Dublin | November 4, 2019–The “Airport Handling Services – Market Analysis, Trends, and Forecasts” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The Airport Handling Services market worldwide is projected to grow by US$48.9 Billion, driven by a compounded growth of 4.8%

GSHS, one of the segments analyzed and sized in this study, displays the potential to grow at over 5.1%. The shifting dynamics supporting this growth makes it critical for businesses in this space to keep abreast of the changing pulse of the market. Poised to reach over US$125.7 Billion by the year 2025, GSHS will bring in healthy gains adding significant momentum to global growth.

Representing the developed world, the United States will maintain a 3.7% growth momentum. Within Europe, which continues to remain an important element in the world economy, Germany will add over US$1.7 Billion to the region’s size and clout in the next 5 to 6 years. Over US$1.4 Billion worth of projected demand in the region will come from the rest of the European markets. In Japan, GSHS will reach a market size of US$7 Billion by the close of the analysis period.

As the world’s second largest economy and the new game changer in global markets, China exhibits the potential to grow at 7.6% over the next couple of years and add approximately US$14.3 Billion in terms of addressable opportunity for the picking by aspiring businesses and their astute leaders.

Presented in visually rich graphics are these and many more need-to-know quantitative data important in ensuring quality of strategy decisions, be it entry into new markets or allocation of resources within a portfolio.

Several macroeconomic factors and internal market forces will shape growth and development of demand patterns in emerging countries in Asia-Pacific, Latin America and the Middle East. All research viewpoints presented are based on validated engagements from influencers in the market, whose opinions supersede all other research methodologies.

Competitors identified in this market include:

  • BBA Aviation Plc
  • elebi Aviation Holding Inc.
  • Dnata
  • Swissport International Ltd.
  • TAV Airports Holding Co.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Market Overview

2. Focus On Select Players

3. Market Trends & Drivers

4. Global Market Perspective

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Dublin | August 2018– The “In-flight Entertainment & Connectivity (IFEC) Market by End User (OEM, Aftermarket), Aircraft Type (NBA, WBA, VLA, Business Jets), Product (IFE Hardware, IFE Connectivity, IFE Content), and Region – Global Forecast to 2023” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The In-flight Entertainment & Connectivity (IFEC) market is projected to grow from USD 5.03 billion in 2018 to USD 7.65 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 8.72% from 2018 to 2023.

This research report categorizes the in-flight entertainment & connectivity market on the basis of aircraft type (narrow-body aircraft, wide-body aircraft, very large aircraft, and business jets), end user (OEM and aftermarket), and product (IFE hardware, IFE connectivity, and IFE content). These segments and subsegments are further mapped across major regions.

The need to enhance the passenger experience, technological developments, and an increase in aircraft deliveries are factors expected to drive the market. However, the regulatory framework & certification and increase in the overall weight of aircraft are expected to restrain the growth of this market.

By aircraft type, the narrow-body aircraft segment is estimated to lead the in-flight entertainment & connectivity market in 2018. The growth of the narrow-body aircraft segment can be attributed to an increase in narrow-body aircraft deliveries worldwide.

Major companies profiled in the report include Panasonic Avionics (US), Thales Group (France), Rockwell Collins, Inc. (US), Gogo LLC (US), Honeywell International, Inc. (US), Zodiac Aerospace (France), and Global Eagle Entertainment (US), among others.

Market Dynamics

Drivers

  • Need to Enhance Passenger Experience
  • Technological Developments
  • IFEC Becoming A Major Source of Ancillary Revenue for Airlines
  • Increase in Aircraft Deliveries

Restraints

  • Regulatory Frameworks & Certification
  • Increase in the Overall Weight of Aircraft

Opportunities

  • Increase in Long-Haul Flights and Passenger Traffic
  • Wi-Fi Connectivity

Challenges

  • High Installation Cost
  • Need to Upgrade IFE Systems and Ensure Content Management
  • Cyber Threats

Key Topics Covered:

1 Introduction

2 Research Methodology

3 Executive Summary

4 Premium Insights

5 Market Overview

6 Industry Trends

7 In-Flight Entertainment & Connectivity Market, By Product

8 In-Flight Entertainment & Connectivity Market, By Aircraft Type

9 In-Flight Entertainment & Connectivity Market, By End User

10 Regional Analysis

11 Competitive Landscape

12 Company Profiles

  • Boeing
  • Bombardier
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Bell Helicopter
  • Sikorsky Aircraft
  • Panasonic Avionics Corporation
  • Thales Group
  • Global Eagle Entertainment, Inc.
  • Gogo LLC
  • Rockwell Collins, Inc.
  • Viasat, Inc.
  • Sitaonair
  • Digecor, Inc.
  • Zodiac Aerospace
  • Honeywell International
  • Lufthansa Systems GmbH & Co. Kg

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Largest industry sites in Germany and Canada launch joint research in quieter aircraft cabins and fireproof composite fibre components

Hamburg, Germany | November 7, 2017–

Hamburg and Montréal, two of the world’s largest aviation regions, have launched an official cooperative research and development program. Over the next three years, the partners on both sides of the Atlantic will conduct joint research on quieter aircraft cabins and new, fireproof composite fibre components. Plans are also underway for a further joint research project. A total of 20 partners are involved in the transatlantic cooperation, including companies of varying sizes, universities, and research institutions in both countries. The project aims to combine the competencies on both continents in the development of innovative new products. The program is part of the New High-Tech strategy of Germany’s Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and is receiving government and commercial funding from both Germany and Canada.

Quieter aircraft cabins for tomorrow’s travels

Today, the noise level in an aircraft cabin is similar to that on a busy motorway. The engines themselves are getting quieter and quieter, but noise and vibration continue to be transferred to the inside of the aircraft via the outer skin of the fuselage, particularly at take-off. The performance limits of conventional insulating material such as glass wool and foam have long since been reached. As a next step, German and Canadian researchers want to investigate the potential of new sound-absorbing insulation — so-called acoustic metamaterials — as a standard approach to in-flight noise reduction. Test sites will include the Acoustics Lab at Hamburg’s ZAL Center of Applied Aeronautical Research; the research infrastructure at this facility amongst the most extensive in Europe. The project is being led by ZAL and Mecanum. Other partners are 3M Canada, Airbus, the École de Technologie Supérieure, the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Hutchinson Aerospace GmbH, the National Research Council Canada, and the Université de Sherbrooke. www.acousticmetamaterial.com

New fireproof composite components for the cabin

Modern aircraft are not only quieter than their predecessors; they are also lighter and therefore significantly more cost-efficient. One essential reason for this is the increased deployment of lightweight composite fiber materials to replace the much heavier metals used in aircraft construction. In the second German-Canada research project, current production methods of composite materials for the aircraft cabin are to be further optimized. The transatlantic partners want to test new material combinations for their suitability in production and for flammability. The

goal: to make composite materials used in aircraft even safer, environmentally friendlier, and lighter. The project is being led by the Comprisetec company in Hamburg and Canada’s Kruger Biomaterials. Further partners are Exakt Advanced Technologies, the Helmut Schmidt University, Hamburg University of Technology, Pultrusion Technique, Polytechnique Montréal, and the École de Technologie Supérieure Montréal.

Background to the joint research

The aviation research cooperation between Hamburg and Montréal is an element in the New High-Tech strategy of Germany’s Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). A total of 12 million euros in funding is being provided for the program between now and 2021, with each country contributing 50 percent. The money is also being contributed in equal measures by government and commercial sponsors. Hamburg’s ZAL Center of Applied Aeronautical Research is coordinating the program from the German side, in cooperation with Canada’s CRIAQ research consortium (Consortium de recherche et d’innovation en aérospatiale au Québec). The cluster networks in both regions, Hamburg Aviation and Aéro Montréal, also played a defining role in the development of the partnership.