Aircraft passenger service forms an integral part of flying experience and is considered essential in the commercial aviation sector. Passenger services consist of an attendant call interface, which passengers can use to seek services from flight attendants, have a display to communicate warning signs to passengers, and is integrated with a speaker to address instructions to passengers.
Furthermore, they consist of speakers, LED reading lights, and filler panels to enhance the passenger experience. Moreover, these units also hold control units and aid in configuring the interface with the cabin management system, facilitating the connection of other electronic sub-assemblies (reading light, button) directly on to the board.
Aircraft passenger service units are predominantly designed for passenger aircraft cabins and the deployment of proper aircraft passenger service units is majorly reliant on the configuration of the seats. On this premise, the demand for passenger service units will remain high among commercial airlines in the forthcoming years.
As the manufacturers of airline cabins focus on designing flexible cabins, such as the economy class, the demand is burgeoning for swift reconfiguration to meet the changing operational and market demands. On these lines, passenger service units must have at least one passenger service component, passenger interface, and supply adapter among others.
Although passenger service units have become a norm in commercial aviation, their overhead location can continue to remain a challenge for passengers as they restrict mobility to an extent. As consumers seek high comfort and safety, manufacturers are designing cabins to expand space of seats and avoid the physical confinement, the demand for new designs is increasing. The high demand for smaller, convenient service units to suit the new designs on aircraft interiors will continue to drive the demand high for aircraft passenger service units.
The passenger service units have become a crucial part of passenger airlines and are highly reliant on the number of aircraft produced every year. However, the growth of the market is not completely free of restraints. Manufacturers of passenger service units continue to face the major challenge of finding the optimal balance between the overall cost of units while having to maintain the low weight of the system.
The requirement continues to challenge the designers and manufacturers alike. On the other hand, the outbreak of COVID-19 has brought the global aviation industry to halt, subsequently posing a challenge to the aircraft passenger services market. As the operations on both aviation production and operation fronts remain terminated or partially operating in numerous parts of the world, the production of aircrafts has been put on hold for the time being, thus further impeding the market growth.
Competitive Landscape of Aircraft Turbochargers Market
The global aircraft turbochargers market is segmented into North America (U.S., Canada), Latin America (Mexico. Brazil), Western Europe (Germany, Italy, France, U.K, Spain), Eastern, Europe (Poland, Russia), Asia Pacific (China, India, ASEAN, Australia & New Zealand), Japan, and Middle East and Africa (GCC Countries, S. Africa, Northern Africa). Among these North America and Europe are forecasted to cumulatively account for the majority of market share, on the back of increased expenditure on commercial as well as domestic aircrafts and expansion of the airline industry.
On the other hand, Asia Pacific excluding Japan is exhibiting excellent growth potential nacked by soaring demand for commercial aircrafts. aircraft passenger service units market in the regions. Some of the key players operating the market include Rockwell Collins, Inc., ZODIAC AEROSPACE, Astronics Corporation, TRIUMPH GROUP, INC., Luminator Technology Group, Cabin Crew Safety Limited, and others. Market players are focussing on reducing the number of parts while increasing the seat pitch flexibility.
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