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M&A Analysis and Research Report on Civil Aviation Transportation of China
Abstract:
M&A trend in China 's aviation industry

There are Byzantine regulations around China 's civil aviation industry. CAAC is supervisory body over this industry. Though the rule has been loosening a little bit, CAAC has put a firm handle on price setting, flight line distribution and plane purchasing along with other function towards aviation industry. As industry became open-ended, private sector even foreign capital will swarm in this arena. M&A in air transportation will continue. We sorted out number of characters as followed:

First, big airline companies take over small ones. The M&A is conducive to big company when cooling competition will help drive up market share, strengthen their control capacity over price and build up flight network nationwide through regional air companies. However, the difficulties faced big air group is looming large while enjoyed increased profit and expanding flight network. Therefore, it's paramount to have effective integration after group enlargement. Shed employee, rearrangement of airline and consolidation over operating outlets should be done to highlight collaborative privileges.

Second, there is growing possibility of foreign capital entering into Chinese market. With regional and international competition got fierce, the dramatic change can be seen in competition of inland air companies in Hong Kong , Macao and Taiwan . More foreign capital will move in. The Agreement of Delegation over Flight Right between inland China and Hong Kong was signed in Sep. 2004. Weekly flight 70 and 98 prior to March 2005 was added in the route from Beijing and Shanghai to Hong Kong while return rate will plummet as air company in Hong Kong become eligible for more flight into inland China. We ha ve identified that the competition between China 's air companies and international ones is heated up within host of international flights. Most big air companies have increased their flights to meet great demand from international tourism and foreign trade though profitable position seems shakable by roller coaster in international business.

Third, private sector will intensify efforts to step in civil aviation industry. The 18% of stock participation by Junyao Group in 2002 over China Eastern Airlines Wuhan Co. heralds the era of private capital in aviation industry for the first time. In March 2006, Junyao Group and Okair put their names on agreement which means Junyao Group took stocks of the Okair. It will integrate Okair with flight routes, talents and planes of Pheonix Airline, former Eastern Express Airlines that has been engaging on self-building campaign. Junyao Group held stock of Okair indicates the first private take-over after putting into work. All these mean more roles being played by private sector towards domestic civil aviation and its reform. In other words, it will help break down monopoly and boost plural investment mechanism.

From current situation, We believed that there will be an unprecedented opportunity offered in air transportation. China will further lower threshold for entering into this market which is good news for investors from overseas, Hong Kong and Taiwan , and domestic firms as well. The major character of integration is that number of companies takes over small ones as to stir up corporate performance to stand still in ferocious competition.

Content:

Chapter 1 Profile on study
Section 1 Background for study 
Section 2 Study contents
Section 3 Study methodology
Section 4 Study team 
Section 5 Study conclusion 
Chapter 2 The Status Quo of Civil Aviation Industry worldwide
Section1 the Development of civil aviation industry worldwide
Section2 the Demand and supply pattern of civil aviation industry worldwide
1. Civil aviation market worldwide
1.1 Europe 
1.2 North America
1.3 Japan
2. Current situation in civil aviation industry worldwide
2.1 The Situation in civil aviation industry in Europe between 2006 and 2007
2.2 The Situation in civil aviation industry in North America between 2006 and 2007
2.3 The Situation in civil aviation industry in Asia-Pacific Region between 2006 and 2007
3.  The Prospect of demand and supply of civil aviation worldwide between 2007 and 2010
Chapter 3 The Status Quo of China¡¯s Civil Aviation Industry 
Section 1 the Development of China¡¯s civil aviation industry
1. The Status quo of China¡¯s civil aviation industry
2. The Character of development in China¡¯s civil aviation industry
3. The trend of China¡¯s civil aviation industry
Section 2 the demand and supply of China¡¯s civil aviation industry
1.  The market demand and supply in China¡¯s civil aviation industry
2.  The handling capacity of China¡¯s civil aviation transportation between 2006 and 2007
2.1 The analysis of air freight
2.2 The analysis of passenger handling capacity
3.  The prospect of demand and supply in China¡¯s civil aviation industry between 2007and 2010
3.1 The analysis of air freight
3.2 The analysis of passenger handling capacity
Chapter 4 The China¡¯s Civil Aviation Transportation in Categories
Section 1 Air passenger market
1. The Development of air passenger market
2. The competition in air passenger market
3. The trend in air passenger market
Section 2 the Air freight market
1. The Development of air freight market
2. The competition in air freight market
3. The trend in air freight market
Chapter 5 The Regional development in China¡¯s Aviation Industry
Section 1 Eastern China
1. The Demand and supply scale between 2007 and 2010
2. The development character and industrial pattern in regional civil aviation market
3. The major player in regional civil aviation market
4. The M&A trend and feasibility in regional civil aviation market
Section 2 Northern China
1. The Demand and supply scale between 2007 and 2010
2. The development character and industrial pattern in regional civil aviation market
3. The major player in regional civil aviation market
4. The M&A trend and feasibility in regional civil aviation market
Section 3 Southern China
1. The Demand and supply scale between 2007 and 2010
2. The development character and industrial pattern in regional civil aviation market
3. The major player in regional civil aviation market
4. The M&A trend and feasibility in regional civil aviation market
Section 4 Central China
1. The Demand and supply scale between 2007 and 2010
2. The development character and industrial pattern in regional civil aviation market
3. The major player in regional civil aviation market
4. The M&A trend and feasibility in regional civil aviation market
Section 5 Southwestern China
1. The Demand and supply scale between 2007 and 2010
2. The development character and industrial pattern in regional civil aviation market
3. The major player in regional civil aviation market
4. The M&A trend and feasibility in regional civil aviation market
Section 6 Northwestern China
1. The Demand and supply scale between 2007 and 2010
2. The development character and industrial pattern in regional civil aviation market
3. The major player in regional civil aviation market
4. The M&A trend and feasibility in regional civil aviation market
Section 7 Northeastern China
1. The Demand and supply scale between 2007 and 2010
2. The development character and industrial pattern in regional civil aviation market
3. The major player in regional civil aviation market
4. The M&A trend and feasibility in regional civil aviation market
Chapter 6 The Investment Policy Environment in China¡¯s Civil Aviation Industry
Section 1 the Impact of macro-economic policy upon civil aviation industry
Section 2 Industrial policy upon civil aviation industry
Section 3 Access mechanism for civil aviation industry
Section 4 Reform of airport and aviation management 
Chapter 7 Major factor Exerting Influence on Civil Aviation Industry
Section 1 the Competition in civil aviation industry
Section 2 the trend of air-fuel
Section 3 the Alternatives for air transportation 
1. Road
2. Rail road
3. Water transportation
Section 4 the Existing problem in China¡¯s civil aviation industry
Chapter 8 The Status Quo of M&A in China¡¯s Civil Aviation Industry
Section 1 The Background for M&A in China¡¯s Civil Aviation Industry
Section 2 The Current M&A in China¡¯s Civil Aviation Industry
Section 3 The Case study for China¡¯s Civil Aviation Industry
Section 4 The M&A trend in China¡¯s Civil Aviation Industry
Chapter 9 The Stumbling stone in M&A of China¡¯s Civil Aviation Industry
Section 1 Policy
Section 2 Capital
Section 3 Flight routes
Section 4 Technology
Chapter 10 The Case Study of Foreign Civil Aviation Companies
Section 1 India's Jet Airways purchasing Air Sahara
1. The Background and value of M&A
2. The procedure of M&A and solution 
3. Strategic development for post M&A phase
Section2 Deutsche Lufthansa AG purchasing Swissair Airline 
1. The Background and value of M&A
2. The procedure of M&A and solution 
3. Strategic development for post M&A phase
Section 3 Air France integrated with KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
1. The Background and value of M&A
2. The procedure of M&A and solution
3. Strategic development for post M&A phase
Section 4 American Airlines purchasing Trans World Airlines
1. The Background and value of M&A
2. The procedure of M&A and solution
3. Strategic development for post M&A phase
Chapter 11 The trend of M&A by Companies from overseas and Hong Kong and Taiwan over
 China¡¯s Counterparts
Section 1 the Development of Foreign Air Companies in China 
1. The Performance on foreign air companies in China
2. The business model of foreign air companies in China
3. The impact of foreign air companies towards Chinese civil aviation market
Section 2 the M&A of Continental Airlines in China
1. Investment of Continental Airlines in China
2. Core competitiveness 
3. M&A trend of Continental Airlines
Section 3 the M&A of Cathay Pacific Airways in China
1. Investment of Cathay Pacific Airways in China
2. Core competitiveness
3. M&A trend of Cathay Pacific Airways
Section 4 the M&A of Singapore Airlines in China
1. The M&A of Singapore Airlines in China
2. Core competitiveness
3. M&A trend of Singapore Airlines
Section 5 the M&A of Northwest Airlines in China
1. The M&A of Northwest Airlines in China
2. Core competitiveness
3. M&A trend of  Northwest Airlines 
Section 6 the M&A of Korean Air in China
1. The M&A of Korean Air in China
2. Core competitiveness
3. M&A trend of Northwest Airlines 
Section 7 the M&A of Asiana Airlines in China
1. The M&A of Asiana Airlines in China
2. Core competitiveness
3. M&A trend of Asiana Airlines 
Section 8 the M&A of ANA SKY WEB in China
1. The M&A of ANA SKY WEB in China
2. Core competitiveness
3. M&A trend of Asiana Airlines 
Section 9 the M&A of Swissair Airline in China
1. The M&A of ANA SKY WEB in China
2. Core competitiveness
3. M&A trend of Asiana Airlines 
Chapter 12 The Case Study of Domestic Civil Aviation Companies
Section 1 China South Airlines purchasing Guangxi Airlines Ltd
1. Background and value for M&A
2. M&A procedure and solution 
3. Strategic development of post M&A phase
Section 2 Air China¡¯s participation to Shandong Air
1. Background and value for M&A
2. M&A procedure and solution
3. Strategic development of post M&A phase
Section 3 Hainan Airlines¡¯ participation to SCAL Airlines
1. Background and value for M&A
2. M&A procedure and solution
3. Strategic development of post M&A phase
Section 4 China Eastern Airlines purchasing Wuhan Airlines
1. Background and value for M&A
2. M&A procedure and solution
3. Strategic development of post M&A phase
Section 5 China Eastern Airlines purchasing Northwest Airlines
1. Background and value for M&A
2. M&A procedure and solution
3. Strategic development of post M&A phase
Section 6 China Eastern Airlines purchasing Southwest Airlines
1. Background and value for M&A
2. M&A procedure and solution
3. Strategic development of post M&A phase
Section 7 China South Airlines purchasing CJ/CBJ 
1. Background and value for M&A
2. M&A procedure and solution
3. Strategic development of post M&A phase
Section 8 China South Airlines purchasing Xinjiang Airlines
1. Background and value for M&A
2. M&A procedure and solution
3. Strategic development of post M&A phase
Chapter 13 The Major Player in China¡¯s Civil Aviation Companies
Section 1 Airchina
1. Corporate performance
2. Freight network
3. Core competitiveness
4. Corporate strategic development
5. M&A trend and feasibility 
Section 2 China Eastern Airlines
1. Corporate performance
2. Freight network
3. Core competitiveness
4. Corporate strategic development
5. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 3 China South Airlines
1. Corporate performance
2. Freight network
3. Core competitiveness
4. Corporate strategic development
5. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 4 Hainan Airlines 
1. Corporate performance
2. Freight network
3. Core competitiveness
4. Corporate strategic development
5. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 5 Southwest Airlines
1. Corporate performance
2. Freight network
3. Core competitiveness
4. Corporate strategic development
5. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 6 China Xinhua Airlines
1. Corporate performance
2. Freight network
3. Core competitiveness
4. Corporate strategic development
5. M&A trend and feasibility
Section 7 SCAL Airlines
1. Corporate performance
2. Freight network
3. Core competitiveness
4. Corporate strategic development
5. M&A trend and feasibility
Chapter 14 Analysis on Industrial Chain and M&A Possibility
Section 1 Industrial Chain in China¡¯s Civil Aviation 
Section 2 Possibility of M&A in China¡¯s Civil Aviation
Chapter 15 Possibility of M&A among Different Scale of Companies
Section1 M&A in big air companies
1. China South Airlines
1.1 Corporate strategic development
1.2 The Bottleneck in development
1.3 M&A possibility
2. China Eastern Airlines
2.1 Corporate strategic development
2.2 The Bottleneck in development
2.3 M&A possibility
3. Hainan Airlines
3.1 Corporate strategic development
3.2 The Bottleneck in development
3.3 M&A possibility
4. China United Airlines
4.1 Corporate strategic development
4.2 The Bottleneck in development
4.3 M&A possibility
5. Xinhua Airlines
5.1 Corporate strategic development
5.2 The Bottleneck in development
5.3 M&A possibility
Section 2 M&A possibility among medium and small companies
1. Air-Spring
1.1 M&A feasibility
1.2 Value of M&A 
2. Aokai Airlines
2.1 M&A feasibility
2.2 Value of M&A
3. "Dongxing", or East Star Airlines
3.1 M&A feasibility
3.2 Value of M&A
4. Shanghai Jixiang Airlines
4.1 M&A feasibility
4.2 Value of M&A
5. UE Air
5.1 M&A feasibility
5.2 Value of M&A
6. Shenzhen East Pacific Airlines Co.,Ltd.
6.1 M&A feasibility
6.2 Value of M&A
7. China Express
7.1 M&A feasibility
7.2 Value of M&A
8. Shanghai Greatwall Airlines
8.1 M&A feasibility
8.2 Value of M&A
9. Shanghai Aviation International Freight Co., Ltd.
9.1 M&A feasibility
9.2 Value of M&A
Chapter 16 Risk of M&A in China¡¯s Civil Aviation Industry
Section 1 Policy risk
Section 2 Integration risk
1. Strategic integration risk
2. Business integration risk
3. Airline integration risk 
4. Maintenance integration risk
5. Systemic integration risk
Section 3 Finance-seeking risk
Section 4 Management risk
Chapter 17 Recommendation of `M&A in China¡¯s Civil Aviation Industry

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