industry research report. An in-depth analysis of the Sukhoi company and its various products of strategic military importance makes this research report different from the others available today.
B.1 Industry Definition
B.2 Overview of the Global Aerospace and Defense Industry
B.3 Market Segments
B.4 Competition in the Industry
B.5 Mergers and Acquisitions
B.6 Risks in the Aerospace and Defense Industry
B.7 Global Supply Chain
C. Aerospace & Defense Industry in Russia
C.1 Historical Background
C.2 Market Overview
C.3 Market Structure
C.4 Import/Export Situation
C.5 Competition in the Industry
D. Looking at Market Trends and Industry Drivers
E. Key Statistics
E.1 Increase in Foreign Sales
E.2 State Ownership Concept
F. Looking at the Various Industrial Groups
F.4 International Activities
G. Issues & Challenges
H. Legal & Financial Issues in Russian Civil Aviation & Airports
H.2 Acquiring a New Aircraft
H.3 Problems with Leasing
I. Regulatory Framework
I.1 Restructuring in the Industry
J. Other Sectors of Aerospace
J.1 Civil Aviation
J.2 Russian Aircraft Engine Industry
J.3 Russian Avionics Industry
J.4 Aviation Materials Industry
K. Foreign Investment in the Industry
L. Market Access
M. Russia’s Aerospace & Defense Industry in Porter’s Five Forces Strategy Analysis
M.1 Bargaining Power of Buyer
M.2 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
M.3 Competitive Rivalry in the Industry
M.4 Threat of New Entrants
M.5 Threat of Industry Substitution
N. Russian Military Space Capabilities
N.1 Anti-satellite Systems
N.2 Other Military Space Based Systems
N.3 Imaging Satellites
N.4 Russian Navigation Satellites
O. Market Forecast
P. Leading Players
P.1 Aeroflot Russian Airlines
P.2 Siberia Airlines (S7 Airlines)
P.4 Looking at the Sukhoi Group
P.4.2 Su-7 'Fitter'
P.4.3 Su-9 'Fishpot'
P.4.4 Su-11 'Fishpot-C'
P.4.6 Su-15 'Flagon'
P.4.7 Su-17/Su-20/Su-22 'Fitter'
P.4.8 Su-24 'Fencer'
P.4.9 Su-25 'Frogfoot'
P.4.11 Su-27 'Flanker A/B'
P.4.14 Su-30 'Flanker-C'
P.4.16 Su-33 'Flanker-D'
P.4.17 Su-34 'Fullback'
P.4.18 Su-27M/Su-35 'Flanker-E'
P.4.19 Su-25TM/Su-39 'Frogfoot'
P.4.20 Sukhoi-Gulfstream S-21
P.4.22 Superjet 100
P.4.27 Su-37 'Flanker-F' ("Terminator")
P.4.29 S-32/37 Berkut
P.4.31 Sukhoi PAK FA
R. Glossary of Terms