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Saudi Arabia Airport Privatization Opportunity Outlook 2022 report gives comprehensive insight on the privatization opportunity existing in the Saudi Arabia aviation sector. Report highlights the ongoing initiatives undertaken by the Saudi Arabia government to promote and attract foreign investments in civil aviation sector. The domestic and international passenger travel in Saudi Arabia is increasing by 10% CAGR in last six years with total travel expected to surpass 140 Million by 2022.

Saudi Arabia is currently in the middle of a new wave to airport construction, expansion and renovation of across the kingdom. The kingdom is planning to leverage its unique strategic location and its existing strengths to become a global transportation and global hub connecting three continents- Asia, Africa and Europe. While experiencing oil crisis for years, Saudi Arabia is planning to develop an economy independent of oil trade. The kingdom has made large revenues from oil commerce throughout the world. Different sections of commercial industries are emerging with great potential to conquer a larger market share in the country. One such industry to boost the kingdom’s economy is aviation industry. The government of Saudi Arabia is working to streamline and sophisticate the industry through infrastructure development, privatization initiatives and market liberalization. The concerned authorities are planning to expand and build more than 25 airports by 2022. Also, development programs are aiming to privatize all of the airports in the Saudi Arabia by the next 3-5 years.

A vigorous privatization process leading to private sector participation in all of the Kingdom’s airports has commenced with both Prince Mohammed Bin Abdulaziz Airport in Madinah (2011) and Terminal 5 at King Khaled International Airport in Riyadh (2016). These airports have been concessioner to the private sector. King Abdulaziz International Airport at Jeddah and King Fahd International Airport at Dammam are slated for privatization in late 2017. The remaining airports are expected to privatize in 2018-2022. In a direct move to attract more foreign investors and expertise, GACA recently announced that no obligation exists to have a local Saudi partner. For some airports, the limit for local investors has been capped over 25% leaving the rest of ample opportunities for investments.

Foreign companies will be allowed to invest in the privatization Saudi Arabia’s airports without the need for local partners and local investment will be capped to encourage the overseas investment. The choice has been left with the company itself to have a local investment partner. The regulatory authorities have capped the ownership of some of the airports to make sure the foreign investors have the majority of holdings. All of the qualifying international companies, operators and service providers can participate in the privatization process. The country’s domestic and international airports will be privatized and will be 'corporatized', or restructured to operate like a private company, in advance of the privatization process, while remaining will be state owned.

Saudi Arabia Airport Privatization Opportunity Outlook 2022 report highlights:
• Saudi Arabia Aviation Industry Overview
• Privatization in Saudi Arabia
• Investment & Expansion Opportunities for International Investors
• Civil Aviation Laws & Policies Framework
• Ongoing Privatization Projects
• Privatization Build - Operate–Transfer (BOT) Business Model
1. Saudi Arabia Aviation Industry Overview

2. Privatization in Saudi Arabia

3. Saudi Arabia Civil Aviation Regulatory Authority
3.1 General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA)
3.2 International Air Transport Association

4. Saudi Arabia: General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) Initiatives
4.1 GACA’s Role
4.2 Airport City
4.3 Privatization Strategy
4.4 Security, Safety & Air Transport
4.5 Watani Hub Program
4.6 Cargo Village at King Fahd International Airport
4.7 Airport Expansion Plans
4.8 Domestic Cap Fares

5. Saudi Arabia Airport Sector: Investment & Expansion Opportunities for International Investors

6. Saudi Arabia Civil Aviation Laws & Policies Framework
6.1 Privatization Methods and Regulations
6.1.1 Methods of Privatization
6.1.2 Rules for the privatization of public establishments and projects
6.2 Basic issues to be Deal with in the Privatization process
6.2.1 Regulatory framework for privatized sectors
6.2.2 Fees for providing services
6.3 Preparing and Restructuring the Sectors and Public Enterprises to be Privatized
6.3.1 Strategic partners
6.4 Criteria for Setting Priorities and Continued Implementation of the Privatization Program
6.4.1 Criteria for determining priorities in Selecting Enterprises to be Privatized
6.4.2 Continued in Implementation of Privatization Process

7. Saudi Arabia: Ongoing Privatization Projects
7.1 King Khalid International Airport Project, Riyadh
7.2 Prince Mohammad Bin Abdul Aziz International Airport Project, Medina

8. Saudi Arabia New Airport Projects
 8.1 King Abdul Aziz International Airport Project, Jeddah
 8.2 King Fahd International Airport Project, Dammam
 8.3 Abha Airport Project
 8.4 Taif International Project

9. Saudi Arabia Airport Privatization Build - Operate–Transfer (BOT) Business Model

10. Saudi Arabia Airport Privatization: PEST Analysis
10.1 Political Environment
10.2 Economic Environment
10.3 Social Environment
10.4 Technological Environment

11. Saudi Arabia Airport Privatization Sector Favorable Factors
11.1 Increasing Air Traffic
11.2 Government Support & Regulatory Framework
11.3 Strengthening Saudi Economy
11.4 Benefits to Saudi Tourism
11.5 Transition from Petrodollar

12. Saudi Arabia Airport Privatization Sector Challenges
12.1 Financial Problems on Domestic Routes
12.2 Airlines Withholding Capacity
12.3 Lack of Investment
 
13. Saudi Arabia Airport Privatization Sector Future Forecast

14. Competitive Landscape   

List of Figures
Figure 1-1: Divisions of Saudi Arabia Aviation Sector
Figure 1-2: Saudi Arabia - Number of Flights (‘000), 2014 & 2015
Figure 1-3: Saudi Arabia - Number of Passengers (Million), 2014 & 2015
Figure 1-4: Saudi Arabia - Cargo Movement Domestic & International (‘000 Tons), 2014 & 2015
Figure 2-1: Global - Airport Privatization Statistics, 2015
Figure 2-2: Saudi Arabia - Newly Constructed Domestic Airports
Figure 2-3: Saudi Arabia - Local & Foreign Investment Pattern
Figure 2-4: Saudi Arabia - Aviation Industry Trends
Figure 8-1: Saudi Arabia - King Abdul Aziz International Airport Passenger Capacity (Millions) , 2017, 2019 & 2035
Figure 9-1 : BOT Model
Figure 11-1: Saudi Arabia - Airport Privatization Sector Favorable Factors
Figure 11-2: Saudi Arabia - International & Domestic Travel (Million), 2014 & 2015
Figure 11-3: Saudi Arabia - Economic Developments, 2016
Figure 11-4: Saudi Arabia - Tourism Contribution to GDP, 2015
Figure 12-1: Saudi Arabia - Airport Privatization Sector Challenges
Figure 13-1: Saudi Arabia - Domestic Air Travel Passengers (Million), 2017-2022
Figure 13-2: Saudi Arabia - International Air Travel Passengers (Million), 2017-2022
Figure 13-3: Saudi Arabia - Total (Domestic & International) Air Travel Passengers (Million), 2017-2022
Figure 13-4: Saudi Arabia - Total (Domestic & International) Cargo Movement (‘000 Tons), 2017-2022   

List of Tables
Table 1-1: Air Traffic in Saudi Arabia, 2010-2014
Table 1-2: Air Traffic in Saudi Arabia (Flights, Passenger & Cargo), 2014 & 2015
Table 1-3: Saudi Arabia - Airport Traffic (Flights, Passengers & Cargo) by Airport (2015)
Table 1-4: Saudi Arabia - International, Domestic and General Aviation Air Traffic by Airport, 2014 & 2015
Table 1-5: Saudi Arabia - Domestic Passenger Travel by Airport, (in ‘000) 2014 & 2015
Table 1-6: Saudi Arabia - Cargo Traffic by Airport (in Tons), 2014 & 2015
Table 11-1: Saudi Arabia – Passenger Travel by Airport (Million), 2015
Table 11-2: Saudi Arabia - Yearly Economic Developments, 2015 & 2016
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