Increasing Adoption of Smart EFB Solutions to Promote Growth:
Jeppesen has developed a suite of EFB solutions that allow efficient data communication through aircraft connectivity, distribution, reduces flight plan production and storage costs by entirely digitizing the flight briefing. Companies like them constantly focus on implementing advanced solutions to increase airline efficiency and reduce operational costs. Besides, special attention to streamlining the workflow of pilots is anticipated to surge the adoption of advanced electronic flight bags, thereby leading to exponential market growth.
This information is published by Fortune Business Insights in its report, titled “Electronic Flight Bag Market, 2021-2028.” An EFB is used to store and retrieve essential documents such as weather information, operating manuals, route information, and other information during flight operations. T
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Based on type, the market is divided into the portable and installed segment. On the basis of component, the market is classified into hardware and software. While, based on the system, the market is segmented into commercial and military.
- Based on the platform, the commercial segment held a market share of about 85.5% in 2020 and is likely to remain at the forefront. This is due to the presence of a large commercial fleet across the globe that is expected to boost the product’s demand during the foreseeable future.
List of the Companies Operating in the Market:
- Airbus SAS (the Netherlands)
- The Boeing Company (The U.S.)
- Collins Aerospace (The U.S.)
- L3Harris Technologies Inc. (The U.S.)
- Thales Group (France)
- CMC Electronics Inc. (Canada)
- Jeppesen (The U.S.)
- Astronautics Corporation of America (The U.S.)
- Lufthansa Systems (Germany)
- DAC International, Inc. (The U.S.)
- Teledyne Controls (The U.S.)
- Esterline Technologies Corporation (The U.S.)
Finally, based on the region, the market is segregated into North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East and Africa.
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North America – The market in the region is expected to remain dominant and hold the largest global electronic flight bag market share during the forecast period. This is owing to the increasing demand for next-generation aircraft in countries such as the U.S. North America stood at USD 0.74 billion in 2020.
Asia-Pacific – The market in the region is anticipated to showcase considerable growth in the forthcoming years. This is attributable to the rising air travel that is propelling airline operators to procure aircraft in large numbers. This is likely to surge the demand for advanced electronic flight bags in the region between 2021 and 2028.
Facility Expansion by Major Companies to Intensify Industry Competition
The market is fragmented by the presence of major companies striving to maintain their dominance and further expand their product portfolio. These companies are focusing on expanding their facilities to provide advanced electronic flight bags for airline operators. Other key players are adopting proactive strategies such as partnership, collaboration, and merger and acquisition that are likely to favor the growth of the market during the forecast period.
- April 2019 – Ethiopian Airlines awarded a contract to Flightman for providing advanced EFBs for its entire aircraft fleet. The contract is expected to strengthen the position of the company.
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