Airports in South-East and East Asia 2016
Capital Investment Programmes
The countries covered in this report from Brooks Market Intelligence form a large part of the Asia-Pacific region, which retains its position as the world’s biggest aviation market, having earlier overtaken that in North America. Its share of world air traffic in 2014 stood at 33 percent by passenger journeys and 42 percent when measured by revenue passenger-km. Airport passenger traffic grew by 5.9 percent in 2014 to 2.48 billion, with cargo handled rising 5.7 percent to 46.3 million tonnes. There were positive indications of further growth in 2015. Relations between China and Taiwan continue to improve and a proposed single ‘open-sky’ aviation market in the ASEAN region together with increasing economic activity should further boost development of air traffic. In response, Civil aviation and airport authorities are making major investments aimed at enhancing their air transport infrastructure, generating significant opportunities for the sector’s suppliers. This fully updated and expanded 2016 report summarises capital investment programmes and plans at 105 principal airports in 14 countries, from Myanmar in the west, Malaysia and Indonesia in the south and Korea and Japan in the east*. The report outlines the current status at each location and provides details of major development programmes, with project cost data and timescales where available. Key contacts and website addresses for additional research are also included. Specially commissioned and compiled by an independent analyst, the report is aimed at a wide range of companies seeking to provide airport services, technology and equipment. The data contained in the report generally reflects the status of developments in mid/late-2015. * Airport developments in China are covered by a separate report in this series.
- Summaries of recent air traffic development in South-East and East Asia
- Country overviews including key decision-making authorities
- Development plans covering 105 existing and planned new airports in 14 countries, including agencies responsible
- Project costs, timescales and outcomes
- Contact information