Dublin | November 8, 2019–The “Air Management System Market, Size, Share, Outlook and Growth Opportunities 2019-2025” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

This report presents key insights into global Air Management System markets and companies with emphasis on market size, growth factors, R&D investments, market shares and 2019 market dynamics.

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Recent market developments, deals including asset purchases, mergers, acquisitions, business expansions and others are included.

Scope of the Report

  • Market-by-market analysis and outlook, 2017-2025
  • Potential Air Management System growth opportunities and areas of focus
  • Key forecast drivers, challenges and their sensitivity
  • Air Management System Market trends, market attractiveness index
  • Outlook of Air Management System types, applications and regions
  • Competitive landscape including profiles, Business description, financial analysis
  • Air Management System Market News and Deals

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Traffic growth in the region will generate demand for over 1200 new aircraft

Moscow | November 20, 2018– According to Airbus’ Global Market Forecast, unveiled at the Wings of the Future conference in Moscow, Russia & CIS’s airlines will need some 1220 new aircraft* valued at US$175 billion in the upcoming 20 years (2018-2037). This means that the passenger fleet in the region will almost double from 857 aircraft in service today to over 1700 by 2037. Over the next 20 years, passenger traffic in Russia & CIS region will grow at the average rate of 4.1% annually with Russia being the major contributor to this growth. By 2037 the propensity for air travel in Russia will more than double.

In the Russia & CIS region, in the Small segment typically covering the space where most of today’s single-aisle aircraft compete, there is a requirement for 998 new passenger aircraft; In the Medium segment, for missions requiring additional capacity and range flexibility, represented by smaller widebodies and longer-range single-aisle aircraft, Airbus forecasts demand for 140 passenger aircraft. For additional capacity and range flexibility, in the Large segment where most A350s are present today, there is a need for 39 aircraft. In the Extra-Large segment, typically reflecting high capacity and long range missions by the largest aircraft types including the A350-1000 and the A380, Airbus forecasts demand for 44 passenger aircraft.

Airbus’ GMF foresees that in the next 20 years airlines in the Russia & CIS region will continue to renew their fleets by introducing more new fuel-efficient models, while gradually phasing out previous generation aircraft.  The doubling in the fleet will require over 23,000 new pilots and 27,960 additional technical specialists.

“We see growth in the air transport sector in Russia & CIS. Tourism and business remain the key drivers resulting in an increased demand for new generation and more fuel-efficient aircraft. For over 25 years Airbus has been supporting its Russia & CIS customers in their fleet development needs, offering the most advanced, efficient and comprehensive aircraft family. We look forward to seeing more new Airbus deliveries in the upcoming years, including the A220, our bestselling A320neo Family and the A350,” said Julien Franiatte, Head of Country Russia, Airbus.

The passenger traffic growth in terms of Revenue Passenger Kilometers (RPK) to, from and within the Russia & CIS region is forecast to increase at 4.1% per year on average over the next 20 years. The region’s highest traffic growth is expected to be on international routes to Latin America (+5.9%), Asia-Pacific (+5.4%), Middle East (+5.1 %) and North America (+4.5%).

As of end October 2018, almost 400 single-aisle and widebody aircraft were in operation in Russia & CIS, with over 330 of these in Russia alone.

 

Dublin | June 22, 2018–The “Aircraft Antenna – Global Market Outlook (2017-2026)” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The Global Aircraft Antenna market accounted for $268.56 million in 2017 and is expected to reach $501.30 million by 2026 growing at a CAGR of 7.2%.

Some of the factors fuelling the market growth are growing aircraft deliveries, increasing demand for active and durable aircraft antennas and rising need for unmanned aerial vehicles in many military applications.

However, huge manufacturing cost of aircraft antennas, strict regulatory norms required to assure safety aircraft operations are inhibiting the market growth.

Based on application, navigation & surveillance segment commanded the largest market share owing to increasing bandwidths and uses of aircraft consisting of high frequencies for navigation & surveillance.

In addition, OEM is leading the market and the growth of this segment can be attributed to increasing number of aircraft deliveries across the globe.

Coverage

  • Market share assessments for the regional and country level segments
  • Market share analysis of the top industry players
  • Strategic recommendations for the new entrants
  • Market forecasts for a minimum of 9 years of all the mentioned segments, sub segments and the regional markets
  • Market Trends (Drivers, Constraints, Opportunities, Threats, Challenges, Investment Opportunities, and recommendations)
  • Strategic recommendations in key business segments based on the market estimations
  • Competitive landscaping mapping the key common trends
  • Company profiling with detailed strategies, financials, and recent developments
  • Supply chain trends mapping the latest technological advancements

Companies Mentioned

  • Harris
  • Antcom
  • Sensor Systems
  • Honeywell
  • Azimut
  • Tecom
  • Mcmurdo
  • Boeing
  • Cobham
  • Rami

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2018 to 2026: Increasing Demand for Satellite-Based Navigation System – ResearchAndMarkets.com

Dublin | June 22, 2018–The “Aircraft Communication System – Global Market Outlook (2017-2026)” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The Global Aircraft Communication System Market accounted for $3.62 billion in 2017 and expected to grow at a CAGR of 12.6% to reach $10.59 billion by 2026.

Increasing demand for satellite-based navigation system, increasing use of the Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) technology and increase in air passenger traffic are driving the market growth.

Moreover, demand for next-generation IP systems and commercialization of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVS) surge opportunity for the market to sustain.

However, issues with radio spectrum and high costs for development are impeding the market growth.

Coverage

  • Market share assessments for the regional and country level segments
  • Market share analysis of the top industry players
  • Strategic recommendations for the new entrants
  • Market forecasts for a minimum of 9 years of all the mentioned segments, sub segments and the regional markets
  • Market Trends (Drivers, Constraints, Opportunities, Threats, Challenges, Investment Opportunities, and recommendations)
  • Strategic recommendations in key business segments based on the market estimations
  • Competitive landscaping mapping the key common trends
  • Company profiling with detailed strategies, financials, and recent developments
  • Supply chain trends mapping the latest technological advancements

Companies Mentioned

  • Iridium Communications Inc.
  • L-3 Technologies
  • Cobham Plc
  • General Dynamics Corporation
  • Harris Corporation
  • Honeywell International Inc
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Northrop Grumman Corporation
  • Raytheon Corporation
  • Rockwell Collins
  • Rohde & Schwarz Gmbh & Co. KG
  • Thales Group
  • UTC Aerospace Systems
  • Viasat Inc

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Global Analysis and Forecasts by Type (Hardware & Service) & Technology (Air to Ground Technology & Satellite Technology) – ResearchAndMarkets.com

Dublin | June 20, 2018–The “In-Flight Wi-Fi Market to 2025 – Global Analysis and Forecasts by Type (Hardware & Service); Aircraft Type (Narrow Body Aircraft, Wide Body Aircraft, Very Large Aircraft & Business Jet); & Technology (Air to Ground Technology & Satellite Technology)” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

In-Flight Wi-Fi market is estimated to reach US$ 7.30 Bn by 2025

The companies are trying to bring better service with a faster speed of Wi-Fi owing to the increase in the number of air travelers and rise in passenger’s expectations. Moreover, airlines are also increasingly switching towards the better Wi-Fi services, mainly satellite-based broadband services which deliver high internet speed. Airlines are now increasingly replacing their existing systems with better Wi-Fi system, in order to meet with changing passenger’s demands, and there are different types of Wi-Fi systems available depends upon the types of aircraft.

Key trend which is expected to have predominantly effect the market in coming year in In-Flight Wi-Fi market is growth in number of air travelers and Wi-Fi connectivity preferences. In-Flight Wi-Fi allows air passengers to get online, do basic browsing, to get connected using cell phones via voice calls, emails, and SMS or MMS. Currently, there is an increase in the number of business and general air travelers.

Thus, airline operators are more focused towards offering passengers with the benefit of using mobile phones for data connectivity, as well as for voice calls in domestic and international flights. In-Flight Wi-Fi increases the productivity of business travelers by enabling them to communicate while flying. With the increase in the number of flights offering Wi-Fi connectivity, passengers are more inclined towards boarding a flight which offers Wi-Fi connectivity. Another factor acting as a propellant for the market is implementation of new systems and technologies with better operational benefits.

Airlines are increasingly switching towards the better Wi-Fi services, mainly satellite-based broadband services which deliver high internet speed. Airlines are now increasingly replacing their existing systems with better Wi-Fi system, in order to meet with changing passenger’s demands, and there are different types of Wi-Fi systems available depends upon the types of aircraft. In 2017, various airlines have upgraded their existing Wi-Fi systems for better speed and connectivity.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Introduction

2. Key Takeaways

3. In – Flight Wi-Fi Market Landscape

4. In-Flight Wifi Market – Key Industry Dynamics

5. In-Flight Wifi – Global Market Analysis

6. In-Flight Wi-Fi Market Revenue And Forecasts To 2025 – Types

7. In-Flight Wi-Fi Market Revenue And Forecasts To 2025 – Aircraft Types

8. In-Flight Wi-Fi Market Revenue And Forecasts To 2025 – Technology

9. In-Flight Wi-Fi Market Revenue And Forecasts To 2025 – Geographical Analysis

10. Industry Landscape

11. Competitive Landscape

12. Global In-Flight Wi-Fi Market – Key Company Profiles

  • Echostar Corporation
  • Global Eagle Entertainment Inc
  • GOGO Llc
  • Honeywell International Inc
  • Panasonic Avionics Corporation
  • Viasat Inc
  • Sitaonair
  • Thales Group
  • Thinkom Solutions Inc
  • Kymeta Corporation

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London, United Kingdom | August 10, 2016– In-flight connectivity (IFC) equipment manufacturers and service providers are in line for a multi-billion-dollar windfall over the next ten years according to new research from Valour Consultancy. The market intelligence firm’s latest forecast calls for the installed base of connected aircraft to top 19,500 by 2025 – up from 5,233 at the end of 2015.

The report – “The Future of In-Flight Connectivity” – shows net new installations broke past the 1,000 mark for the first time last year and predicts the milestone will continue to be breached in subsequent years. Report author, Craig Foster, says that despite the huge number of installations that have taken place recently, penetration of IFC into the global commercial fleet is still below 30%. “There are plenty of existing and on-order aircraft to be fitted with connectivity in different parts of the world – especially outside of North America. IFC service providers now have a combined backlog somewhere in the region of 4,500 aircraft and that’s without taking into account the huge interest we are sure to see in the forthcoming European Aviation Network”.

There is also a growing opportunity to replace ageing components on already equipped aircraft. Foster continued: “The first installations were carried out eight or nine years ago and in that time, technology has progressed massively. We’re now seeing service providers introduce improved modems, wireless access points, servers and of course, antennas, that will reduce so-called choke points in the cabin and maximise the increased bandwidth coming from new high capacity satellites and future air-to-ground networks. Airlines are all too keen to take advantage of any solution that can offer the on-ground experience their passengers demand”.

The report also zeros in on operational efficiencies that can be achieved with IFC with the results of an airline survey showing increased awareness of connected aircraft applications. “Cost saving opportunities are beginning to resonate with operators keen to implement a wider e-Enablement strategy” Foster concluded.
Valour Consultancy is a provider of high quality market intelligence. Its latest report “The Future of In-Flight Connectivity” is now in its second edition and is widely recognised as a must-have resource for tracking developments in this market. For a table of contents and report scope, visit: http://www.valourconsultancy.com/research/aviation/future-of-in-flight-connectivity/

France | January 12, 2016– Building on another solid performance last year, Airbus will be seeking further improvements in the company’s competitiveness during 2016 – becoming even more efficient and innovative, with an increasingly diverse international presence.

This was the forward-looking strategy outlined by President and CEO Fabrice Brégier today at the year-opening press conference in Paris, underscoring continuous improvement in 2015 that boosted its speed and efficiency – enabling a new Airbus record of 635 aircraft to be delivered during the past 12 months.

Simpler and more efficient ways of working also are contributing to Airbus’ competitiveness, along with the expansion of its international manufacturing presence, which includes start-up of A320 Family jetliner production at the new U.S. final assembly line in Mobile, Alabama. As a result, aircraft production is underway on three continents (in North America, Europe and Asia), making Airbus a truly global manufacturer, Brégier said.

Brégier also highlighted the important strides achieved in China, where the A320 Family final assembly line at Tianjin delivered a new record total of 50 aircraft in 2015. Airbus has extended this activity for another 10 years, with additional prolongation anticipated in the future, he stated. Planning also is moving ahead for Tianjin’s new cabin completion and delivery centre, starting with the A330 based on orders received from China last year for A330ceo (Current Engine Option) jetliners, according to Brégier.

Ambitious production and delivery targets in 2016, plus innovation at the forefront

Airbus’ goal for 2016 is to deliver on its ambitious production expansion/ramp-up strategy, Brégier said, setting a target of delivering more than 650 aircraft to customers during the 12 months.

This objective includes the continued upswing in A320 Family production during 2016, reaching an output rate of 50 per month by early 2017 and subsequently going to 60 monthly by mid-2019; along with the delivery of at least 50 A350 XWBs in 2016 (compared to 14 in 2015).

Airbus is looking to attain another break-even year for the A380 in 2016, providing a number similar to the 27 delivered in 2015; while A330ceo production will level at a rate of six per month as the transition is made to the A330neo (New Engine Option). The first A350-1000 version of the A350 XWB will enter the final assembly line next month, enabling its first flight before year-end; while final assembly line activity for the initial A330neo is expected to begin in the fourth quarter of 2016.

Airbus’ commercial priority for 2016 is to continue its market leadership role, with Brégier anticipating another busy year – targeting a book-to-bill ratio [the ratio of orders received to the units delivered and billed] of at least 1 during the coming year, with the more than 650 total aircraft to be delivered during this timeframe.

Applying digital technology for more efficiency

Brégier said Airbus’ culture of innovation is another important attribute for the company as it looks to the future. During 2015, Airbus opened BizLab facilities in Toulouse, Hamburg and Bangalore to speed up the transformation of new ideas into valuable business propositions, and the company launched pilot/prototype co-innovation projects with certain airline customers.

He noted that Airbus is working with its Airbus Group parent company on digital transformation, which includes closer relationships with the “active and creative world” of Silicon Valley in the U.S.

In addition, Brégier explained that Thierry Baril, the Chief Human Resources (HR) Officer of Airbus Group and Airbus, is introducing new digitalization in the HR process that will simplify employees’ daily lives at work, enhance their value and enable the further development of their talents, as well as increasing visibility across the workforce.

“Such digital initiatives accelerate the pace at which we develop and introduce new ideas and innovation while improving our aircraft and the efficiency of our operations,” Brégier told journalists.

If you have not seen the latest airliner sales projections from Boeing you might want to first check out their web offering of the Current Market Outlook (vs Airbus). As one might expect, both Boeing and Airbus see growth in the short term time frame, the current market conditions might temper their estimates later this year. Airbus calls an average growth of 4.9% per year while Boeing sees a 5% growth annually. While most Inflight Entertainment Marketing troops abide by this data, aircraft vendor backlog is just as important.

Both Boeing and Airbus ooze optimism with Airbus seeing some 24,300 new planes in the next 20 years and Boeing looking toward 29,000.

Why the difference? As can be expected, they differ in the following ways:

Single-Aisle       Twin-Aisle       Very Large      
Airbus       55% 35% 9%
Boeing       71% 25% 4%

The A380 bias is at work here (2% so far this year) and the IFE crowd needs to get it straight for future production planning purposes. Wouldn’t it be great to develop a scalable system whereby one size fits all…just more of it?

With an average from the producers of 799 aircraft per year, it will be interesting to see what 2010 brings. As airline analysts are now talking about a worldwide loss of $10.4B, this average is hard to imagine in the short term and this must mean order delays/cuts. The economy is the driver here but with airlines like JAL cutting service and looking at $1B – $2B yen loans, the uptick is not here.

From a future planning point of view, Boeing sees growth percentages in the single-aisle market and declination in the “Very Large” category (surprise). Airbus, on the other hand, sees 68% of the next 20 years worth of planes being single-aisle while Twins occupy some 25%. This leaves a 20 year estimate for “Very Large” planes at 9%. A lot certainly depends on the A350 and B787. Growth in the regional sector might also challenge some vendors of IFE as smaller, cheaper, and lighter are becoming the IFE of the future. With China seeing growth almost 30% beyond the world economy, IFE content better include Chinese subtitles.