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Report updated on 11th September, 2021: Global Aircraft Doors Market 2021 (Includes Business Impact of COVID-19)Global Aircraft Doors Market Analysis Trends, Applications, Analysis, Growth, and Forecast to 2030 is a recent report generated by Trusted Business Insights. The global aircraft doors market report has been segmented on the basis of door type, application, end user, and region. Request Covid - 19 Impact The global Aircraft Doors market size was valued at USD$ 4.49 billion in 2020 and is projected to reach UDS$7.86 billion by 2030 is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 6.54% over the forecast period from 2020 to 2030.
Global Aircraft Doors Market: OverviewAircraft doors include galley service door, flight compartment overhead escape hatch, avionics compartment door, equipment compartment door, cargo door, two overwing emergency exits, and passenger door. Aircrafts doors take advantages of pressure difference on both sides and seal itself. It also prevents opening the door previous to the release of pressure.
Global Aircraft Doors Market: DynamicsIncreasing demand for aircraft and growing commercial aviation sector are major factors driving growth of the global aircraft doors market. In addition, an increasing number of aircraft deliveries is another factor supporting growth of the global market. Growing international tourism and increasing preference for air travel as it is convenient, safe, and time efficient way of traveling are factors fueling growth of the target market. Furthermore, growing military budget especially in developing countries, coupled with increasing adoption of technologically advanced air carriers for defense applications are factors expected to boost growth of the global aircraft doors market over the forecast period. However, delays and backlogs in aircraft deliveries is a factor that may hamper growth of the global aircraft doors market. Nevertheless, the introduction of lightweight doors can create high revenue opportunities for players in the target market.
Global Aircraft Doors Market: Segment AnalysisAmong the door type segments, the passenger doors segment is expected to register high growth terms of revenue in the near future. Increasing demand for passenger doors, owing to rising preference for air travel is a factor propelling growth of this segment in the global market. Among the application segments, the commercial aviation segment is expected to register significant growth in terms of revenue over the forecast period. An increasing number of air traffic passengers is resulting in growth of the commercial aviation segment in the target market.
Global Aircraft Doors Market: Regional AnalysisCurrently, the market in North America accounts for largest share in terms of revenue and is expected to maintain its dominance over the forecast period. Presence of prominent players is a key factor driving growth of the target market in this region. In addition, restoration and exchange of old aircraft is another factor expected to fuel growth of the aircraft door market in North America. Europe expected to account for second-highest share in terms of revenue in the near future, followed by Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa. Asia Pacific market is expected to register high growth in terms of revenue over the forecast period. Growing commercial aviation sector, coupled with increasing demand for aircraft for commercial applications are factors fueling growth of the target market in this region. Additionally, increasing production of aircraft in countries such as India and China is another factor anticipated to augment growth of the aircrafts door market in the Asia Pacific.
Below are the active patents related to Aircraft Doors Market.Patent Number: US20070095985A1 Aircraft door arrangement Abstract The invention relates to an aircraft door arrangement, especially for an aeroplane, said arrangement comprising a door, a doorframe, a supporting section with a pivotal axis (AD) on the door side, along which the door is pivotably positioned, and a pivotal axis (AF) on the frame side, along which the supporting section (8) is pivotably positioned on the door frame. At least the pivotal axis (AD) on the door side is defined by two articulations (G1, G2) which are interspaced in the vertical direction (Y) of the supporting section (8), at least one (G1; G2) of said articulations comprising two vertically (Y) interspaced bearings (L1 a, L1 b). The inventive door arrangement also comprises a pivotal drive (10) which is arranged on the door side of the supporting section (8) and is used to pivot the door, and an output element (12; 14, 16) which is coupled to the pivotal drive (10) and the door and transfers an actuating movement of the pivotal drive (10) to the door. Said aircraft door arrangement is characterised in that one (L1 b) of the two bearings (L1 a, L1 b) of at least one (G1) of the articulations (G1, G2) on the frame side is embodied (L1B) as a pivotal drive mounting (34) to which the pivotal drive (10) is fixed. Application File Date: 2003-12-05 Application Granted Date: 2009-08-25 Current Assignee: Airbus Helicopters Deutschland GmbH Patent Number: EP2644499A1 Aircraft door installation and Method of operation Abstract An aircraft exterior door installation comprising a door (13) pivotally attached to an airframe. A damper (27) is arranged to damp the motion of the door (13) as it is opened by rotating it away from the airframe. A coupling mechanism (22, 25) is arranged to couple the damper (27) with the door (13) over an opening damping range and decouple the damper (27) from the door (13) at the end of the opening damping range. The damper (27) does not damp the motion of the door as it opens further beyond the opening damping range. Instead of damping the door (13) over its full range of motion, it is only damped over a limited inner range of its motion. This enables the damping mechanism (22, 25) to be compact and light whilst also permitting the door (13) to open over a large angular range without being impeded by the damper (27). A further advantage of decoupling the door (13) and the damper (27) is that the damper does not need to extend into the airflow to the same extent as the door, thus minimising aerodynamic drag. Application File Date: 2012-03-27 Application Granted Date: 2014-03-19 Current Assignee: Airbus Operations SAS
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Table of Contents Chapter 1. Methodology and Scope 1.1. Research Methodology 1.2. Research Scope & Assumptions 1.3. List of Data SourcesChapter 2. Executive SummaryChapter 3. Global Aircraft Doors Market Outlook 3.1. Market Segmentation 3.2. Market Size and Growth Prospects, 2016 - 2027 3.3. Value Chain Analysis 3.4. Market Dynamics 3.4.1. Market driver analysis 3.4.2. Market restraint analysis | read more...