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- 1. Honeywell Releases 25th Annual Global Business Aviation Outlook
The business aviation industry continues to face a slow near-term pace of orders due to a slow-growth economic environment across many global markets along with many political uncertainties, according to the 25th annual Global Business Aviation Outlook from Honeywell. The Global Business Aviation Outlook forecasts up to 8,600 new business jet deliveries worth $255 billion from 2016
- 2. IATA Downgrades Airline Industry Outlook for 2011 to $8.6b
IATA Downgrades Airline Industry Outlook for 2011 to $8.6b. IATA has downgraded its airline industry outlook for 2011 to $8.6 billion from the $9.1 billion it estimated in December 2010. This is a 46% fall in net profits compared to the $16 billion (revised from $15.1 billion) earned by the industry in 2010. On expected industry revenues of $594 billion, the $8.6 billion 2011 profi
- 3. IATA Revises 2010 Industry Outlook
IATA Revises 2010 Industry Outlook. IATA has revised its 2010 industry outlook and is now projecting a profit of $8.9 billion (up from the $2.5 billion forecast in June). In its first look into 2011, IATA estimates that profitability will drop to $5.3 billion.
- 4. Honeywell’s 2014 Business Aviation Outlook
In its 23rd annual Business Aviation Outlook, Honeywell is forecasting up to 9,450 new business jet deliveries worth $280 billion from 2014 to 2024. The 2014 Honeywell outlook reflects an approximate 7 to 8% increase in projected delivery value over the 2013 forecast. Slightly higher unit deliveries are coupled with modest list price increases and the continued strong showing of la
- 5. Abu Dhabi to Host Middle East Aviation Outlook Summit
Abu Dhabi to Host Middle East Aviation Outlook Summit. Abu Dhabi has been selected as the host city for the 1st Middle East Aviation Outlook Summit, to be held at the prestigious Beach Rotana Hotel & Towers, Abu Dhabi on 27-28 February 2008. The summit, to be held annually, has been convened to address the growing influence of the Middle East on global aviation and tourism, and wil
- 6. Outlook Mixed for 2009 Corporate Travel Business in Hong Kong
Outlook Mixed for 2009 Corporate Travel Business in Hong Kong. HSMAI's Hong Kong / Macau Chapter has released the results of a short survey polling hotelier opinion on the outlook of their expectations for the upcoming corporate RFP season. Dr. David L. Jones Ph.D. Associate Professor, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, presented the results during a breakfast webinar and discussion
- 7. IATA Revises Global Aviation Outlook
IATA Revises Global Aviation Outlook. IATA has revised its outlook for the global air transport industry with losses of US$4.7 billion in 2009. This is significantly worse than IATA’s December forecast for a US$2.5 billion loss in 2009, reflecting the rapid deterioration of the global economic conditions.
- 8. Impressive line-up of CEO-level guests to attend Aviation Outlook Summit/CAPA Awards in Singapor
Impressive line-up of CEO-level guests to attend Aviation Outlook Summit/CAPA Awards in Singapore. An impressive line-up of CEOs has registered to attend the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation’s landmark Aviation Outlook Summit and CAPA Awards Gala Dinner reception in Singapore on 9/10 November. To date, 27 CEO-level guests have registered and overall delegate numbers are approaching
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