Crashworthy Aircraft Seats Market Segmentation, Leading Growth Drivers, Emerging Audience, Sales, Recent Trends and Analysis to 2023

Crashworthy Aircraft Seats Market Report Information by Type (Crew, Passenger, Others), End-User (Commercial, Military), Platform (Fixed-Wing, Rotary-Wing), & Region – Forecast till 2023

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Market Overview:

The global crashworthy aircraft seats market is expected to exhibit a steady 5% CAGR over the forecast period from 2018 to 2023, according to the research report from Market Research Future (MRFR). The global crashworthy aircraft seats market is mainly propelled by the growing demand for crashworthiness in aircraft and the increasing demand for new aircraft outfitted according to the latest in safety regulations.

The report presents a detailed historical review of the global crashworthy aircraft seats market by profiling the major trends operating in the market and analyzing the key drivers and restraints affecting the market’s growth trajectory. The historical growth trajectory of the global crashworthy aircraft seats market is analyzed in the report to provide the basis for studied forecasts regarding the market’s likely growth trajectory over the forecast period.

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The crashworthy aircraft seats market has been mainly propelled by the increasing awareness about crashworthiness testing in aircraft and the increasing incorporation of the findings of crashworthiness testing in aircraft seat design. Aircraft seats, especially in commercial aircraft, are designed to prioritize comfort over crashworthiness, as the crashworthiness of seats has been a relatively minor factor in aircraft testing in comparison to other, more important components. However, the increasing prevalence of commercial aircraft disasters and the rising acknowledgment of the lack of awareness among the flying consumers about air safety protocols in case of crashes have driven the demand for effective crashworthiness testing for aircraft seats.

The increasing demand for new aircraft is also likely to be a key driver for the global crashworthy aircraft seat market over the forecast period, as new aircraft buyers are likely to prefer aircraft that conform to all the latest safety regulations. The increasing presence of the commercial aviation sector in Asia Pacific and the Middle East is thus likely to be a key driver for the crashworthy aircraft seats market over the forecast period.

Competitive Analysis:

Leading players in the global crashworthy aircraft seats market include UTC Aerospace Systems, Zodiac Aerospace, Safe Inc., East/West Industries Inc., T-Kalıp San. Ve Tic. A.Ş., Martin-Baker Aircraft Co. Ltd., BAE Systems, Rockwell Collins, and Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd.
In March 2018, aviation passenger organization FlyersRights.org called on the FAA to ground all helicopter that did not fit crashworthiness standards.

In May 2018, a new helicopter seat was introduced for the MH-60S Seahawk, keeping in mind the comfort aspects of the seat construction rather than the crashworthiness. While the seats in the helicopter were already crashworthy, the incorporation of various crashworthiness features made the seat highly uncomfortable for the crew. This aspect can be a crucial factor in the development of the crashworthy aircraft seats market over the forecast period, as the incorporation of crashworthiness features often results in reduced performance from aircraft seats regarding comfort. This is especially likely to be a key factor in the development of crashworthy aircraft seats for the commercial aviation sector.

Segmentation:

The global crashworthy aircraft seats market is segmented on the basis of type, end use, platform, and region.

By type, the global crashworthy aircraft seats market is segmented into crew, passenger, and others. The crew seats segment is likely to exhibit the highest CAGR over the forecast period.

By end use, the global crashworthy aircraft seats market is segmented into commercial and military. The military end use segment is likely to remain the highest revenue generator in the global crashworthy aircraft seats market over the forecast period.

By platform, the global crashworthy aircraft seats market is segmented into fixed wing and rotary wing. The fixed wing segment is likely to exhibit the fastest growth over the forecast period.

Regional Analysis:

North America, followed by Europe, are expected to dominate the global crashworthy aircraft seats market over the forecast period due to the strong presence of the aviation industry in the region, including the presence of major aircraft manufacturers as well as governing bodies with a global reach.

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