アジア太平洋地域のジェット機チャーターサービス市場 - 成長率、動向、予測（2019年～2024年）
Asia-Pacific Charter Jet Service Market - Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2019 - 2024)
|発行||Mordor Intelligence LLP||商品コード||635907|
|出版日||ページ情報||英文 101 Pages
|アジア太平洋地域のジェット機チャーターサービス市場 - 成長率、動向、予測（2019年～2024年） Asia-Pacific Charter Jet Service Market - Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2019 - 2024)|
|出版日: 2019年03月01日||ページ情報: 英文 101 Pages||
The market for charter jet services in Asia-Pacific is anticipated to achieve a CAGR of over 3% during the forecast period.
On-demand travel is growing in the region, along with membership schemes and charter packages, which has made the charter jet services market easier to access.
Limited Infrastructure and regulations are some of the factors challenging the market growth in the region.
However, the future is bright for private jet charter in the region, due to the rising number of millionaires and billionaires across Asia.
A charter flight is an unscheduled flight that is not part of a regular airline routing. Air charter is the business of renting an entire aircraft instead of individual aircraft seats. Charter users can be categorized into three types, corporate, private, and government. In Asia-Pacific, the primary need for business jet charter continues to be for corporate use.
The study includes country-wise fleet data, fleet by aircraft size, top charter routes, and analysis of the charter jet service market in major countries in the region.
In the past few years, preference for larger long-range jets has been the highest. This is primarily due to their flying capability, connecting Europe to Asia and Asia to the United States. From 2016-2018, about 84 new jets were added to the Asia-Pacific business jet charter market. Overall, the large-size category saw the greatest increase in fleets, by 16 aircraft, whereas, the mid-size category saw a net decrease in charter fleets, by four aircraft. About one-third of the existing charter fleets in Asia-Pacific comprises large jets. In 2017 and 2018, Dassault received several orders for its large Falcon 8X. Some of the other popular aircraft models are Challenger 605, G550, and BBJ, among others.
Currently, China dominates the air charter service market, followed by Australia and India. China is also expected to experience the highest growth during the forecast period, as the Chinese government plans to increase the number of airports from 220 to 260 by the end of 2020. Over the years, it has become easier to operate an aircraft in China than it was ten years ago, due to the gradual liberalization of airspace. China's fleet largely comprises large-cabin, long-range jets. The large, long-range and corporate airline categories account for nearly 4/5th of the total fleet.
The market is highly competitive and fragmented. Deer Jet, Club One Air, and Australian Corporate Jet Centres are some of the players with maximum fleet size. Charter service providers are increasing their fleet size to cater to the increasing demand for on-demand flights. Membership schemes and new packages are being introduced by service providers to increase their market shares in the region. The high potential of the market has also attracted several charter service providers based in the United States and Europe to expand their services across Asia.