Visiongain forecasts “Global Commercial Aircraft Modernization, Upgrade And Retrofit Market Set To Reach $10.78 Bn In 2018″

31 July 2018
Aviation

Visiongain’ has launched a new aviation report Commercial Aircraft Modernization Market Report: Forecasts By Aircraft Type (Wide-Body, Narrow-Body, Regional Jets) By Work Type (Avionics, Interiors & In- Flight Entertainment (IFE), Airframe) And By Region Plus Profiles Of Leading Companies, Contracts, Programmes & New Technologies

Owing to the global economic recovery, aviation market growth, placement of modernized aircraft and increased R&D and large investments in fuel efficient engines, the attractive retrofit market has provided opportunities for the aerospace industry players to compete and grow.
There exists strong competition in the global commercial aircraft modernization, upgrade and retrofit market sector. Large number of vendors are competing on the basis of after-market service, quality as well as cost. This will further lead to an intense competition in the market among the existing players and new entrants. Therefore, it becomes imperative for vendors to provide quality as well as cost-effective services loaded with modern technology and materials in order to survive in such a competitive environment.

The Visiongain report analyst commented “The major factors boosting the demand for commercial aircraft modernization, upgrade and retrofit includes a rise in demand for the latest flight systems, the need for aircraft fuel efficiency, and various modernization programs among others. In addition, increased fuel prices have impelled the airlines and aircraft manufacturers to upgrade and modernize aircraft that would help to curb the total consumption of fuel.
There has been a continuous rise in global air traffic resulting in major concerns for aircraft manufacturers to provide improved safety to passengers. Owing to the various technological advancements, it has become possible to upgrade aircraft with the latest avionics systems that supports the efficient management of flights.”

Leading companies featured in the report who are operating in the aircraft modernization, upgrade and retrofit market include AAR, Ameco Beijing, Astronics Corporation, Airbus SE, Aviation Partners Beijing, Israel Aerospace Industries, Diehl Aerosystems, Aeronautical Engineers Inc, EMTEQ, FACC AG, GKN Plc, and HAECO

Notes for Editors
If you are interested in a more detailed overview of this report, please send an e-mail to sara.peerun@visiongainglobal.com or call her on +44 (0) 207 336 6100

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