Table of Contents
Is it Time for Renewed Growth?
This research describes the global market for aircraft cabin interiors. Supporting research data was collected from industry records for delivery of new aircraft; contracts for modifications; and contracts for maintenance, repair, and overhaul. Data was verified by conversations with industry participants. Market segmentation includes: cabin components, galleys, lavatories, seating, and services. Regionally, the market is split by North America; Europe; Asia-Pacific; the Middle East and Africa; and Latin America. The base year is 2012 and forecasts continue through 2020. The key question here asks if and how renewed growth will happen in the overall market and what implications growth has, specifically, within the modifications market.
•Acquisitions have significantly reduced the number of market participants in the last 10 years.
•Asia-Pacific, China, India, and the Middle East are the most significant growth areas for the cabin interiors market.
•The cost of modifications restricts the number of new modification contracts for airlines with limited profitability. This includes most North American and European airlines.
•New deliveries are at record levels and remain the key market sales area.
•The lack of significant economic growth in North America and Europe will limit their cabin interiors market growth.
•The European energy trading scheme and high fuel prices are placing a premium on solutions with lower weight. Weight has always been an important factor, but it is more important now.
•Aircraft manufacturers are trying to become suppliers and integrators of interiors. Their traditional role was generally limited to installing new aircraft interiors.
1. Three companies comprise X% of the market share.
2. Asia and the Middle East are the primary growth regions.
3. Seating is the largest portion of the market.
4. Regional aircraft interiors have few customer options.
5. Boeing’s recent cabin design “Boeing Sky Interior” is creating a major market impact.
Geographic coverage: Global
Study period: 2012–2020
Base year: 2012
Forecast period: 2013–2020
Monetary unit: US dollars
•This research covers X separate geographic regions: North America (NA); Latin America and Caribbean (LA); Europe, Middle East, and Africa (MEA); and the Asia-Pacific areas (APAC).
•The market segments are lavatories, galleys, seating, components, and services. In-flight entertainment equipment is separately researched. (See Frost & Sullivan research M86F-22).
•Segment revenues are subdivided into new aircraft installations; modifications; and maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO).
•All prices are identified in US dollars.
•Market share is based on the revenues provided by airlines or aircraft manufacturers. Comments are made to identify selected secondary suppliers.
•Negative values are denoted in parentheses, e.g., (X).
Key Questions This Study Will Answer
• Has consolidation reached a logical conclusion?
• Can the aircraft manufacturers expect to gain a greater market share of the interiors market?
• Will weight issues drive less functionality?
• Are economy galleys becoming just refreshment stations?
• Will production of more fuel-efficient aircraft eliminate most modification operations?
• Can partnership arrangements replace the interior integrators?
Get Industry Insights. Simply.
Talk to Veronica
+1 718 514 2762
“Geospatial analytics market projected to grow at a CAGR of 19.2%” The geospatial analytics market is projected to grow from USD 30.71 billion in 2016 to USD 73.91 billion by 2021, at a CAGR of 19.2%. ...
International Country Risk Guide is one of the world's best commercial sources of country risk analysis and ratings. Updated monthly, ICRG monitors 140 countries. Each 200-page issue provides financial, ...
Global Military Radar Market: Overview This market research study analyzes the military radar market on global basis and provides estimates in terms of revenue (USD million) from 2015 to 2024. It describes ...