The ASEAN tiger takes on the Chinese dragon:

Why aviation companies should fix their gaze on ASEAN growth despite China’s impenetrable smokescreen.

2017 marked the 50th anniversary of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). Economic development across this region has been rapid – especially in recent years – with aviation both reflecting and driving growth.
However, while the aviation industries of ASEAN nations are growing at almost unforeseen rates (most notably among the primary tier), the influence of neighbouring China has kept this region out of the headlines, and is starting to stifle continued expansion.

Our first of two industry papers on the ASEAN market looks at Chinese aviation growth in numbers and how Chinese aviation growth is obscuring ASEAN nations, moving on to address the key barriers to growth in ASEAN markets – including the pilot skills shortage – which factors such as regional, political and economic growth

Your free report includes;

  • 2022 is the year where china will likely overtake the US as the world’s largest aviation market
  • 128,500 are the total number of pilots required in China by 2037
  • Over 100 million people have joined the ASEAN workforce over the last 20-years
  • 6% annual GDP growth of Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam (the least developed) in 2016
  • 310 million: The total number of passengers predicted to travel via Indonesia alone by 2035 (up from 155 million in 2014 and contributing as much as $50 billion to GDP)

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The ASEAN tiger takes on the Chinese dragon
The ASEAN tiger takes on the Chinese dragon