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Research and Markets: Global Commercial Aviation Cabin Interiors Market Assessment

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Research and Markets: Global Commercial Aviation Cabin Interiors Market Assessment

Research and Markets: Global Commercial Aviation Cabin Interiors Market Assessment

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dublin - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/7b4d5932/global_commercial) has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report "Global Commercial Aviation Cabin Interiors Market Assessment" to their offering.

“Global Commercial Aviation Cabin Interiors Market Assessment”

Higher Costs of Fuel Stoke Unprecedented Growth in the Aircraft Cabin Interiors Market

Doubling of Commercial Aircraft Fleet in the Next 20 Years Bodes Well for the Aircraft Cabin Interiors Market

After emerging from the global economic downturn, the airlines industry is dusting the cobwebs off and restructuring their operating fleet with new aircraft purchases and retrofit programs. This aggressive expansion strategy has opened up a plethora of opportunities for the commercial aircraft cabin interior market. With the number of commercial aircraft expected to double by 2020, both the forward fits and retrofit markets for aircraft cabin interior products will skyrocket.

The biggest contributors to the overall market will be Asia Pacific, China, India and the Middle East, which are expected to account for 44.2 per cent of total market revenues by 2020. These regions have already generated substantial orders for new aircraft, and the C919 program has further intensified cabin interiors manufacturers' focus on this region.

Apart from fleet expansion, cabin interior manufacturers can also take heart from the rise in fuel prices, which is spawning demand for lighter cabin interiors. High fuel costs and new environmental fees are escalating the demand for lighter and space-saving interiors, to cut fuel consumption and carbon emissions per passenger, says the analyst of this research. Airlines are hoping to achieve operational cost savings and long-term profits through lighter cabins. These savings will persuade airlines to do away with capacity cuts to stay profitable. In fact, the new interiors could increase capacity and passenger comfort.

Key Topics Covered:

- 1. Executive Summary

- 2. Market Overview

- 3. Total Commercial Aviation Cabin Interior Market

- 4. Segment Analyses

- 5. Regional and Country Analyses

- 6. The Last Word (Conclusions and Implications)

- 7. Appendix

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/7b4d5932/global_commercial

Source: Frost & Sullivan

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