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航空貨物の世界市場 Air Cargo
出版日: 2010年09月01日 ページ情報: 英文 247 Pages

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概要

当レポートでは、航空貨物輸送サービスに注目し、その形態、ニーズなどを整理しながら、世界市場の現況と発展の機会、課題ほか将来に向けての動向を分析・予測する最新調査データを、概略以下の構成でお届けします。

目次

第1章 イントロダクション、方法論、製品の定義

第2章 市場の概況

第3章 展望

  • 現況および将来分析
  • 緩やかな回復を見る世界の航空貨物需要

第4章 産業概要

  • 世界の航空貨物産業 - 概要
  • 産業発展要因
  • 産業構造
  • 主要貨物航空会社
  • 2001-2005年:実績検証
  • 第5章 動向
  • 世界的に落ち込む航空貨物の成長率
  • 貨物専用・旅客兼用で貨物市場の大半を占める航空便
  • グローバリゼーションが航空貨物需要に拍車
  • 世界的 - 需給動態
  • 先行する新興経済国
  • 新たなインベントリー政策
  • 電子取引への動向
  • 進行する業界再編

第6章 航空貨物機フリート

  • 概要と展望
  • 航空機フリートの機種別増加率
  • 転用

第7章 新規導入サービス

第8章 新規導入サービス最新情報 - 代表事例集

第9章 最近の業界動向

第10章 企業動向最新情報 - 代表事例集

第11章 世界の主要参入企業

第12章 世界市場見通し

第13章 米国

第14章 カナダ

第15章 欧州

第16章 アジア太平洋

第17章 ラテンアメリカ

第18章 その他の地域

競合環境

目次
Product Code: MCP-1032

Abstract

This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Air Cargo traffic by the following major routes along with mode of destination (Domestic and International) in terms of Freight Ton Kilometers (FTKs): China-North America, China-Europe, Domestic US, Domestic China, Asia-North America, Europe-North America, Asia-Europe, North America-Europe, Europe-China, North America-Asia, North America-China, Europe-Asia, Japan-North America, South America-Europe, South America-North America, Japan-Europe, North America-Japan, Africa-Europe, Europe-Japan, Europe-Africa, and Others. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for each region for the period 2007 through 2015. Also, a seven-year historic analysis is provided for these markets. The report profiles 139 companies including many key and niche players such as Air China Limited, Air France-KLM, Air France, Alitalia, American Airlines Inc., Asiana Airlines, ASTAR Air Cargo, Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, Inc., British Airways PLC, Cargolux Airlines International S.A, Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd, China Airlines, China Cargo Airlines Ltd., Continental Airlines, Inc., Delta, DHL International GmbH, Emirates SkyCargo, EVA Airways Corp., FedEx, Japan Airlines System Corporation, Korean Air, Deutsche Lufthansa AG, Deutsche Lufthansa AG, Lufthansa Cargo AG, Emirates SkyCargo, EVA Airways Corp., FedEx, (FedEx Express, FedEx Ground, FedEx Freight, FedEx Custom Critical, FedEx Trade Networks, FedEx Services), Japan Airlines Corporation, Korean Air, Malaysia Airlines Cargo Sdn Bhd,Martinair Cargo, Nippon Cargo Airlines Co., Ltd., Polar Air Cargo Worldwide, Inc., Qantas Airways Limited ABN, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways, United Parcel Service of America Inc., and United Airlines Inc, Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are mostly extracted from URL research and reported select online sources

Table of Contents

1. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY &PRODUCT DEFINITIONS 1

  • Study Reliability And Reporting Limitations1
  • Disclaimers2
  • Data Interpretation & Reporting Level3
  • Quantitative Techniques & Analytics3
  • Product Definitions And Scope of Study3

2. MARKET SNAPSHOTS 5

3. OUTLOOK 6

  • Current and Future Analysis6
  • United States Rules the Market While China Races Ahead...6
  • Global Air Cargo Demand to Witness Slow Recovery6

4. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW 7

  • Global Air Cargo Industry - An Overview7
  • Recessionary Trends7
  • Growth Rate in Air Cargo Market PlummetsOwing to Decline in Trading Activity7
  • Cost Pressures Lead to Parking of Several Aircrafts7
  • Rise in Fuel Prices Add Further Worries for Airlines8
  • Airports Worldwide Witness Reduced Cargo Activity8
  • Shift From Air to Sea Transport - A Cause of Concern8
  • Industry Drivers9
  • Economic Factors Have a Direct Influence...9
  • Other Factors9
  • The Asian Influence...9
  • Fuel Prices9
  • Pricing Structure10
  • Environmental Regulations10
  • Competition from Other Transportation Modes10
  • Airfreight Drives Air Cargo Traffic10
    • Table 1: Global Air Cargo Traffic (2000-2015): Percentage Breakdown of RTK by Segment -Freight and Mail for years 2000, 2005, 2010, and 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)11
    • Table 2: Global Air Cargo Traffic (2000 & 2008): Percentage Breakdown of RTK by Segment(International Route) - Express, and Freight & Mail11
  • Non-US Airlines Dominate Global Air Cargo Traffic11
    • Table 3: Global Air Cargo Traffic (2008): Percentage Breakdown of FTK by Airline Domicile- Non-US Scheduled, US Scheduled, Non-US Charter,US Charter, US Mail and Non-US Mail(includes corresponding Graph/Chart)11
  • Industry Structure12
  • Business Models - Integrated & Non-Integrated12
  • Cargo Vs. Passenger Traffic: A Comparative Overview12
  • Leading Cargo Carriers13
    • Table 4: Leading Players in the Global Air Cargo Market (2008): Percentage Breakdown by FTK for FedEx, UPS, Korean Air, Lufthansa, Cathay Pacific, Singapore Airlines, China Airlines, Air France-KLM, Emirates, Cargolux,and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)13
  • Years 2001 - 2005: A Review into the Past13
  • 2005: Intra-Asia Leads in Tonnage Carried13
    • Table 5: Global Air Cargo Market (2005): PercentageBreakdown of Tonnage Carried by Route- Intra-Asia, Europe-Asia, Asia-North America, Europe-North America, Domestic China, Into, Out and Within Middle East,Southwest Asia, Intra-Europe, Into, Out and WithinAfrica, Latin America -North America, Domestic and International Combined for Commonwealth ofIndependent States, Latin America-Europe andOthers (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)14
  • India - Malaysia' s Biggest Air Cargo Market inSouth Asia14
  • U.S. Postal Service Leads Domestic Air Cargo Market15
    • Table 6: Domestic Air Cargo Market in the United States (FY 2005/06) - Percentage Breakdown by Volume for US Postal Service, FedEx Express, UPS, DHL and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)15
    • Table 7: Domestic Air Cargo Market in the United States (FY2005/06) - Percentage Breakdown by Revenue forUS Postal Service, FedEx Express, UPS, DHL and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)15

5. TRENDS 16

  • Global Air Cargo Growth Falls16
  • All Cargo/Combination Carriers Dominate the Cargo Market16
    • Table 8: Global Air Cargo Market (2008 and 2012): Percentage Breakdown by Type of Service: All Cargo/ Combination Carriers, ACMI/Charter, Integrators andMail (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)16
  • Globalization Spurs Air Cargo Demand17
  • Global - Supply/Demand Dynamics17
  • Emerging Economies Take the Honors....17
  • The China Factor....17
  • No1. Air Cargo Market by the Year 2025....18
  • India - Fueling Growth in Asian Market...18
  • Attractive Cargo Market Prompts Airlines toGrab Business18
  • Infrastructure Stifles Potential Air Cargo Market18
  • Revised Inventory Polices18
  • Trend Towards E-Commerce19
  • Industry Consolidation on the Move19
  • Global Alliances20
  • The WOW Alliance20
  • Others21
  • Global Freight Exchange21
  • SkyTeam Cargo Alliance21

6. AIR FREIGHTER FLEET 22

  • Overview and Outlook22
    • Table 9: Global Air Fleet (2009): Number of Aircraft by Freighter Type in Terms of Load Carrying Capacity-Standard Body (<45 tonnes), Medium-Widebody(45-80 tonnes) and Large Body (>80 tonnes)(includes corresponding Graph/Chart)22
  • Airfleet Growth by Aircraft Type22
  • Small Jet Freighters23
  • Regional Freighters23
  • Long-Range Freighters23
  • Large Freighters23
  • Conversions: Salvaging Value from Grounded Aircraft23
  • Why Conversions are Increasingly Preferred?24
  • Historic Air Cargo Statistics24
    • Table 10: Global Air Fleet (2005): Freighter Operators and Fleets by Region- North America, Europe and CIS, Asia- Pacific, Latin America, Africa, and Middle East (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)25
    • Table 11: Global Air Fleet (2005): Number of Aircraft by Freighter Type- Large, Long-Range, Regional and Small Jets (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)25
    • Table 12: Global Air Fleet (2005): Number of Aircraft by Freighter Type- Large, Long-Range, Regional and Small Jets for North America, Europe and CIS, Middle East, Latin America, Africa and Asia-Pacific (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)26

7. SERVICE INTRODUCTIONS 27

  • Air China Cargo Unveils Service to Paris27
  • Cargolux Initiates New Freighter Services to Cairo27
  • British Airways World Cargo Launches Freighter toColombia27
  • British Airways World Cargo Starts AdditionalFreighter Routing27
  • China Airlines to Unveil Direct Flights to Guangzhouand Shanghai27
  • UPS Introduces New International Freight Services27
  • DHL Unveils India-Dubai Cargo service28
  • FedEx Launches New Aircraft28
  • Korean Air Cargo Extends Service at Toronto Pearson28
  • Deccan 360 to Introduce Cargo Services to Dubai28
  • Polar Air Cargo to Start New Services to Japan28
  • Lufthansa Cargo to Introduce Multiple-Mode Service29
  • Lufthansa Cargo Introduces Paperless Airfreight Shipments29
  • Cargolux Airlines International Introduces WeeklyService from Asia to Vienna29
  • DHL Global Forwarding Unveils Overnight AirfreightService Across Europe29
  • Cathay Pacific Airways Introduces Pharma LIFT29
  • DHL Express Introduces Frequent Cargo Service in Russia29

8. SERVICE INTRODUCTIONS IN RECENT PAST - A PERSPECTIVE BUILDER 30

  • JAL Group Sets Fleet Plan, Cargo Business Route,for FY200730
  • Singapore Airlines Cargo Introduces Service toKenya' s Capital30

9. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY 31

  • Delta Airlines and Northwest Airlines Merge Together toForm New Entity31
  • China Eastern Airlines Takes Over Great Wall Airline31
  • China Eastern Airlines Acquires Shanghai Airlines31
  • Air China Inks Framework Agreement with CathayPacific Airways31
  • Air France-KLM Inks Letter of Intent with FedEx forSelling Two 777 Freighters32
  • South Korea Inks Deal for E-Freight Project on AirCargo Transportation32
  • Air India to Convert Subsidiary to Cargo Airline32
  • Icelandair Group to Sell Bluebird32
  • Air China Plans 100% Acquisition of Cargo Division32
  • Alitalia-Compagnia Merges with Air One32
  • Air France-KLM Acquires Stake in Alitalia33
  • Lufthansa Acquires SN Airholding33
  • Amerijet Takes Over SRX Transcontinental33
  • Seino Holdings to Take Over Seibu Transportation33
  • SCH Swiss Capital Holdings Acquires flyLAL -Lithuanian Airlines33
  • Aramex Inks Regional Cargo Agreement with Air Arabia33
  • ATSG Signs Contract with Qantas34
  • FedEx Express Expands Capacity in Mexico34
  • Air Canada Extends Contract with Unisys34
  • Japan Post Service to Terminate Air Cargo Agreementwith All Nippon Airways34
  • Saudi Arabian Airlines Spins-Off Cargo Division34
  • Northwest Airlines to Merge with Delta Airlines PostAcquisition35
  • Qantas Freight Enterprises Acquires Jets Transport Express35
  • Excellency Investment Realty Trust to Take Over PaceAirlines LLC35
  • Atlantic Airlines Merges with West Air Europe35
  • SuperShuttle Tennessee Takes Over NashvilleShuttleMAX LLC35
  • River Hawk Aviation Takes Over Carolina Air Charter36
  • H.I.G European Capital Partners LLP to Take OverFrigosped GmbH36
  • Abu Dhabi Aviation Buys Majority Interest in MaximusAir Cargo36
  • CS Cargo Takes Over CS Express36
  • Wincanton Acquires ELI-Transport and ELI-Lagerhaus36
  • Agility to Take Over Baisui United Logistics36
  • Agility Takes Over Geopetrol International37
  • Easley Transportation Purchases VIP Express Freight37
  • Kenco Logistic Services Buys American DistributionCenters37
  • Keppel Logistics to Buy Stake in Indo-Trans LogisticsVietnam37
  • Sinotrans to Merge with China Yangtze Transportation37
  • Avianca Takes Over Tampa Cargo38
  • TMI Group Renames as Rhenus Logistics38
  • China Southern Airlines to Form JV with Air-France KLM38
  • Lufthansa Cargo and DHL Establish Joint Venture38
  • Seacon Logistics Forms Joint Venture with Dachser38
  • Malaysia Airlines Cargo Becomes Preferred Carrier and Inks Security Partnership with DHL Global Forwarding39
  • Avianca to Enter into Strategic Cargo Alliance withMartinair and Tampa Cargo39
  • DHL Express and Polar Air Cargo Sign Block SpaceAgreement39
  • Lufthansa Cargo and Jade Cargo International SignBlocked Space Agreement39
  • Emirates SkyCargo Inks Agreement with Globe Air Cargo39
  • Lufthansa Cargo Signs Contract with Menzies Aviation40
  • DHL and Airbus Sign Agreement40
  • Cargologic Extends Agreement with Swiss WorldCargo40
  • DHL Wins Contract from Siemens40
  • Gati Inks Aircraft Leasing Agreement with Air India40
  • DHL Increases Cargo Capacity40
  • Air China Cargo to Expand Freighter Fleet41
  • Lufthansa Cargo Extends Services in Brazil41
  • DHL Commences Warehouse Facility in India41
  • Air France-KLM Commences Paperless Air CargoShipments41
  • United Parcel Service Commences Construction of Intra-Asia Air Cargo Hub41

10. CORPORATE ACTIVITY IN RECENT PAST -A PERSPECTIVE BUILDER 42

  • Macquarie Acquires Mercury Air Centers42
  • Mercury Snaps Up JetSouth42
  • Global Aero Logistics Buys Out World Air Holdings42
  • Towne Holdings Acquires Complete Transport42
  • Menzies to Buy Out Universal Air Cargo42
  • FedEx Express Buys Flying-Cargo Hungary Kft42
  • Allcargo Acquires Hindustan Cargo43
  • DHL and Polar Join Hands43
  • DHL Expands Operations in Atlanta43
  • NCA Commences Operations in US and Europe43
  • Air India Introduces Committed Cargo Service43
  • NCA Orders Replica of Boeing 747-8 Model Freighter44
  • Air China to Form Joint Venture with Cathay44
  • Nippon and Jett8 Join Hands44

11. FOCUS ON KEY GLOBAL PLAYERS 45

  • Air China Limited (China)45
  • Air France-KLM (France)45
  • Air France (France)45
  • Alitalia (Italy)45
  • American Airlines Inc. (US)46
  • Asiana Airlines (South Korea)46
  • ASTAR Air Cargo (Formerly DHL Airways) [US]46
  • Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, Inc. (US)46
  • British Airways PLC (UK)47
  • Cargolux Airlines International S.A (Luxembourg)47
  • Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. (Hong Kong)47
  • China Airlines (Taiwan)48
  • China Cargo Airlines Ltd. (China)48
  • Continental Airlines, Inc. (US)48
  • Delta (US)48
  • DHL International GmbH (Germany)49
  • Deutsche Lufthansa AG (Germany)49
  • Lufthansa Cargo AG49
  • Emirates SkyCargo (UAE)49
  • EVA Airways Corp. (Taiwan)50
  • FedEx (US)50
  • FedEx Express50
  • FedEx Ground50
  • FedEx Freight50
  • FedEx Custom Critical51
  • FedEx Trade Networks51
  • FedEx Services51
  • Japan Airlines Corporation (Japan)51
  • Korean Air (Korea)51
  • Malaysia Airlines Cargo Sdn Bhd (MASkargo) (Malaysia)52
  • Martinair Cargo (The Netherlands)52
  • Nippon Cargo Airlines Co., Ltd. (Japan)52
  • Polar Air Cargo Worldwide, Inc. (US)52
  • Qantas Airways Limited ABN (Australia)53
  • Singapore Airlines (Singapore)53
  • Thai Airways (Thailand)53
  • United Parcel Service of America Inc. (US)54
  • United Airlines Inc. (US)54

12. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE 55

  • Table 13: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis forAir Cargo Traffic by Route - Domestic US, Domestic China, China-North America, North America-China, Asia-North America, North America-Asia, North America-Japan, Japan-North America, Europe-North America, North America-Europe, China-Europe, Europe-China, Asia-Europe,Europe-Asia, Europe-Japan, Japan-Europe, Europe-Africa, Africa-Europe, South America-North America,South America-Europe, and Others IndependentlyAnalyzed in Billion Freight Ton Kilometers for theYears 2007 through 2010 (includes correspondingGraph/Chart)55
    • Table 14: World Historic Review for Air Cargo Traffic by Route - Domestic US, Domestic China, China-NorthAmerica, North America-China, Asia-North America, North America-Asia, North America-Japan, Japan-North America, Europe-North America, North America-Europe, China-Europe, Europe-China, Asia-Europe, Europe-Asia, Europe-Japan,Japan-Europe, Europe-Africa, Africa-Europe, South America-North America, South America-Europe, and OthersIndependently Analyzed in Billion Freight Ton Kilometersfor the Years 2000 through 2006 (includescorresponding Graph/Chart)56
    • Table 15: World 11-Year Perspective for Air Cargo Traffic by Route - Percentage Breakdown of Freight Ton Kilometers for Domestic US, Domestic China, China-North America,North America-China, Asia-North America, North America-Asia, North America-Japan, Japan-North America, Europe-North America, North America-Europe, China-Europe,Europe-China, Asia-Europe, Europe-Asia, Europe-Japan,Japan-Europe, Europe-Africa, Africa-Europe, SouthAmerica-North America, South America-Europe, andOthers for the Years 2005, 2010 and Devaluation ofDollar Results in Shrinkage of Goods Import Setbackto Economy and Air Cargo Trade Due to Housingand Credit/Mortgage Crisis 2015 (includescorresponding Graph/Chart)57
    • Table 16: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Air Cargo Traffic by Destination -International andDomestic Independently Analyzed in Billion Freight Ton Kilometers for the Years 2007 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)58
    • Table 17: World Historic Review for Air Cargo Traffic by Destination -International and DomesticIndependently Analyzed in Billion Freight Ton Kilometers for the Years 2000 through 2006 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)58
    • Table 18: World 11-Year Perspective for Air Cargo Traffic by Destination - Percentage Breakdown of Freight Ton Kilometers for International and Domestic for the Years 2005, 2010 and 201559

13. THE UNITED STATES 60

A. Market Analysis 60

  • Domestic United States- The Largest Market60
    • Table 19: US Intercontinental Air Freight Demand (2006-2008) By Route - US-Latin America, US-European Union and US-Asia (In MillionMetric Tons) (includes correspondingGraph/Chart)60
  • Outlook for the US Air Cargo Market60
  • Airlines Industry: An Overview61
  • After Effects of 9/11 Attacks61
  • US Domestic Air Cargo61
    • Table 20: Leading Players in the US Air Cargo Market (2009): Percentage Breakdown for FedEx, ABX,UPS, Baron, Ameriflight, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)61
  • North American Transborder Air Trade62
  • Sluggish Growth Prospects Necessitate Quest forNew Business...62
    • Table 21: Domestic Vs. International Air CargoTrafficin the US: 2001, 2005, & 2010 (In Percentage) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)63
    • Table 22: US Domestic Air Cargo Market (2009): Percentage Breakdown of RTK by Cargo Type-Express Carriers, Scheduled Freight, Mail and Chartered Freight (includes correspondingGraph/Chart)63
    • Table 23: International Air Cargo Traffic in the US: Percentage Breakup by Cargo Type - ScheduledFreight, Charter Freight, and Mail for 2005, 2007 & 2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)64
  • Intra-North America Air Cargo Market64
  • North America-Europe Air Cargo Market64

B. Key Market Trends 65

  • Trend Towards Time-deferred Services65
  • Increasing Usage of Trucks65
  • Price Fluctuations65

C. Factors Affecting the Market Yesterday and Today 66

  • Devaluation of Dollar Results in Shrinkage ofGoods Import66
  • Setback to Economy and Air Cargo Trade Due toHousing and Credit/Mortgage Crisis66
  • Impact of Iraq War66
  • Antiterrorism Regulations66

D. Key Players 67

14. CANADA 68

  • Market Analysis68
  • An Overview68
  • Air Cargo Market68
    • Table 24: Canadian Air Cargo Market (2000-2010): Total Enplaned and Deplaned Air Cargo at Domestic, International and Other Transborder levels in Thousand Tons (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)68
    • Table 25: Canadian Air Cargo Traffic: Percentage Breakup by Type - Freight and Mail (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)69
    • Table 26: Domestic Vs. International Air Cargo Traffic in Canada (In Percentage) (includescorresponding Graph/Chart)70

15. EUROPE 71

A. Market Analysis 71

  • Europe-North America71
    • Table 27: Europe-North America Air Cargo Market (2009): Percentage Breakdown of Tonnage Carried from Germany, UK, France, Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland and Others toNorth America (includes correspondingGraph/Chart)71
    • Table 28: Europe-North America Air Cargo Market (2009): Percentage Breakdown of Tonnage inEastbound Flows by Commodity- General Industrial Equipment,Documents and Small Packages, Electrical Machinery, Scientific and Specialized Equipment, miscellaneous Manufactured Articles and Others(includes corresponding Graph/Chart)72
    • Table 29: Europe-North America Air Cargo Market (2009): Percentage Breakdown of Tonnage inWestbound Flows by Commodity - General Industrial Equipment, Electrical Machinery, Documents andSmall Packages, Scientific and Specialized Equipment, Transportation Equipment and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)72
  • Europe-Asia73
  • Europe-Latin America73
    • Table 30: Europe-Latin America Air Cargo Market(2009): Percentage Breakdown of Tonnage inEastbound Flows by Commodity - Leather Goods, Automobile Components and Accessories, Flowers, Electrical Machinery, Industrial Machinery and Equipment, Fish, and Others (includescorresponding Graph/Chart)73
    • Table 31: Europe-Latin America Air Cargo Market(2009): Percentage Breakdown of Tonnage inWestbound Flows by Commodity - Leather Goods, Automobiles and Accessories, Flowers, Electrical Machinery, Industrial Machinery and Equipment,Fish, and Others (includes correspondingGraph/Chart)74
  • Intra Europe and Inter-Continental Air Cargo Services74
    • Table 32: Air Cargo Market in Europe (2009):Percentage Breakdown of Tonnage Carried byRoute - Intercontinental and Intra-Europe75
    • Table 33: Europe - Intercontinental Air Cargo Market (2009): Percentage Breakdown of Tonnage Carried by Route - Europe-Asia, Europe-North America, Europe- Middle East, Europe-Africa, and Europe-Rest ofWorld (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)75
    • Table 34: Intra Europe Air Cargo Market (2009): Percentage Breakdown of RTK by Type- Express, Scheduled Freight and Mail (includescorresponding Graph/Chart)75
    • Table 35: Leading Players in the European Air Cargo Market (2008): Breakdown of Volume Handled for Lufthansa, Air-France, Cargolux, KLM, BritishAirways, Alitalia and Virgin Atlantic (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)76
    • Table 36: UK Air Cargo Market (2009): Percentage Breakdown of Imports and Exports76
    • Table 37: UK Air Cargo Market (2009): Percentage Breakdown by Route -International and Domestic76
    • Table 38: UK Cargo Market (2008): Percentage Breakdown by Mode of Transport- Sea, Channeland Air (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)77
  • Russian Airlines Industry: An Overview77
    • Table 39: Russian Heavy-Lift Air Cargo Market(2004-2006): Percentage Breakdown of Major Players - Volga-Dnepr (Russia), Antonov (Ukraine),Polet (Russia), and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)77

B. Trends in European Air Cargo Market 78

  • Drop in Cargo Volumes for Leading EuropeanAirlines Amidst Recession78
  • Inclusion of Air Traffic in Trading of CO2 Emissions -A Blow to Air Cargo Business in Europe78
  • Eastern European Countries Join the Bandwagon78
  • Air Cargo Services in Europe79
  • Dependence on Night Flights79
  • Trucking - An Integral Part of Scheduled FreightServices80
  • Exchange Rates and Air Trade Directionality80
  • D. Key Players80

16. ASIA-PACIFIC 81

A. Market Analysis 81

B. Economic and Market Overview 81

  • North America-Asia Air Cargo Market82
  • Intra-Asia Air Cargo Market82

C. Major Influencing Factors... 82

  • Air Cargo Market of India, China and IndonesiaSoften the Impact of Slowdown82
  • Consumer Durables Sales Decline, While FMCGSector Remains Buoyant During Slowdown82
  • Electronics Shipments Propel Air Cargo Rates83
  • Impact of FDI83
  • Factors Influencing Regional Trade84

D. Major Markets 84

  • China84
  • Economic Overview and Outlook84
  • Impact of Slowdown in the Air Cargo Market84
    • Table 40: Air Cargo Market in China (2009):Percentage Breakdown of Air Cargo Handledfor Domestic Routes, and International Routes(includes corresponding Graph/Chart)85
  • Major Provinces86
  • Top 10 Air Cargo Airport Hubs in China (2008):Ranked in Order of Cargo & MailsHandled (Tons)86
    • Table 41: PRC Air Freight in Thousand Tons by Commodity- Intermediate Goods, High Tech Goods, Consumer Goods, Capital Goods and Other for Years 2005 and 2006 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)86
  • Investments Pour for Infrastructure Development87
  • Asia- North America87
    • Table 42: Asia-North America Air Cargo Market (2008):Percentage Breakdown of Tonnage in Transpacific Flow by Region- China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Macau (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)88
    • Table 43: Asia-North America Air Cargo Market (2009):Percentage Breakdown of Tonnage in EastboundTranspacific Flow by Commodity- Apparel, Telecom Equipment, Office Machines and Computers,Electrical Machinery, and Others (includescorresponding Graph/Chart)88
    • Table 44: Asia-North America Air Cargo Market (2009):Percentage Breakdown of Tonnage in WestboundTranspacific Flow by Commodity-General Industrial Equipment, Documents and Small Packages, Electrical Machinery, Chemical Materials, Scientific andSpecialized Equipment, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)89
  • Asia-Europe89
    • Table 45: Asia-Europe Air Cargo Market (2009): Percentage Breakdown of Tonnage in Eastbound Flows by Commodity - General Industry Machinery, Documents and Small Packages, Electrical Machineryand Apparatus, Miscellaneous Manufactured Items,and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)89
    • Table 46: Asia-Europe Air Cargo Market (2009): Percentage Breakdown of Tonnage in Westbound Flows by Commodity- Articles of Apparel, Miscellaneous Manufactured Items, Office Machines, Electrical Machinery and Apparatus, Documents and Small Packages, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)90
  • Intra-Asia90
  • Southwest Asia91
  • Europe- Southwest Asia' s Principal Air Trade Partner91
    • Table 47: Southwest Asian Air Cargo Market (2009): Percentage Breakdown of Tonnage by Regions- Europe, Middle East, Asia, North America, Intraregional, and Africa (includescorresponding Graph/Chart)91
  • India and Pakistan Drive Southwest Asian Air Cargo Sector92
  • India92
  • Attractive Cargo Market Prompts Airlines toGrab Business92
    • Table 48: Indian Air Cargo Market (2000-2010): Air Cargo Traffic in Thousand Metric Tons by Destination- International and Domestic (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)92
    • Table 49: Indian Air Cargo Market (2009):Percentage Breakdown of Tonnage by Regions- Europe, Asia, Middle East, North America,Southwest Asia, Africa, and CIS (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)93
  • Infrastructure Stifles Potential Air Cargo Market93
  • E. Key Players93

17. LATIN AMERICA 94

A. Market Analysis 94

  • Overview94
    • Table 50: Air Cargo Traffic in Latin America(2006 & 2008): Percentage Breakup byCargo Type - Freight and Mail94
  • Latin America-North America are Back on Track94
  • Mexico Dominates Central America- North America Market95
  • Latin America-Europe95
  • Principal Goods Shipped by Air...95
    • Table 51: Latin America-North America Air Cargo Market (2009): Percentage Breakdown of Tonnagein Northbound Flows by Commodity- Flowers,Fish, Vegetables, Small Packages and Shipments, Fruits and Nuts, Telephone Equipment and Other (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)95
    • Table 52: Latin America-North America Air Cargo Market (2009): Percentage Breakdown of Tonnagein Southbound Flows by Commodity- Small Packages, Industrial Machinery and Parts, Automated Data Processing Machines and Parts, Specialized Machinery and Parts, Electrical Machines andParts, Optical Photographic Equipment, Telecommunications Equipment and Other(includes corresponding Graph/Chart)96
    • Table 53: Latin America-Europe Air Cargo Market (2009): Percentage Breakdown of Tonnage by Commodity- Electrical Machinery, Flowers, Automobiles and Accessories, Leather and Leather Manufactured Goods, Fish and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)96

B. Key Players 97

18. REST OF WORLD 98

A. Market Analysis 98

  • The Middle East98
  • Economic Overview98
  • Europe-Main Trade Partner98
    • Table 54: Middle East Air Cargo Market (2008): Percentage Breakdown of Tonnage by Regions-Europe, Asia-Pacific, North America, Middle East,and Africa (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)98
  • Major Commodities Shipped Through Air99
  • Middle East Aviation Sector Growth Unabated byEconomic Slump99
  • Africa100
  • Economic Outlook100
  • Europe- Principal Trade Partner100
    • Table 55: Asia-Africa Air Cargo Market (2009): Percentage Breakdown of Tonnage by Commodity- Machinery and Transport Equipment, Manufactured Goods, Chemical and Other Related Products andOthers (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)101
    • Table 56: Africa-Asia Air Cargo Market (2009): Percentage Breakdown of Tonnage by Commodity- Machinery and Transport Equipment, Food andLive Animals, Manufactured Goods and Others(includes corresponding Graph/Chart)101
    • Table 57: African Air Cargo Market (2008):Percentage Breakdown of Tonnage by Regions-Europe, Middle East, North America, Asia, Africa,and Latin America Aviation InfrastructureRelatively Better (includes correspondingGraph/Chart)102
  • Aviation Infrastructure Relatively Better102
  • B. Key Players102

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