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Airports as a Catalyst of Change

  • ID: 3514109
  • Report
  • December 2015
  • Region: Global
  • 44 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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Being the Face of Change will be Critical to Success
This research service is on the interesting trends and developments in the aviation industry in emerging markets and how airports are acting as agents of change. The study describes the four major elements of change, namely, growth, profitability, privatization, and sustainability that need to be considered in the development of airports.

These change elements are propelled by economic drivers, infrastructure factors, and market development. In keeping with learnings from developed airports, multiple airport cities will rise in emerging economies. The study also discusses the challenges to managing the changes in the aviation industry and suggests possible strategies to overcome these challenges.
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1. Executive Summary

Key Findings

2. Introduction and Structure

Structure of Study

3. Elements of Change

Introduction to Elements of Change
Growth-Case Study of India
Airport Profitability-A Glimpse into the Future
New Business Models-Privatization
Privatization-Case Study of Madinah

4. Drivers of Change and Their Impact

Economic Drivers
Economic Drivers Explained
Infrastructure Drivers
Infrastructure Drivers Explained
Market Factors
Why the Change Elements are Here to Stay

5. Managing Change-Challenges and Success Strategies

Growth-Success Strategies
Profitability-Success Strategies
Privatization-Success Strategies
Sustainability-Success Strategies

6. Conclusion

The GPS for Airport Development
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