(PRWEB) August 05, 2014
The European aircraft landing gear systems market under commercial aviation was $1691.4 million in 2013, and it is expected to reach $2073.6 million by 2018 at a CAGR of 3.45%. Europe has the highest concentration of aircraft landing gear systems companies. France is the main hub for landing gear systems manufactures in this region.
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Aircraft landing gear system is a major component of an aircraft that allows it to taxi, take-off, and land. The main objective behind this report is to identify the emerging trends in this growing market and to understand the market dynamics during the forecast period of 2013 to 2018. The current market size can be estimated to reach $4095.80 million by 2017.
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Aircraft landing gear system market covers nose landing gear and main landing gear. These systems differ according to the type of aircraft, depending on the size of the aircraft. The initial design and sizing of the system is a challenge in the development of landing gear as it encompasses numerous engineering disciplines. Each landing gear has a shock strut, and is designed to absorb the shock that would otherwise be transmitted to the airframe during landing, taxing, and take-off. The major components of a landing gear include hydraulics systems, wheels, shock strut, retraction actuators, and brakes assembly.
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North America Landing Gear & Undercarriage Market
A landing gear is a complex structure that supports and stabilizes an aircraft on ground. A commercial aircraft has a nose and main landing gear; these system components include brakes, shock absorbers, retraction mechanisms, wheels and tires, actuators, and hydraulic systems. The extension and retraction of the gear and the operation of the doors are controlled by Landing Gear Control and Interface Units (LGCIUs).The estimated market value for the North American aircraft Landing Gear & Undercarriage market will increase from $1,550.80 million in 2013 to $2,022.20 million by 2018. The CAGR for this period is estimated at 5.45%.
This report presents a complete analysis of the Landing Gear & Undercarriage market in North America across the forecast period of five years (2013 - 2018). It analyses the market by aircraft type, landing gear type, and geography. Aircraft types are further segmented into very large aircraft, wide body aircraft, narrow body aircraft, and regional transportation aircraft.
The market size for the aircraft Landing Gear & Undercarriage market shows an increase over the forecasted period and will continue to be a fast evolving market. Increase in air traffic, need for new lightweight landing gears, and new aircraft orders are the factors which are driving the growth of the market. It is observed that the narrow body aircraft segment has the highest market value compared to the other aircraft types.
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