The North American region generated more than 50% of the global profit of airlines in 2015. The margin of interest before earning and taxation was more than 12%. This figure for North America is more than double that of Asia Pacific, which signals higher operational maturity in the market.
Growing Demand for North America Commercial Aircraft Cabin Interior Market
The Airline industry is an extremely competitive industry, and the North American airline industry is more competitive due to the high number of players in a concentrated and well-connected market. Higher margins will be the biggest driver for the cabin interior market as airlines will look towards improving their services and facilities and capture higher share in a very competitive scenario.
The Inflight entertainment systems market in the region is expected to face obstacles as many carriers are removing the systems in favor of providing Wi-Fi in the aircraft from which passengers can connect their devices. Major carriers like American Airlines, United Airlines have started investing in providing entertainment options that can stream directly to the personal devices. But Delta at the same time is adding latest seatback entertainment systems and such is the case with many carriers. The market for such devices will show moderate growth in the North American Market.
The North America commercial aircraft cabin interior market has been bifurcated by product type (Seats, in-flight entertainment systems cabin lighting, Passenger Instrument Cluster, and others). By aircraft class (Economy Class, Business Class, First Class, Others), by fit (Line Fit and Retro Fit), and by Geography (United States, Canada and others).
The introduction of composite material in the seats, which allow for higher levels of configuration and flexibility are driving the market for airline seats. Some airlines to take advantage of new technologies are completely revamping the aircraft. This will benefit the retrofit cabin interior market. Full-service carriers spend more on providing better seats and facilities than the low-cost carriers. But low-cost carriers are growing at a faster pace than the full-service carriers, which indicates that the growth in the cabin interior market might become limited in the future.
Increase in choice for air travel over the years is the key driving factor fueling the growth of the North America Commercial Aircraft Cabin Interior Market. Hence, the higher number of aircraft leasing by major airline carriers, frequent refurbishment of aircraft interiors to keep the aircraft fleet appealing and increasing number of long flight travels prompting for the adoption of improved interior components are other drivers driving the growth of the market.
Bridging the gap between economy seating and business seating called the premium economy seating and implementation of in-flight entertainment systems in all classes of seating are major emerging trends observed in the aircraft cabin interior market.
As the demand for the North America commercial aircraft cabin interior market is directly related to the passenger growth, the more passenger in the market, higher is the demand for the North America commercial aircraft cabin interior market.
Source: Statista, Mordor Intelligence Analysis
Key players include - C&D Zodiac, B/E Aerospace, Panasonic Avionics Corporation and among others.
Key developments in the market
April 2017 - Rockwell Collins, Inc. today announced it has successfully completed the acquisition of B/E Aerospace, a leading manufacturer of aircraft cabin interior products and services, for $8.6 billion in total consideration, including debt assumed.
November 2017 - Panasonic Avionics partnered with Emirates to introduce improvements to its new Boeing 777-300ER cabins, including upgrades to the airlines entertainment system, as well as an increase in quantity of charging ports.
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1.1 Study Deliverables
1.2 General Study Assumptions
2. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
2.2 Analysis Methodology
2.3 Study Assumptions
3. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
4. MARKET OVERVIEW AND TECHNOLOGY TRENDS
4.1 Current Market Scenario
4.2 Technological Developments
4.3 Investment Analysis
4.4 Porter's Five Forces Framework
4.4.1 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
4.4.2 Bargaining Power of Consumers
4.4.3 Threat of New Entrants
5.4.4 Threat of Substitute Products and Services
4.4.5 Competitive Rivalry within the industry
5. Market Dynamics
6. NORTH AMERICA COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT CABIN INTERIOR MARKET, BY PRODUCT TYPE
6.2 Passenger Instrument Cluster
6.3 In-flight Entertainment Systems
6.4 Cabin Lighting
7. NORTH AMERICA COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT CABIN INTERIOR MARKET BY CLASS
8. NORTH AMERICA COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT CABIN INTERIOR MARKET, BY FIT
8.1 Line Fit
8.2 Retro Fit
9. NORTH AMERICA COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT CABIN INTERIOR MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY (Country-wise trends)
9.2 United States
9.4 Rest of North America
10. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
10.2 Market Share Analysis
10.3 Developments of Key players
11. KEY VENDOR ANALYSIS
11.1 Elan Aircraft Seating
11.3 C&D Zodiac
11.4 B/E Aerospace
11.5 Recaro Aircraft Seating GmbH & Co.
11.7 Thompson Aero Seating
11.8 Avio Interiors
11.10 Panasonic Avionics Corporation
11.11 Diehl Aerosystems
11.12 UTC Aerospace Systems
11.13 GKN Aerospace
11.14 Wasp Switches
11.15 Digicor Inc.