International Transport Forum Discussion Papers

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2223-439X (en ligne)
DOI : 
10.1787/2223439X
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ITF Discussion Papers make economic research, commissioned or carried out in-house at the International Transport Forum, available to researchers and practitioners. They describe preliminary results or research in progress by the author(s) and are published to stimulate discussion on a broad range of issues on which the ITF works.
 

Airports in the Aviation Value Chain

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Auteur(s):
Mike Tretheway1, Kate Markhvida1
Author Affiliations
  • 1: InterVISTAS Consulting Inc., Canada

28 mai 2013
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No:
2013/15
Pages :
31
DOI : 
10.1787/5k46bj4f2p26-en

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The global airline industry is slowly returning to profitability, but there is a long and difficult road ahead. According to IATA, the industry raised a profit of $8 billion in 20112 and it is forecasted to make a profit of $11 billion in 2013.3 However, these improved profit margins continue to be razor thin – in the best of times the airline industry earns only a modest 1-2% net profit margin on revenue. Volatile fuel prices, economic downturns, impacts of terrorism and natural disasters (hurricanes, volcanic ash, tsunamis), pandemics and government austerity measures are among the key factors that will continue to affect airline profitability...
 
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