Future of the Airline Industry 2035
湖北体彩11选五走势图 www.ata007.com The Future of the Airline Industry 2035 study commissioned by IATA’s Industry Affairs Committee aims to help airlines and other key aviation stakeholders anticipate the key risks and opportunities that their businesses could face between now and 2035.
Carried out by the School of International Futures, the study looks at how external forces—from geopolitics to technological innovation and environmental concerns—could shape aviation’s future.
Starting conversations today about the needs of tomorrow
A smarter regulation framework for aviation won’t happen overnight and this study will help us to start conversations today about what we will need in 10 and 20 years’ time.
The study is especially relevant to the following aviation stakeholders:
Airlines in planning for future technological, product and market development
Governments and regulators in their long-term infrastructure and regulatory planning
Airport operators in considering future capital expenditure
Civil aviation authorities (CAAs) and air navigation service providers (ANSPs) in contemplating future infrastructure design and development
Brave new world
The Future of the Airline Industry 2035 establishes 11 themes affecting air traffic demand: geopolitics, data, Africa and Asia-Pacific, government, security and borders, privacy and trust, business models, economy, values and communities, environment, and technology. These are explored in the context of four potential scenarios envisaging different outcomes for the world.
The study purposely makes these scenarios extreme and accepts that the more likely future will combine elements of all four. However, the exercise of pushing boundaries allows us to consider a wider perspective.
The study allowed us to consider a variety of implications for the industry and to set out the industry-level recommendations.