Published on : Sep 05, 2017
Albany, New York, September 5, 2017: The U.K. airlines sector continues to remain stable, but ambiguities over post-Brexit agreements remain top concerns for stakeholders. A new research study added to the vast repository of Market Research Hub (MRH), titled, “U.K. - Airlines - August 2017” offers insightful analysis on the key factors at play in this sector.
After Brexit, several British-owned airlines can lose their membership of the European Common Aviation Area (ECAA). This could severely impact the U.K. airlines sector, as hundreds of thousands of jobs are linked to the UK-EU travel. The report further briefs readers about the far-reaching impact when Britain will not be a member of EU-US “Open Skies” agreement. The hopes of the UK airlines sector are pinned on fruitful discussions between EU and Britain. If the UK is able to strike a bilateral agreement with the EU, it can augur well for the prospects of the airlines sector.
The report offers comprehensive analysis on the domestic traveller uplift in the U.K. including total international and domestic passengers uplifted from U.K. airports. An analysis on the type of flights taken between June 2016 and June 2017 is offered to the readers. The report also offers key analysis on the battle between low-cost carriers and full-service carriers.
Recently, German carrier Air Berlin filed for administration after major backer Etihad refused to fund the loss-making venture.
The UK airlines sector is also likely to be impacted by the falling pound. However, the weakening of the pound is most likely to impact international carriers, as more people prefer to spend their holidays and vacations within the United Kingdom. The report also offers opinion and insights on how premium economy is becoming sought-after due to its value-for-money perception vis-à-vis business class.
Moreover, the report also offers forecast and analysis on the classes flown, with key insights on which travel segments paid for ancillaries. According to the report, nearly one-fourth long-haul passengers pay for extras. Revenue generated through ancillaries can build up to be a lucrative revenue stream for the airline sector.
The use of digital technologies is growing in the U.K. airline sector. To create differentiation and consumer loyalty, airlines are focusing on adopting digital technology across different channels. From initial confirmation of ticket booking to luggage information and gate number, airlines are trying to connect with consumers at multiple touch points.
The report also offers market size and forecast on the U.K. airlines sector, along with launch activity and innovation. Insightful brand research is also offered to the clients, with key companies profiled in the study. Some of the key companies profiled in brand research include British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Charter Airlines, Thomson Airways, and Thomas Cook. Readers are also offered insights on flight behavior and attitudes towards flight services. Overall, the report offers comprehensive study on the UK airlines sector, offering the key trends and factors that can play a crucial role in the future direction of this market.
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