Global Commercial Aviation Cabin Interiors Market Assessment

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The major segments covered in the research study are , lighting systems, passenger seats, galley equipment, and lavatories. The research study discusses requirements of end users across various regions and provides a market forecast. The research study further outlines strategic recommendations for suppliers in this market.

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Published: February 2012
No. of Pages: 151
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Drivers and Restraints
Growing demand for air transport, increasing the number of new aircraft orders
High fuel cost and environmental regulations, driving demand for lighter cabin interiors
Growing demand for cabin customisation for passenger comfort, increasing demand for new design interiors
Delays in new aircraft programme deliveries, reducing the number of new deliveries and demand for interiors
Economic uncertainty and market cyclicality, restraining airline investments
Vicious cycle of supplier production capacity limitations driven by and exacerbating Primes’ backlogs
Drivers Explained

Growing Demand for Air Transport, Increasing the Number of New Aircraft Orders
Growing demand for air transport increases the number of new aircraft orders; it is expected that the number of commercial aircraft will double in the next 20 years. This will result in significant growth in demand for aircraft cabin interior products, for both the forward fit and retrofit markets.
Impact – The impact of this driver is expected to be high during the entire forecast period, as unprecedented numbers of new aircraft deliveries will fuel the market.

High Fuel Cost and Environmental Regulations, Driving Demand for Lighter Cabin Interiors
High fuel prices are expected to persist throughout the forecast period. High fuel costs and new environmental fees are increasing the demand for lighter and space-saving interiors, to cut fuel consumption and carbon emissions per passenger. Airlines are changing interiors for lighter ones in attempts to realise operational cost and long term cost reductions.

Impact – The impact of this driver is expected to be medium in the short term, increasing to a high impact driver in the medium to long term.
Growing Demand for Cabin Customisation for Passenger Comfort, Increasing Demand for New Design Interiors
Growing demand for cabin customisation and increased passenger comfort is driving the retrofit market. Airlines are willing to pay significant amounts to change their aircrafts interiors for a customised appearance, and particularly to give their business and first class passengers additional comfort.

Impact – The impact of this driver is expected to be medium over all time frames, as the competition between airlines for passenger satisfaction and loyalty is a consistent element of the commercial aviation market.
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