The interior lighting of an aircraft is an essential part as it provides an aesthetically appealable appearance to the travellers. It plays a vital role in safety and the efficient operation of the aircraft. During emergency situation, the lighting plays a primary role guiding the travellers through the exit path with its emergency signals.
Aircraft Lighting is can be classified in to interior and exterior lighting. The interior lighting may include the reading light, wall light, path way strips, wall lights, signal lights and lavatory lights. The exterior lighting may include take off lights, landing light, cargo and service light, anti-collision light, wings light, logo light, and emergency light.
Download Sample of This Strategic Report:https://www.kennethresearch.com/sample-request-10063824
Travel by air is increasingly opted by passengers as a means of conveyance. Steady increase in the income of the people has made more people to take the skies for travel. The air travel has become more affordable and the spurring competition has led to attractive prices for the passengers in the dynamic pricing model.
This has led to increased number of passengers travelling by air and the growth rate of passengers are approx. 2% per year and it is expected to grow. This has prompted the airline industry to buy new aircrafts to accommodate the growing passengers which in turn has led to increase in the market of aircraft lighting.
Also the aircrafts which are a decade old are refurbished to maintain the aesthetic appeal to its customers. In this process, the lighting are changed with respect to the present trend. It is important for the aircraft industry to keep its fleet young and this leads to the purchase of new aircrafts. They sell their old aircrafts to the new players in the industry, they in turn refurbish it completely, which in turn leads to increase in the interior lighting market.
The aircraft interior lighting market can be segmented product wise in to reading lights, floor strip lights, emergency and signage lights, wall lights and ceiling lights. The market can be segmented in to line fit and retrofit based on the fit type. Based on its application, the lighting can be segmented in to passenger seating, the cockpit, and lavatory and cabin crew. The segmentation aircraft type can be narrow body, large body, wide body and regional aircraft.
The market of the aircraft interior lighting system is directly proportional to the usage of air travel and the availability of the routes in the region. North America and Europe are the top region in the presence of wide body aircraft. Middle East and Africa predominantly use very large body aircraft. The Asia Pacific region sees a steady growth in the market, thereby opening huge scope for the aircraft lighting market.
Request For Full Report:https://www.kennethresearch.com/sample-request-10063824
The key players are Rockwell Collins, Diehl Stiftung & Co, Zodiac Aerospace, Astronics Corporation, Honeywell International, Beadlight Ltd, Cobham, Luminator Technology Group, Bruce Aerospace, Precise Flight, STG Aerospace Ltd, UTC Aerospace Systems, Bigorre Aerospace Corporation, SCHOTT Group, and Koito Manufacturing Co.
About Kenneth Research
Kenneth Research is a reselling agency providing market research solutions in different verticals such as Automotive and Transportation, Chemicals and Materials, Healthcare, Food & Beverage and Consumer Packaged Goods, Semiconductors, Electronics & ICT, Packaging, and Others. Our portfolio includes set of market research insights such as market sizing and market forecasting, market share analysis and key positioning of the players (manufacturers, deals and distributors, etc), understanding the competitive landscape and their business at a ground level and many more. Our research experts deliver the offerings efficiently and effectively within a stipulated time. The market study provided by Kenneth Research helps the Industry veterans/investors to think and to act wisely in their overall strategy formulation
Email : [email protected]
Phone: +1 313 462 0609