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機內WiFi服務的全球市場

In-Flight Wi-Fi Services

出版商 Global Industry Analysts, Inc. 商品編碼 252337
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機內WiFi服務的全球市場 In-Flight Wi-Fi Services
出版日期: 2016年03月01日 內容資訊: 英文 239 Pages
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本報告提供機內WiFi服務的全球市場相關之WiFi服務的民航機數收益個別分析,還有美國,加拿大,日本,歐洲,亞太地區,中東以及其他之地區別分析,並網羅到2022年前的市場預測,主要業者簡介等資訊。

第1章 簡介,調查手法,產品定義

第2章 摘要整理

  • 產業概要與展望
    • 雲上網際網路的時代
    • IFE成為提高機內WiFi服務需求的強力基礎
    • 現在及新興IFE服務的概要
    • 行動人口的劇增及技術發展促進成長
    • 展望
    • 健全的民航機展望活化了IFC技術的需求
    • 飛機團的增加創造了長期性的市場機會
    • 旅客運輸容量和IFC
    • 企業行動-機內WiFi服務的商務案例
    • 休閒領域活化了IFC的成長
    • 智慧型手機利用的增加和「移動中的社群網路」促進市場擴大
    • 今後的市場課題
  • 競爭
    • 內網絡連接領域主要的企業
    • 主要提供互聯網服務商與主要的航空公司客戶
  • 關注的趨勢與課題
    • 高容量衛星-機內網絡連接的下一個階段
    • HTS衛星的時間軸
    • 以HTS衛星服務為目標的亞洲和中東航空公司
    • 機內WiFi-已經不是附屬性的服務
    • 備受歡迎的機內串流
    • 提供更快的機內服務來競爭的航空公司
    • 為改善機內WiFi的速度而關注技術升級的服務供應商
    • Gogo的2Ku技術
    • ARG-4-新突破
    • 競爭系統的成長關係到片斷化的擴大
    • 機內WiFi服務市場的動態收益模式
    • 價格遊戲
    • BYOD-新的高成本效率模式
    • 今後的自由WiFi服務的可能性
    • 致力成為總括服務供應商的服務供應商
    • 以自用噴射機領域為目標的WiFi企業
    • WiFi遠距飛機領域
    • IFE的OEM設備的輕量化
    • 雲端型服務的點閱存取-機內WiFi的新優點
    • 地理定位連鎖廣告-商機
  • 問題與課題
    • 機內WiFi的使用者數量低-潛力的證據
    • 堅持引進WiFi的幾個問題
    • 不透明的消費者接收法促使航空公司持保守態度
    • 複數的航空公司延遲引進機內WiFi服務
    • 認知度低-最大的門檻
    • 莫大的利用成本阻止廣泛引進
    • 機內行動的利用-法規障礙的對策
    • 搭乘中的行動使用風險抑制利用
    • 其他機內娛樂媒體是一大課題
    • 競爭技術顯示出的課題
  • 服務概要
  • 服務的引進
  • 最近的產業的活動
  • 主要全球營運
  • 全世界的市場展望

第3章 市場分析

  • 美國
  • 加拿大
  • 日本
  • 歐洲
  • 亞太地區
  • 中東
  • 其他地區

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目錄
Product Code: MCP-7659

This report analyzes the worldwide markets for In-Flight Wi-Fi Services in terms of number of Commercial Flights with Wi-Fi Services. The Global market is further analyzed in terms of revenues (US$ Million) from In-flight Wi-Fi Services on Commercial Airlines. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2015 through 2022. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are primarily based on public domain information including company URLs. The report profiles 65 companies including many key and niche players such as -

AeroMobile Communication
GoGo LLC
Global Eagle Entertainment Inc.
Honeywell International Inc.
Hughes Satellite Systems Corporation

Table of Contents

I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS

  • Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations
  • Disclaimers
  • Data Interpretation & Reporting Level
    • Quantitative Techniques & Analytics
  • Product Definitions And Scope of Study

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW & OUTLOOK

  • Entering an Era of Connectivity Above the Clouds
  • IFE forms a Strong Base for Increasing Demand for In-flight Wi-Fi Services
  • A Glimpse of Current/Emerging IFE Services
  • Surge in Mobile Population and Technology Advancements Spur Growth
  • Outlook
    • Satellite Connectivity Gathers Pace
    • Table 1: Available Technologies for in-flight Wi-Fi
    • US Stays Ahead in In-flight Internet Connectivity
    • Table 2: Global Connected Aircraft Market (2015-2022): Breakdown of Number of Connected Commercial Aircraft by Region (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Asia-Pacific to Drive Growth in In-Flight Wi-Fi Services Adoption
  • Healthy Commercial Aerospace Outlook Drives Demand for IFC Technologies
    • Table 3: Global Air Passenger Traffic (RPK) Growth (%) by Route Area: 2013 & 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 4: Global Air Passenger Traffic in Trillion Revenue Passenger Kilometers (RPKs): 2011 through 2034 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • Rise in Aircraft Fleet Drive Long-term Opportunities
    • Table 5: Global Aircraft Deliveries Estimates and Forecasts (2014 - 2020) (in Units) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 6: Demand for New Airplanes by Region (2015-2035) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • IFC in terms of ASMs
    • Table 7: Ranking of Airlines by Available Seat Miles (ASMs) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 8: Airlines offering Wi-Fi as a percentage of ASMs (2015) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • Enterprise Mobility - A Business Case for In-flight Wi-Fi Services
    • Enterprise Shift Towards All-IP Communications Bodes Well for In-flight Wi-Fi Services
    • Long-Haul Flight Business Travellers Drive Demand for Wi-Fi Services
    • In-flight Wi-Fi Popular on Business Routes
  • Leisure Segment to Drive IFC Growth
  • Rise in Smartphone Use and 'Social Networking on the Move' Drives Market Expansion
    • Table 9: Mobile Social Networking Market Worldwide (2015E): Active Social Accounts as Percentage of Population in Select Countries (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • Market Challenges Ahead

2. COMPETITION

  • Key Players in In-Flight Connectivity Space
    • Table 10: World Commercial Aerospace In-flight Wi-Fi Market (2015E): Percentage Share Breakdown of In-flight Wi-Fi by Company (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 11: World Commercial Aerospace In-flight Wi-Fi Market (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of FSS/ HTS In-flight Wi-Fi by Service Provider (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • Key Internet Service Providers & Major Airline Customers

3. MARKET TRENDS AND ISSUES

  • High Throughput Satellites - The Next Phase in In-flight Connectivity
  • HTS Satellites Timeline
  • Asia and Middle East Airlines Eye HTS Satellite Services
  • In-flight Wi-Fi - No Longer an Ancillary Service
  • In-Flight Streaming Grows in Popularity
  • Airlines Compete Over Offering Faster In-Flight Services
  • Service Providers Focus on Technology Upgrades to Improve In-flight Wi-Fi Speed
  • Gogo's 2Ku Technology - An Upcoming Attraction
  • ATG-4 - A New Breakthrough
  • Proliferation of Competing Systems Lead to Increased Fragmentation
  • Dynamic Revenue Models in the In-flight Wi-Fi Services Market
  • The Pricing Game
    • Table 12: In-flight Connectivity Pricing by Service Provider (2015)
    • Table 13: Average In-flight Connectivity Prices by Region (2015) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • BYOD - An Emerging Cost Effective Model
  • Viability for Free Wi-Fi Services in Future
  • Service Providers Focus on Becoming Whole Service Providers
  • Wi-Fi Players Eye the Private Jet Segment
  • Wi-Fi Moves to Long-Haul Aircraft Sector
  • IFE OEM move towards Lightweight Equipment
  • Access to Cloud-based Services - A New Benefit from In-Flight Wi-Fi
  • Location Based Advertising - A Revenue Opportunity

4. ISSUES AND CHALLENGES

  • Low Number of Users of In-flight Wi-Fi - Evidence of Potential
  • Several Issues Persist in Wi-Fi Adoption
  • Uncertainty over Consumer Acceptance puts Airlines in Defensive Mode
  • Delayed Adoption of In-Flight Wi-Fi Services in Various Airlines
  • Lack of Awareness - A Major Hurdle
  • Prohibitive Usage Costs Hinder Wider Adoption
  • In-flight Mobile Usage - Strife with Regulatory Obstacles
  • On-Board Mobile Usage Carries Risks, Impedes its Usage
  • Other In-flight Entertainment Media Pose Significant Challenges
  • Competing Technologies Pose Formidable Challenges

5. SERVICE OVERVIEW

  • Wi-Fi - An introduction
  • 802.11 Family of Wireless Standards: A Review
  • Evolution of the Wi-Fi Technology
  • Infrastructure Components in Wi-Fi Deployments
    • Wireless Access Points
    • Wireless LAN Controllers (WLAN Controllers)
    • Wireless Hotspot Gateways
    • Others
  • Definition
  • ATG (Air to Ground)
  • Satellite
    • Ku-band
    • Ka-band
  • In-flight Components Wi-Fi Components
  • A Brief Note on Evolution of In-flight Wi-Fi
  • KEY Parties in the Business Model
  • The Governing Variables in the In-flight Wi-Fi Services Business Model
    • Breakup of Infrastructure Cost by Cost Type
  • Variables in the Choice of an Airborne Broadband Service Provider
  • Key Drivers in the Final Choice
  • Myriad Applications of the In-flight Wi-Fi Services
    • Benefits
  • In-flight Wi-Fi Service Operators - Technology & Operations
  • GSM Picocell - Enabler to In-flight Mobile conversations
  • Wi-Fi Enhances Scope of VoIP
  • Technical Challenges of In-flight Mobile Usage

6. SERVICE INTRODUCTIONS

  • Air France Set to Roll Out Wi-Fi Capability on All its Long Haul Fleet by 2020
  • China Eastern Airlines Rolls Out In-Flight Wi-Fi Services on its Domestic Flights
  • Jet Airways to Offer In-Flight Wi-Fi Services
  • Swiss Airlines Set to Roll Out In-Flight Wi-Fi Services as well as Phone Calls on its Boeing 777-300ER Aircraft Platform
  • Air Berlin Launches 3G Based On-Board Connectivity Service
  • Qatar Airways to Provide Free Wi-Fi Connectivity on its Carrier Routes
  • China Eastern Airlines Debuts In-Flight Inter Connectivity
  • SITA OnAir Unveils New Application to Promote On-Board Wi-Fi Connectivity
  • Inmarsat Plc. Launches Third Global Xpress Satellite
  • WestJet Debuts WestJet Connect In-Flight Entertainment and Connectivity System
  • Major Chinese Airlines Secure Permits to Deliver On-Board Wi-Fi Connectivity
  • Vueling Introduces Satellite Based In-Flight Wi-Fi Broadband Connectivity
  • United Airlines Debuts On-Board Wi-Fi Connectivity to Regional Jets Aircrafts
  • Gogo Introduces Innovative '2Ku' In-Flight Wi-Fi Technology for Enhanced Connectivity Speeds
  • WestJet to Launch "WestJet Connect"
  • Delta Air Lines to Improve In-Flight Wi-Fi Service with Expanded Coverage and Higher Speed Connectivity
  • Virgin Atlantic Delivers High-Speed In-Flight Broadband Connectivity
  • American Airlines Upgrades Its Regional Jet Fleet with In-Flight Internet Connectivity
  • AirAsia Rolls Out In-Flight Wi-Fi Service on Few of its Flights
  • ANA to Expand In-Flight Wi-Fi to Multiple Aircrafts Plying Overseas Routes
  • Nok Air Introduces On-Board Connectivity Solution
  • Thai Airways Install Hardware on 13 Airbus Aircrafts
  • Etihad Airways Rolls Out In-Flight Internet and Mobile Connectivity on its Total Fleet of Boeing 777 Aircrafts
  • JAL Rolls out JAL SKY Wi-Fi In-Flight Internet Service on Domestic Flights Services across Japan
  • Iberia Introduces OnAir In-Flight Connectivity on all its Transatlantic Fights
  • SAUDIA Rolls Out Complimentary Wi-Fi Service Business Class and First Class Passengers across Select Routes
  • Inmarsat Introduces New Air-To-Ground and Satellite Network to Facilitate Delivery of In-Flight Broadband Connectivity in Europe
  • Air Canada Extends In-Flight Wi-Fi on All its North American Flight Routes
  • Lufthansa Rolls Out Lufthansa FlyNet to Facilitate In-Flight Connectivity
  • JetBlue Introduces Fly-Fi in-flight Wi-Fi Service
  • Transaero Expands In-Flight Wi-Fi and Mobile Connectivity Services to Other Aircrafts
  • Aer Lingus Extends In-Flight Roaming Services on its Long-Haul Flights
  • Garuda Indonesia Rolls Out In-Flight Wi-Fi Connectivity on All its Fleet of Boeing 777-300ER Aircrafts
  • KLM and Air France Unveil In-Flight Wi-Fi Services on all its Flights
  • PAL to Introduce In-Flight Internet and Mobile Services
  • United Airlines Introduces of In-Flight Wi-Fi Connectivity
  • AeroMexico to Deploy Gogo Vision In-Flight Wi-Fi and Entertainment Service
  • Gogo Unveils Innovative Technology to Facilitate In-Flight Communication and Connectivity
  • Southwest Airlines Debuts Continuous Gate-Gate Wi-Fi Connectivity

7. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY

  • SES and Gogo Ink Contract to Deliver In-Flight Connectivity over Latin America, North Atlantic and America
  • American Airlines Files Litigation against In-Flight Wi-Fi Service Provider Gogo Over Poor Connection Speeds
  • Singapore Airlines to Deploy Thales Avant In-Flight Entertainment Systems
  • ANA Teams Up with Panasonic
  • iPass Teams Up With Panasonic Avionics to Deliver In-Flight Internet Access
  • FAA Certifies Honeywell Aerospace's JetWave(tm) Use with Boeing 757
  • SEA and GEE Ink Agreement on Expanding Satellite Capacity (Europe)
  • ViaSat Inks Agreement with Boeing to Fix its On-Board Wi-Fi(r) Connectivity System on Boeings Commercial Aircrafts
  • Spring Airlines Deploys Kontron A320 Wi-Fi Cabin Distribution System
  • Inmarsat Teams Up with Deutsche Telekom to Introduce High Speed IFC
  • Gogo Secures FAA Certification for its 2Ku Satellite Connectivity Service
  • Virgin America Teams Up with ViaSat to Upgrade IFC
  • iPass Introduces New iPass Unlimited Service Package
  • NetFlix Teams Up with Virgin America to Deliver Complimentary Wi-Fi Access to Travellers
  • Beeline Uzbekistan Extends In-Flight Mobile Services to Several Airline Operators
  • Air France Partners with Orange to Deliver on-Board Wi-Fi Connectivity
  • NBN to Offer its Satellites for Facilitating In-Flight Connectivity
  • Verizon Extends Free Wi-Fi to JetBlue and Gogo Customers
  • Skymark Airlines Chooses Panasonic eXConnect to Deliver In-Flight Wi-Fi Connectivity
  • Panasonic Partners with Eutelsat to Deliver Advanced High-Performance On-Board Wi-Fi Connectivity
  • AirMedia Teams Up with China Telecom Satellite Communications
  • CAL Chooses Panasonic eX3 IFC System for Boeing 777-300ER Aircraft (China)
  • British Airways Inks Partnership with INMARSAT
  • Aeromexico Partners with Panasonic Avionics
  • Honeywell Inks MoU with HAITEC
  • EL AL Enters into a Contract with ViaSat
  • Aeromexico Extends Partnership with Gogo
  • Singapore Airlines Starts Offering AEROMOBILE In-Flight Mobile Connectivity
  • AirMedia Inks Strategic Alliance Agreement with HNA Xinhua
  • China Telecom and Global Eagle Partner Ink an Agreement
  • Kymeta Teams Up with Inmarsat to Develop Antennas
  • Gogo Expands its In-Flight Wi-Fi Services to Japan

8. FOCUS ON SELECT GLOBAL PLAYERS

  • In-Flight Communication Service Providers
  • AeroMobile Communication (UK)
  • Gogo LLC (US)
  • Global Eagle Entertainment Inc. (US)
  • Honeywell International, Inc. (US)
    • EMS Aviation (US)
  • Hughes Satellite Systems Corporation (US)
  • SITA OnAir (Switzerland)
  • Inmarsat Plc. (UK)
  • TriaGnoSys (Germany)
  • In-flight Communication Equipment Manufacturers
  • Astronics AeroSat Corporation (US)
  • ViaSat Inc. (US)
  • Panasonic Avionics (US)
  • Kymeta Corporation (US)
  • Thales Group (France)
  • ThinKom Solutions, Inc. (US)

9. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE

    • Table 14: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Commercial Flights with Wi-Fi Services by Geographic Region - US, Europe, Asia-Pacific (including Japan), Middle East and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed in Units for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 15: World 8-Year Perspective for Commercial Flights with Wi-Fi Services by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Units for US, Europe, Asia-Pacific (including Japan), Middle East and Rest of World Markets for Years 2016 and 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 16: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for In-flight Wi-Fi Services on Commercial Airlines Analyzed with Annual Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

III. MARKET

1. THE UNITED STATES

  • A. Market Analysis
    • Market Overview
    • Some Developments in US Inflight Wi-Fi Services Market....
    • Inflight Connectivity Creates Cord Cutting in the Sky
    • Inflight Connectivity - An Economic Puzzle
    • Ka Band - An Opportunity
    • Wireless In-Flight Entertainment Gains Traction
    • Competitive Scenario
    • Table 17: US Inflight Wi-Fi Services Market (2015): Total Fleet, Wi-Fi Equipped Planes and Service Providers by Airlines (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 18: US Inflight Wi-Fi Services Market (2015): Percentage of ASMs with Wi-Fi by Airlines (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 19: Leading Players in the US Inflight Connectivity Market: Percentage Breakdown of Market share for Gogo, Global Eagle, Thales/Live TV, and Panasonic (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Service Launches
    • Strategic Corporate Developments
    • Key Players
      • In-Flight Communication Service Providers
      • In Flight Communication Equipment Manufacturers
  • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 20: The US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for In-Flight Wi-Fi Services Analyzed with Number of Commercial Flights with Wi-Fi Services in Units for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

2. EUROPE

  • A. Market Analysis
    • Current & Future Analysis
    • Market Scenario
      • France
      • Germany
      • UK
    • Service Launches
    • Strategic Corporate Developments
    • Key Players
      • In-Flight Communication Service Providers
      • In Flight Communication Equipment Manufacturers
  • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 21: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for In-Flight Wi-Fi Services Analyzed with Number of Commercial Flights with Wi-Fi Services in Units for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

3. ASIA-PACIFIC

  • A. Market Analysis
    • Current & Future Analysis
    • Select Markets
      • Australia
      • In-Flight Wi-Fi Services Critical for Growth of Domestic Carriers
      • Thailand
      • Low Cost Airlines Come under the Umbrella of Inflight Connectivity
      • In-flight Wi-Fi in China
      • Japan
    • Service Launches
    • Strategic Corporate Developments
  • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 22: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for In-Flight Wi-Fi Services Analyzed with Number of Commercial Flights with Wi-Fi Services in Units for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

4. MIDDLE EAST

  • A. Market Analysis
    • Service Launches
    • Strategic Corporate Development
  • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 23: Middle East Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for In-Flight Wi-Fi Services Analyzed with Number of Commercial Flights with Wi-Fi Services in Units for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

5. REST OF WORLD

  • A. Market Analysis
    • Current & Future Analysis
    • Canada
      • Airlines Extend Internet Services to International Fleet
    • Brazil
    • Africa
    • Service Launches
    • Strategic Corporate Developments
  • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 24: Rest of World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for In-Flight Wi-Fi Services Analyzed with Number of Commercial Flights with Wi-Fi Services in Units for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

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