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Aircraft Seating Market Growth, Opportunities and Development 2025

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Global Aircraft Seating Industry was valued at USD 6.5 Billion for the year 2018. Aircraft Seating Industry is further expected to grow at a CAGR of 12.5% from 2018 to reach USD 27.5 Billion by the year 2025. In view of class, the airplane seating market has been fragmented into business class, top of the line, premium economy class, and economy class. The business class section is anticipated to lead the flying machine seating market amid the conjecture time frame while the excellent economy class portion is anticipated to develop at the most astounding CAGR from 2018 to 2025. The development of the exceptional economy class section can be ascribed to an expanding interest for premium economy situates by voyagers, inferable from the less expensive ticket an incentive in contrast with business class seats.

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Major market players in Aircraft Seating Industry Zodiac Aerospace-Safran, B/E Aerospace-Rockwell Collins Inc., Geven S.p.A., RECARO Aircraft Seating, HAECO Americas, Lufthansa Technik, Stelia Aerospace, JAMCO Corporation, Geven S.p.A, Mirus Aircraft Seating Ltd, Thompson Aero Seating Ltd, ZANKER PROMOTION GMBH, and brief information of 8 more companies is provided in the report.

By aircraft type
• Wide Body Aircraft (WBA)
• Narrow Body Aircraft (NBA)
• Very large Aircraft (VLA)
• Regional Transport Aircraft (RTA)

By Component
• Seat Actuators
• Foams& Fittings
• Others

By seat class type
• Economy Class
• Premium Economy Class
• Business Class
• First Class

By fit Type
• Retrofit
• Line Fit

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Aircraft Seating Industry Overview, By Region
North America
• Canada
• Germany
• U.K.
• France
• Italy
• Rest of Europe
• China
• India
• Japan
• Rest of Asia-Pacific
• Latin America
• Middle East & Africa

This post was originally published on Trading Herald

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Nehal Chinoy

Much like her co-founder, Nehal gets her entrepreneurial spirit from her family. However being the independent person she is, she started a business venture of her own early on since college. She opened a studio where she singlehandedly made and sold dreamcatchers, which was quite a raging trend then. Having tasted the success, her motivation for being an entrepreneur grew from there.

Today, as a co-founder and sales director, she oversees several functions including information procurement, sales and operations at Qurate Business Solutions.