Browse 89 market tables and 67 figures spread through 233 pages and in-depth TOC on "Flight Management System Market by Cockpit Architecture (VLA, WB, NB, and RTA), Hardware (FMC, CDU, and VDU), Maintenance (Line-fit and Retrofit) & by Geography (North America, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, and Europe) - Forecast Analysis to 2014 - 2020"
Dallas, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/16/2014 -- The flight management system market is highly competitive, with a limited number of market players. This report studies the growth strategies adopted by the market players. The strategies adopted by the players to expand their global presence and increase their market share includes partnerships, agreements, collaborations, joint ventures, mergers, acquisitions, and new product launches.
The increasing demand for a better fuel management system and increased deliveries, as well as high growth in the emerging market has encouraged the company to adopt growth strategies. Market players are focusing on entering new markets by launching new innovative products. Honeywell (U.S.), Thales SA (France), and GE (U.S.) are some of the leading players that adopted this strategy in order to develop their business.
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Of the regions considered for this market, Asia-Pacific contributes the largest portion of the market share of the total market. With APAC being the largest growing economies in the world, aircraft deliveries will increase that will further increase the air traffic.
As the global economy remains unstable and there is unhealthy growth in several sectors, the Gulf Corporation Council (GCC) region is witnessing massive growth in the aviation industry. As per secondary sources, the Middle East-based airlines currently account for 8% of the global air transport industry.
A viable aviation sector is essential to the sustainable growth of the European economy. Market liberalization in Europe has been a major factor in maintaining buoyancy in the market. The most important regions are Intra-European, North Atlantic, and Europe. Rising consumer spending and employment growth are expected to support the continued demand growth of efficient aircraft in future.
The introduction of new aircraft will enable airlines to strengthen their existing competitive strategies and may allow them to develop capabilities that enable new ways to grow in the market. The delivery of upcoming aircraft such as B737max, B787-9, A320neo, A380, and C919 drives the market of technologically advanced flight management systems.
The rising demand for performance-based navigation, which includes preparing user-defined flight plans and efficient fuel management during the flight are important functions of FMS, which play a fair role in increasing its demand for the wide body aircraft. The demand for wide body aircraft is increasing substantially across the globe due to a rise in passenger traffic. The increasing connectivity between the important geographical locations of growing regions and the most developed urban regions has led to an increase in the demand for fuel efficient aircraft in order to reduce the cost per seat of travelling.
In 2013, 275 wide body aircraft was delivered and about 7,960 are expected to be delivered by 2033. The growth in delivery demand of these aircraft will be accompanied by the increasing demand of flight management systems for these aircraft. The flight management system market for wide body aircraft is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 7.28% from 2014 to 2020. The Asia-Pacific region is projected to dominate the FMS market in this category as it holds the maximum share of the flight management system.
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The global flight management system market is estimated to be $601.36 million in 2014 to register a CAGR of 7.19% to reach $912.20 million by 2020. The report provides key statistics for the forecast period. This research report provides in-depth insights with regards to the flight management system market.
The report contains profiles of leading players involved in this market such as Honeywell, Thales SA, GE Aviation, Rockwell Collins, and Jeppesen. The report takes into account a wide range of factors and its influence on the market dynamics. Increasing investments in R&D, coupled with an information flow for requirement analysis will help the market move at a steady pace. The report provides the market analysis for 13 countries that have been mapped in the report. One of the key strategies adopted by key players in this market is technology innovation. This strategy helped them upgrade products that in turn helped them garner a competitive market share. The key growth countries span China, India, Germany, and Russia, of which China is the most lucrative market.
This report will help the stakeholders in this market unlock the business potential and identify the lucrative investment opportunities that the flight management system market has to offer. The bottom line is that this report extrapolates key metrics in this market.
The report deals with flight management systems, which mainly aim at integrating navigation, flight parameters, and navigation to get a systematic and consolidated auto flight control that maximizes aircraft efficiency. Flight safety is the major concern of all aircraft operators as well as the airlines that demand improvisation in the FMS technology annually, resulting in the growth of this segment. The study is done on a global basis taking into consideration all the major geographic regions. The study also focuses on the segmentation of the market by aircraft types and hardware equipment used to assist flight management systems.
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