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Military Aircraft Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) Market Forecast 2014-2024

LONDON, August 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

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Competition in the MRO industry is increasing dramatically, as companies are hard pressed to make profits in a market ever more focused on performance and efficiencies. Aerospace technology is also getting so much more sophisticated, and MRO providers need to make increasingly larger investments in the equipment and skills required to service next-generation aerospace platforms and components.

The military aircraft MRO market exhibits robust and resilient market dynamics, which are tied to a greater extent to less volatile factors such as overall military aircraft fleet size, structure (the mix of aircraft types/classes operated) and flight hours. However, as nations retire old models and acquire new replacements (or even expand their overall numbers), and as security threat levels change with consequent effects on readiness requirements, MRO spending can be significantly affected.

In this context, visiongain's examination of the global military MRO spending reveals a market worth $48.27bn in 2014, and is facing a turbulent and complex but positive next 10 years that may well see quite a few MRO providers unable to keep up, and the more competent ones gaining a greater share of a growing market.

Why you should buy Military Aircraft Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) Market Forecast 2014-2024: Opportunities for Top Companies
How is the market for military aircraft MRO evolving? What is driving and restraining expenditure military aircraft MRO? What are the fleet structures, future procurement plans and evolving operational readiness requirements across the leading air power nations of the world? How are local aerospace and MRO industries transforming? How are new aerospace technologies and commercial/business practices driving change and impacting the MRO market?

Visiongain's comprehensive and detailed analysis contains key quantitative content delivering solid conclusions benefiting your analysis and illustrates new opportunities and potential revenue streams helping you to remain competitive. This definitive report will benefit your decision making and help to direct your future business strategy.

How this 309 page report delivers: 

• View military aircraft MRO market forecasts and analysis from 2014-2024 to keep your knowledge ahead of your competition and ensure you exploit key business opportunities - and avoid potential losses
- The report provides sales value projections of the market together with essential fleet structure and relative fleet size information, plus key information on the competitors, and the commercial drivers and restraints allowing you to more effectively compete in the market. In addition to market forecasts from 2014-2024, our new study shows current market data, market shares, assessment of technological, policy and process developments and revealing insight into shifts within the commercial landscape.

• Our report provides 288 tables, charts, and graphs
- This analysis will help you achieve quicker, easier understanding. You will also gain from our analysts' industry expertise, allowing you to demonstrate your authority on the military aircraft MRO market.

• View information on over 300 key contracts and programmes related to military aircraft MRO activities.
- Let our analysts present you with a thorough assessment of the current and future military aircraft MRO market prospects.

• Visiongain is one of the few business intelligence companies that provides full transcripts of primary research company interviews. Learn what industry thought leaders are thinking. Leaders hold critical information
- By reading the full transcripts of two exclusive expert opinion interviews contained in the report, you will gain an in-depth understanding of what is really happening in the industry. You will gain a thorough knowledge on the military aircraft MRO sector, finding strategic advantages for your work, learning how your organisation can benefit and allowing you to assess prospects for investments and sales. Interviews are included from:
- Jim Meir, Vice President Government Business Development, Greenwich AeroGroup
- Graham Grose, Director of the Aerospace & Defence Centre of Excellence at IFS

To see a report overview please email Sara Peerun on [email protected]

• Discover sales predictions for key end use submarkets from 2014-2024
- What are the essentials of the military aircraft MRO market's progress? How will the market expand? Which submarkets will generate the most revenue - and when? Use our forecasts and expert insight to grow your business and give you more industry influence. Find where you can gain and how your organisation can succeed. Avoid falling behind. Stay informed about the potential for each of these military aircraft MRO submarkets with individual forecasts and analysis from 2014-2024:
- Operational and Field Maintenance
- Heavy Airframe Maintenance
- Heavy Engine Maintenance
- Internal Component Maintenance
- External Component Maintenance

- Understand the prospects for the leading 20 national military aircraft MRO markets - where will the highest revenues and opportunities occur?
- Learn about the market spending on military aircraft MRO in developed and developing countries, from 2014 onwards. You will see where and how opportunities exist with revealing individual market forecasts and analysis from 2014-2024 for 20 leading national markets plus a separate 'rest of the world' region:
- US
- Russia
- China
- India
- Japan
- UK
- Israel
- France
- Saudi Arabia
- Pakistan
- South Korea
- Turkey
- Italy
- Germany
- Spain
- Taiwan
- Canada
- Australia
- UAE
- Singapore

• Find out about the market dynamics & opportunities in 20 leading countries
- Understand industry activity with data revealing where companies are earning their revenues, with what products and with which technologies.
- You will be able to examine detailed tables of over 300 significant regional contracts, projects & programmes.
- You will gain a clear picture of the demand volume for each class of military aircraft MRO activity, as well as of available spending budgets of countries concerned

• Identify which are the leading 20 companies in the military aircraft MRO market
- Our report reveals the technologies and companies which hold the greatest potential. In particular, exploring and analysing the activities of these companies:
See where the expected gains will be. View visiongain's assessment of the prospects for established competitors, rising companies, and new market entrants. Gain a thorough understanding of the competitive landscape with profiles of 20 leading military aircraft MRO companies examining their positioning, capabilities, product portfolios, services, focus and future outlook.
- Alenia Aermacchi SpA
- AMMROC
- BAE Systems
- Boeing Defense, Space and Security (BDS)
- Dassault Aviation
- DynCorp International
- EADS (formerly) / Airbus Defence and Space
- Embraer Defense and Security
- GE Aviation Overview
- Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL) Ltd
- Honeywell Aerospace
- L-3 Communications
- Lockheed Martin Corporation
- Northrop Grumman Corporation
- Pratt & Whitney
- Rolls Royce PLC (Defence Aerospace)
- RUAG Aviation
- Safran S.A
- ST Aerospace
- United Aircraft Corporation

Discover information found nowhere else in this independent assessment of the military aircraft MRO market
Military Aircraft Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) Market Forecast 2014-2024: Opportunities for Top Companies provides impartial military aircraft MRO analysis. With the independent business intelligence found only in our work, you will discover where the prospects are for profit. In particular, our new research provides you with key strategic advantages: Our informed forecasts, independent and objective analysis, exclusive interviews and revealing company profiles will provide you with that necessary edge, allowing you to gain ground over your competitors.

With this report you are less likely to fall behind in knowledge or miss crucial business opportunities. You will save time and receive recognition for your market insight. See how you this report could benefit and enhance your research, analysis, company presentations and ultimately your individual business decisions and your company's prospects.

To see a report overview please email Sara Peerun on [email protected]

What makes this report unique?
Visiongain's research methodology involves an exclusive blend of primary and secondary sources providing informed analysis. This methodology allows insight into the key drivers and restraints behind market dynamics and competitive developments. The report therefore presents an ideal balance of qualitative analysis combined with quantitative data including global, submarket and national markets forecasts from 2014-2024

Why choose visiongain business intelligence?
Visiongain's increasingly diverse sector coverage strengthens our research portfolio. The growing cross-sector convergence of key verticals and the interplay of game changing technologies across hitherto unrelated industries are creating new synergies, resulting in new business opportunities for you to leverage.

As such, visiongain's team of London based in-house analysts offer a wealth of knowledge and experience to inform your strategic business decisions. Let visiongain guide you.

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Visiongain's report is for anyone requiring analysis of the military aircraft MRO market. You will discover market forecasts, technological trends, predictions and expert opinion providing you with independent analysis derived from our extensive primary and secondary research. Only by purchasing this report will you receive this critical business intelligence revealing where revenue growth is likely and where the lucrative potential market prospects are. Don't miss this key opportunity to gain a competitive advantage.

Avoid falling behind your competitors, overlooking critical business opportunities or losing industry influence. In our new report you will discover forecasts from 2014-2024 at the global, submarket, and national level. The report also assesses technologies, competitive forces and expected product pipeline developments. Read on to discover the prospects for the military aircraft MRO and find out what its future market prospects are.

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Companies Listed in this Report 

AAR Airlift Group Inc.
Abu Dhabi Aircraft Technologies (ADAT)
Advanced Engineering Consultants
AECOM
AeroKool Corporation
AeroPrecision
AFI KLM
Air France
Airbus
Airbus Defence and Space
Airbus Group
Airbus Helicopters
Airbus Military
Aircelle
Al Raha Group for Technical Services
Alenia Aermacchi
Alenia North America
Alliant Techsystems Inc.
Alsalam Aircraft Company
AMI Industries, Inc.
AMMROC
Astrium
ATR
Avic International Holding Corporation
Avio Group
B/E Aerospace, Inc.
BAE Australia
BAE Detica
BAE Electronic Systems
BAE India
BAE Intelligence and Security
BAE Regional Aircraft
BAE Saudi Arabia
BAE Shared Services
BAE Support Solutions
BAE Systems
BAE Systems - Land and Armament Systems
BAE Systems Aerospace
BAE Systems Maritime - Naval Ships
Battlespace Flight Services LCC
Beechcraft Defense Co.
Bell Boeing Joint Project Office Bell-Boeing Joint Program
Berry Aviation Inc.
Boeing Capital Corporation
Boeing Commercial Airplanes
Boeing Corporation
Boeing Defence Australia
Boeing Defense, Space and Security
Boeing Global Support and Services (GS&S)
Bombardier
Brammer
Carrier
CASA
Cassidian
Cassidian Spain
Cessna Aircraft Co.
Chengdu Aircraft Industry Corporation
Chromalloy
CSC Applied Technologies
DAC International
Dassault Aviation
Dassault Group
De Havilland Aircraft Company Limited
Defense Support Services LLC
DRS C3 & Aviation Co.
DRS Technologies
DutchAero Services
DynCorp International
EADS
EADS North America
EDO Corp.
Embraer Defense and Security
Embraer SA
Eurocopter
Eurofighter GmbH
Evergreen Helicopters
Finmeccanica
First Support Services Inc.
Flybe
Fokker Services
Fokker Services
GE - CFM International
GE - Walter Engines
GE Aviation
GE Aviation Systems
GE Engine Alliance
GE Honda
GE International
General Atomics - Systems Integration
General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems (GDAIS)
General Dynamics Armament and Technical Products
General Dynamics UK.
General Electric
General Electric Aircraft Engines
General Electric Aviation
General Electric Co.
General PAE Applied Technologies
Goodrich Corporation
Graybar Electric Co.
Greenwich AeroGroup
Gulfstream Aerospace Corp.
Hamilton Sundstrand
Hawker Beechcraft Defense Company
HEICO Aerospace
Herakles
Hindustan Aeronautical Limited (HAL)
Hispano-Suiza
Honeywell Aerospace
Honeywell International Greer Engine Services
Honeywell International Inc.
IFS
IHI
Interconnect Wiring
Irkut Corporation
Irkut Corporation
Israeli Aerospace Industries (IAI)
Kawasaki
Kay and Associates Inc.
King Aerospace Inc.
Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI)
L-3 Communications Corp.
L-3 Communications Systems Field Support
L-3 Communications Vertex Aerospace
L-3 Communications, Link Simulation and Training
L-3 Component Maintenance Repair & Overhaul (L-3 CMRO)
L-3 Integrated Systems
L-3 MAS Canada
Labinal
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co.
Lockheed Martin Australia
Lockheed Martin Canada
Lockheed Martin Corporation
Lockheed Martin Electronic Systems
Lockheed Martin Global Training & Logistics
Lockheed Martin Information Systems & Global Solutions
Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems
Lockheed Martin Lake Charles Maintenance and Modification Centre (LCMMC),
Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control
Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Sensors (MS2)
Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Training (formerly Global Training and Logistics)
Lockheed Martin Space Systems
Lockheed Martin UK
Lufthansa
M1 Support Services
M7 Aerospace
Marshall Aerospace
Martin Baker Aircraft Co.
Marvin Engineering Co.
MBDA
Mecanex USA Inc
Meggitt Aircraft Braking Systems
Messier-Bugatti-Dowty
Miro Technologies
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Mohawearean Aviation Services Company
Moog Inc.
Morpho
MTU Aero Engine
Mubadala Aerospace
NASCO Aircraft Brake Inc.
Nordam Group, Inc.
Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems
Northrop Grumman Information Systems
Northrop Grumman Space & Mission Systems Corp.
Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation
Northrop Grumman Technical Services Inc.
OGMA
Otis
PAE Government Services Inc.
Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC)
PKL Services Inc.
Pratt & Whitney
Pratt & Whitney Aftermarket Services Inc
Pratt & Whitney Military Engines
Precision Aerospace Corp.
Professional Aviation Associates
Raytheon Co.
Robertson Fuel Systems
Rockwell Collins Inc.
Rolls Royce PLC
Rolls Royce PLC (Defence Aerospace)
Rolls-Royce Corp.
Rolls-Royce Defense Services Inc.
Rolls-Royce Engine Services
Rosoboronexport
RUAG AG
RUAG Ammotec
RUAG Aviation
RUAG Defence
RUAG Space
RUAG Technology
Russian Aircraft Corporation MiG (RAC MiG)
S&K Aerospace
Saab AB
Sabena Technics
Safran SA
Salut
Sandi Corporation
Saudi Arabian Airlines
Science Applications International Corp (SAIC)
Shanghai Technologies Aerospace (STARCO)
Shenyang Aircraft Corporation (SAC)
Sierra Nevada Corp.
Sikorsky Aerospace Maintenance
Sikorsky Aerospace Services
Sikorsky Aircraft Corp.
Sikorsky Support Services Inc.
Snap-On
Snecma
Southeast Aerospace Inc.
SRI International
ST Aerospace
ST Electronics
ST Engineering
ST Kinetics
ST Marine
StandardAero
Sukhoi
Summit Aviation
SuperJet International
SupplyCore, Inc.
Techspace Aero
Thales
The Boeing Co.
The Boeing Co., Defense and Space Group
TIMCO
Triumph Gear System, Inc.
Tupolev
Turbomeca
Turbopower LLC, Rolls-Royce Engine Services, StandardAero
Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI)
Turkish Technic
Twigg Corp.
Tyonek Services Corp.
UAC-Antonov
UAC-TA
United Aircraft Corporation (UAC)
United Technologies Corporation (UTC)
Universal Sodexho
URS Federal Support Services Inc.
UTC fire and Security
Vector Aerospace
Vision Systems International
Western Aircraft
Woodward HRT
XTRA Aerospace
Y-Tech Services Inc.

Government Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report
Afghan National Army Special Operational Forces
Australian Department of Defence
Aviation Week
Dutch Ministry of Defence
Egyptian Air Force
European Union (EU)
French Air Force
French Defence Ministry SIMMAD
French Navy
German Air Force (Luftwaffe)
Government of the Republic of Korea
Indian Air Force
Indian Ministry of Defence
Indian Navy
International Security Assistance Force (ISAF)
Iraqi Air Force
Islamic State
Israeli Air Force
Italian Air Force (IAF)
Japanese Air Self Defence Force
NATO
Norwegian Air Force
Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC)
Pakistan Air Force (PAF)
People's Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF)
Polish Air Force
Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF)
Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF)
Royal Air Force (RAF)
Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF)
Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF)
Royal Netherlands Air Force
Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF)
Russian Air Force
Spanish Air Force
Structure Intégrée de maintien en condition opérationnelle des matériels aéronautiques de la défense (SIMMAD) (Integrated structure for operational maintenance of aeronautical defense products, France)
Swiss Air Force
Turkish Air Force
Turkish Ministry of Defence
United Nations (UN)
US 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment - Fort Campbell, Kentucky
US Air Combat Command (ACC)
US Air Force
US Air Force Materiel Command
US Air National Guard
US Army
US Army Central Command
US Army Special Operations Command (USASOAC)
US Coast Guard
US Defence Operations Center
US Department of Defence
US Energy Information Administration
US Marine Corps
US Naval Test Wing Atlantic
US Navy
US Robins Air Force Base (AFB), Georgia

To see a report overview please email Sara Peerun on [email protected]

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