Aviation Cloud Market

Aviation Cloud Companies - Amazon Web Services, Inc. (US) and Microsoft (US) are the Key Players

The market for Aviation Cloud is expected to grow rapidly, reaching USD 12.9 billion by 2029, from USD 6.1 billion in 2024, at a CAGR of 16.1%.

The aviation cloud computing market is propelled by various factors that emphasize efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and enhanced operational capabilities. A few factors include the need for improved data management capabilities in aviation. The push for real-time operations in the aviation industry requires robust, cloud-based systems that can manage real-time data flows essential for flight tracking, weather updates, and passenger processing.

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Major Aviation Cloud companies include:

  • Lufthansa Group (Germany)
  • Collins Aerospace (US)
  • Adobe (US)
  • Salesforce, Inc. (US)
  • Oracle (US)

Key players in the aviation cloud computing market are focusing on several strategic areas to enhance their offerings, remain competitive, and address the evolving needs of the aviation industry. The key players include Amazon Web Services, Inc. (US), Microsoft (US), GOOGLE (US), IBM (US), and Oracle (US), among others.

Amazon Web Services, Inc.

Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), a subsidiary of Amazon, offers cloud computing platforms and APIs to individuals, enterprises, and governmental entities. The company provides services such as networking, computing, storage, middleware, and IoT capabilities through a pay-as-you-go model. By utilizing AWS’s server farms, clients benefit from offloading the management, scalability, and patching of hardware and operating systems, focusing on core business objectives.

AWS provides cloud solutions to the travel and hospitality industry, serving airports and airlines. It helps airlines operate more efficiently in a variety of areas. Airports leverage the company’s services, industry-specific solutions, and technology expertise to improve experiences and operational efficiency. The company operates globally and has a presence in key markets, including the US, UK, Australia, China, France, Germany, India, Brazil, Canada, Ireland, Japan, South Korea, and Singapore. Its headquarters are located in Seattle, Washington, US.


Microsoft, a technology corporation, specializes in creating, licensing, and supporting a diverse range of software, devices, and associated services. The company operates within three primary business segments: Productivity and Business Processes, Intelligent Cloud, and More Personal Computing. The Productivity and Business Processes division covers products and services that enhance productivity, communication, and information utilization across various platforms and devices. Microsoft’s product lineup includes operating systems, server applications, versatile productivity apps, video games, management tools for servers and desktops, business solutions, and training for computer system integrators and developers. The Intelligent Cloud segment offers both public and private server products as well as cloud services that empower modern businesses.

Within the Intelligent Cloud segment, the company offers Microsoft Azure. Microsoft Azure provides cloud-based support and consulting services, offering a comprehensive cloud computing solution used globally. Ideal for app development, testing, deployment, and management, it leverages Microsoft-managed data centers and encompasses software-as-a-service (SaaS), platform-as-a-service (PaaS), and infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) offerings. The company serves multiple industry sectors, encompassing aviation, finance, insurance, manufacturing, retail, media, public sector, healthcare, and IT and telecommunications. In the aviation sector, the company offers Azure Cache for Redis, Azure Functions, and Azure Stream Analytics, providing support to airlines, airports, OEMs, and MROs.

The company operates worldwide and expands through its subsidiaries, such as Microsoft Ireland Research, Microsoft International BV, Microsoft Korea, Inc., Microsoft (China) Company Limited, Microsoft UKP Limited, and Microsoft India Private Limited. As of June 2023, the company employed approximately 221,000 people.


Google specializes in Internet-related services and products. In 2015, Alphabet became its parent company. With a primary focus on web-based search engines, desktop and mobile operating systems, advertising tools, and enterprise solutions, Google also offers diversified cloud services globally.

Google’s cloud services, powered by its Google Cloud Platform (GCP), include compute, storage, database, data analytics, AI, ML, networking, and developer tools. Core products within GCP include Google Compute Engine, Google Cloud Storage, Google App Engine, and Google Container Engine. Additionally, Google provides cloud products like G Suite, Google Maps Platform, Cloud Identity, and Android Enterprise.

Google operates through a global network of service providers, distributors, and cloud resellers. The company caters to various industry verticals, such as retail, consumer-packed goods, financial services, healthcare and life sciences, media and entertainment, telecom, gaming, manufacturing, supply chain and logistics, government, aviation, and education. In the aviation industry, Google Cloud services are essential for airlines and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), enabling them to leverage technologies for operational efficiency, maintenance, and analytics.


IBM is a multinational company specializing in hardware, software technologies, and consulting services tailored to the aviation industry. The company operates in four segments: Software, Infrastructure, Consulting, and Financing.

In the Software segment, IBM offers IBM Cloud solutions, including Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), and Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) models. These models feature cognitive solutions with AI capabilities for data and analytics. These services, available through public, private, and hybrid options, encompass computing, network, storage, management, security, and databases, providing on-demand access to computer resources hosted remotely.

As a global leader in cloud enterprise solutions, IBM serves various industry verticals, including automotive, aerospace and defense, healthcare, government, insurance, retail, telecommunications, and media and entertainment. IBM’s cloud computing solutions for aerospace and defense include IBM Cloud Virtual Server for VPC and IaaS and IBM Public Cloud PaaS offerings, which meet the industry’s specific needs and requirements. With a robust global presence in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Latin America, and Asia Pacific, IBM offers its cloud services to aviation clients worldwide.


Oracle is a leading provider of various technologies to the aviation industry, offering databases, applications, storage, and cloud services. With a global customer base exceeding 400,000, Oracle provides flexible IT deployment models, including on-premises, cloud-based, and hybrid solutions. Additionally, the company offers consulting, support, and education services to optimize customer product performance.

Oracle operates across four segments: Cloud Services and License Support, Cloud License and On-Premise License, Hardware, and Software. Oracle’s cloud offerings for the aviation sector include Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) and Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP.

In addition to aviation, Oracle serves various verticals such as automotive, financial services, healthcare, hospitality, public sector, retail, and utilities. The company maintains a strong presence in key geographic regions, including North America, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and Asia Pacific.

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