For the last 10 years Airbus and Boeing have sold and built planes at a record pace. Will this continue into the next decade, or is there change in the air?
- Are Airbus and Boeing positioned to handle an increase in commercial aircraft, which analysts say will be necessary to satisfy future demand?
- Will Airbus and Boeing continue to reign as leaders in the air, or will increased competition from other aircraft manufacturers chip away at this
- Which regions, or countries, are most likely to profit from the increased demand? How will this affect the connector suppliers supporting the civil
- What peripheral markets are driven by the civil aviation market? How will technology changes, such as the increase in computerization, robots and
outsourcing affect this industry?
- What connector types are poised to show significant growth as the industry expands and addresses issues like increased passenger convenience,
demand for decreased fuel consumption and the “commercialization” of drones and spacecraft?
The aviation industry is comprised of commercial and general aviation, as well as commercial spacecraft, drones and training equipment. The civil aviation market has expanded greatly over the last decade, but what does the future hold? Will this expansion continue, and at what pace and cost? This report analyzes these topics and other decisive trends relevant to the growth and stability of this market sector. The report looks at the past, present and future of the civil aviation market, and will provide valuable insight to companies whose products or services are utilized now, or will be used in the future, in this dynamic market. Be prepared for what the future holds, order your copy of Civil Aviation Market for Connectors.