Airrahe Ultralights Sat, 15 Jan 2022 14:49:13 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Airrahe Ultralights 32 32 Swedish police track drone seen flying over Forsmark nuclear power plant Sat, 15 Jan 2022 11:21:00 +0000

General view of the nuclear power plant in Forsmark, Sweden, June 14, 2010. REUTERS/Scanpix/Bertil Ericson

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STOCKHOLM, Jan 15 (Reuters) – Swedish police deployed patrols and helicopters to the Forsmark nuclear power plant to track down a large drone seen flying over the site on Friday evening, but were unable to catch the unmanned vehicle, they said. they said on Saturday.

The incident came a day after the Swedish military began patrolling the main town on the Baltic Sea island of Gotland amid heightened tensions between NATO and Russia and a recent deployment of Russian landing craft in the Baltic. Read more

Forsmark, which is Sweden’s largest electricity producer, is on the Baltic coast about 150 km (93 miles) north of the capital, Stockholm.

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Police saw the drone, first spotted by a security guard, move around the factory before disappearing towards Graso Island.

“Police continue to try to locate the drone, even with their own (drones), but without success,” police said in an incident report on their website, adding that there were no sign that the drone has dropped anything in the area or has landed.

He also cited unconfirmed reports of possible drone sightings at the Ringhals nuclear power plant on the country’s west coast.

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China’s High-Profile Liaoning Aircraft Carrier Is ‘Flawed’; US Commander Says His ‘Operational Restrictions’ Are Exposed Sat, 15 Jan 2022 03:09:52 +0000

A symbol of Chinese prestige and naval prowess, the Liaoning aircraft carrier appears to have certain operational limitations, according to a US Navy commander.

These revelations included details of an image of the Chinese aircraft carrier Liaoning taken from the USS Mustin guided missile destroyer during a close encounter in the disputed South China Sea last year.

While recounting the incident, Vice Admiral Roy Kitchener, the commander of US naval surface forces, claimed the Chinese aircraft carrier was subject to “operating restrictions”. The USS Mustin followed the Liaoning and was able to photograph and observe the carrier, he claimed.

He revealed at the Surface Navy Association’s annual conference on Tuesday that American crew members “realized that at some point all the Chinese escorts kind of backed off” because “there’s operations restriction they had around the carrier”.

“The USS Mustin didn’t have those (restrictions),” he said. “They kept going, found a good station and sat next door taking pictures and doing other things for quite a while.”

The captain and deputy commander of the USS Mustin sat side by side in the blink of an eye, watching Liaoning, which was only a few miles away. The photo was widely circulated around the world and seen as a message to the People’s Liberation Army (PLA).

Officers from the USS Mustin watch the Liaoning during the encounter. Photo: US Navy

China’s response

While the episode was decisive for American sailors, it infuriated China, which responded vehemently. Chinese authorities called the activities “very vile” and accused the United States of threatening Chinese ships and troops.

The ease with which US Navy personnel were able to photograph Chinese aircraft carriers was a key point of discussion last year. Lu Li-shih, a former instructor at the Taiwan Naval Academy in Kaohsiung, was cited by SCMP saying, “Liaoning may have been busy with a complicated exercise, allowing US officers to take pictures.”

Meanwhile, Song Zhongping, a former Chinese military instructor, argued that the PLA followed pre-planned travel routines, but the operational parameters for US crews were more flexible.

“It is very common for warships to sail so close for parallel surveillance during unexpected encounters on the high seas,” Lu said. “But it is rare for the captain and his deputy to sit together, which shows that Liaoning gave the USS Mustin plenty of time to take the picture due to its operating restrictions.”

Liaoning-Aircraft Carrier
Liaoning aircraft carrier

Last year, the photo was chosen for a Chinese navy photo gallery to commemorate the 72nd anniversary of the navy. This underscored American concern over China’s rise, Beijing-based military expert Zhou Chenming told SCMP.

“When we go on operations now, whether it’s on the east coast or the west coast, the Black Sea, the South China Sea, we’re there one-on-one with our adversaries,” Kitchener said. “They’re there. They’re representing. And we’re managing the risk, and our sailors are getting really good. The US Navy is used to working alongside other troops, but encounters with Chinese naval troops have intensified in recent years so that tensions between the two nations have escalated.

Chinese aircraft carrier Liaoning

Liaoning, a Chinese Type 001 aircraft carrier deployed in 2012, is PLAN’s first surface carrier. The ship was renamed Varyag in 1990.

Chinese aircraft carrier Liaoning - Wikipedia
Chinese aircraft carrier Liaoning – Wikipedia

It was originally designed for the Soviet Navy as a “large aircraft-carrying cruiser”. In 1998, a Chinese tour operator purchased the incomplete hull, and three years later the ship was towed from Ukraine to China, where it underwent a major hull, radar and electronics upgrade.

Liaoning’s air wing marks a substantial step forward in PLAN air capabilities, although it, like the carrier itself, has limitations. The aircraft aboard Liaoning are capable and modern, although largely limited by the ship’s aircraft launch mechanism.

The carrier’s air wing includes 24 Shenyang J-15 fighters, six Changhe Z-18F anti-submarine warfare (ASW) helicopters, four Changhe Z-18J airborne early warning helicopters and two Harbin rescue helicopters. Z-9C.

Nine J-15s, nearly half of the total number ever produced, aboard Liaoning.

This combination of aircraft is in line with Soviet aircraft carrier doctrine, which calls for providing support to nuclear submarines, large surface fighters and land attack bombers to be supported by aircraft carriers.

The Liaoning Air Force suffers from a lack of manpower training and experience compared to other countries. In November 2012, pilots from Chinese aircraft carriers began training aboard the ship, and PLAN qualified its first air wing of domestically trained J-15 pilots in 2015.

Boom in holiday demands triggered by easing of covid rules, but airport bosses say it will take at least 2025 for the industry to recover Fri, 14 Jan 2022 13:29:00 +0000

Impatient vacationers who have been on the ground too long have sparked a massive boom in travel enquiries.

Industry leaders Barrhead Travel are reporting a massive 165% increase in queries for the year ahead, but cautious aviation chiefs have warned they will need years to recover properly.

The relaxation of strict coronavirus testing rules last week, which resulted in the scrapping of expensive PCRs and the end of the isolation protocol, is believed to be behind the boom.

And the East Renfrewshire-based company says it’s a sign that “confidence is returning to the market”.

The Scottish Government announced last week that from Friday January 7, fully vaccinated travelers arriving here will no longer be required to take pre-departure covid tests or self-isolate on arrival until they receive a negative result.

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Instead, from last Sunday, a negative lateral flow test on the second day after arrival replaced the need for expensive PCR confirmation.

The UK-wide measures were implemented following an agreement with the Welsh, Downing Street and Northern Ireland governments.

Glasgow Airport owners believe a long recovery will be needed

And now Barrhead Travel bosses have revealed the move has sparked a massive uptick in customer enquiries, as well as growing demand for travel before the end of March, as impatient travelers desperately seek travel to sunnier climes and grounded Scots seek to reunite with loved ones. those abroad after a delay benefit from the relaxation of the rules.

Jacqueline Dobson, President of Barrhead Travel, said: “Travel is set to make a significant comeback in 2022 with restrictions continuing to ease across the world. People have missed out on travel a lot in recent years – whether for holidays, business or to find loved ones.

“January is traditionally the most popular time of year to book holidays and we are already seeing much more confidence in the market than at this time last year. Omicron caused some uncertainty in December, but the Eased testing will go a long way to kick-start the travel recovery Our customers tell us they can’t wait for their holidays this year.

“One of the biggest hurdles was testing costs and we’re already seeing a difference in how relaxation builds confidence.”

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She added that with one in five new bookings soaring before the end of March, they hope the figure will continue to accelerate over the next few weeks, saying: “‘Before Omicron, bookings for Last-minute vacations were on the rise – this trend naturally slowed in December due to increased uncertainty and restrictions. Now we expect to see higher demand for late departures.

“Summer 2022 is also selling very well as families seek deals while pricing and value-added offers are still available for school holiday dates. Availability for 2022 is expected to decrease faster than usual Due to the demand and volume of rescheduled bookings, we recommend anyone hoping to travel in the spring or summer this year to book as soon as possible.”

The itinerary’s top destinations for travel in 2022 include Tenerife – which grew in popularity by 222% – New York, which saw a boom of 116% and the ever-popular Orlando – up 64%.

The agency said travel “experiences” and so-called “bucket list” destinations such as Lapland and Japan are also “significantly” up.
The average length of vacation stay has also doubled from seven to 14 days as travelers throw everything behind a long-awaited vacation.

Industry body the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) also reports that 61% of people plan to go on holiday abroad this year and almost half plan to spend more.

But AGS Airports, owner of famed Glasgow airport, warned that while signs of improvement are there, they expect a long recovery will be needed.

They warned that it will take at least 2025 for the sector to rebound.

Passengers in the arrivals hall after arriving on a flight from Amsterdam at Glasgow Airport
AGS says there is no immediate increase in passengers at Glasgow Airport

An AGS spokesperson told the Express: “From conversations we’ve had with our airline partners, they are seeing an increase in demand for forward bookings in light of the recent removal of restrictions and it is encouraging to see that Barrhead Travel sees this as well..

“It is important to stress that these are forward bookings for the summer and beyond. There is no immediate increase in passenger numbers at the airport. While this is encouraging, it will take years for our airports and the whole industry to return to pre-covid levels – most likely 2025/2026 and beyond.”

Prior to the pandemic, Glasgow Airport was Scotland’s main long-haul airport, home to 30 airlines serving more than 120 destinations around the world, including Canada, the United States, the Caribbean, Europe and the Gulf.

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]]> Stakeholders decry the influx of foreign airlines into Nigerian airports and say it will stifle the growth of domestic airlines Fri, 14 Jan 2022 03:36:05 +0000

Amos Akpan

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Operators and other stakeholders in the aviation industry have cried out against the continued designation of international airlines to several airports in Nigeria, saying it will stifle the growth of national carriers.

Many foreign carriers serve more than one international airport in Nigeria and industry analysts believe the development is hurting the growth of Nigerian airlines and have advised the federal government to introduce a policy that would force foreign airlines to partner with local airlines to pick up passengers further afield.

Stakeholders argued that over the past two years more airlines have joined the market and that they would like to expand their operations to regional and international destinations, but may not be able to compete if the government allows foreign operators to serve more than one airport in the country. .

Stakeholders also said that other countries in Africa and beyond make it a condition of operation; that foreign airlines should partner with local airlines.

Stakeholders were reacting to the report that the Federal Government had granted Doha-based Qatar Airlines two more destinations in Nigeria, meaning the airline would operate to Lagos, Abuja, Kano and Port Harcourt.
On its official social media handle, Qatar Airways said it had received permission from the Nigerian government to fly to Port Harcourt and Kano airports.

“We welcome Kano and Port Harcourt in Nigeria to our growing African network, with flights commencing in early March 2022, via Abuja to Doha and beyond to over 140 destinations.”

Lufthansa, Air France, British Airways and others operate at more than one airport in Nigeria.
Managing Director of Flight and Logistics Solutions Limited, Amos Akpan, told THISDAY that it is surprising that the government can currently designate foreign airlines at many airports in the country, when there is a collective will to develop the national airlines.

“I cannot situate in Nigeria’s aviation development program the granting of entry to Qatar airways at Kano and Port Harcourt in addition to existing flight frequencies to Abuja and Lagos. I have read and heard from the Minister and the NCAA Chief Executive that Nigeria wants to develop Nigerian National Operators which will encourage investment in the sector. This decision will not help the growth of domestic operators; So I don’t foresee the benefits for our national operators.

“Instead, it will expand the business and grow the economy of Qatar Airways in Nigeria. This will in turn put pressure on the demand for foreign exchange due to demand for remittances. With the exception of Doha, How many other airports in Qatar Air Peace or Azman Air can be designated We really need to focus on actions to develop our aviation industry We should review our bilateral agreements on air services We should encourage national operators for distribution in Nigeria for international operators,” Akpan said.

He also pointed out that the excuse that Nigerian domestic operators cannot synchronize with international operations is false as most Nigerian airlines have passed the IATA operations specification audit satisfactorily. (IOSA) required as a global standard for operators by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).

“For us, it’s a question of political will to develop our industry. Increased frequencies by domestic operators of connecting traffic distribution for international flights will increase the ability to acquire equipment, recruit and train young Nigerians,” Akpan added.

The Secretary General of the Aviation Round Table (ART) and former MMIA Commander, Group Captain John Ojikutu (Retired) also told THISDAY that giving foreign airlines more than two airports in Nigeria, c is to expose them on internal roads and therefore on the internal market. national airline markets.

“For me it is either Lagos or Abuja and not Lagos and Abuja and any other among Port Harcourt, Kano and Enugu (excluding prime geographic area of ​​Lagos and Abuja) to any foreign airline. However, foreign airlines can be allocated as many frequencies as they wish per day to the airports of choice Thanks to interlining, national airlines can be assured of improving their domestic markets by distributing international passengers connecting with these airlines foreign.

Over the years, aviation industry players have campaigned against multiple designation because it gives foreign airlines the ability to operate at many of the country’s airports and thus prevents local carriers from airlifting passengers from different airports to one or two airports designated only for international operations.

For example, if Turkish Airlines were designated to land only at Abuja airport, it would partner with local airlines to bring passengers there from other airports in the country. Over time, the partnership may evolve into the local airline selling tickets for the foreign carrier and exchanging technical personnel and training.

However, the Minister of Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika, said at the start of his tenure as Minister that he believed that every region of the country should have an international airport so that travelers would spend less money to get to Lagos or Abuja to connect. flight to their international destinations.

“We have chosen to make Enugu, Port Harcourt and Kano airports international airports. Stakeholders wanted us to only do Abuja and Lagos international airports and use smaller planes to pick up passengers and transport them to their locations. I am a decision maker and I look at the haves and have-nots. It will cost an average businessman around a thousand dollars to book a hotel and board flights to these airports from Lagos and Abuja. We will serve you where you are,” Sirika said.

One person sent to hospital after truck falls off I-95 overpass in Howland Thu, 13 Jan 2022 21:07:00 +0000

HOWLAND, Maine (WABI) – Police say a person was taken to hospital today after a truck carrying a trailer full of snowmobiles hit a patch of ice and flew off a I-95 overpass in Howland.

“We don’t come very often where they come off the highway and drop about 20 to 25 feet,” said Patrick O’Kane, assistant fire chief at Howland.

One person was sent to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries while the other two in the vehicle remained at the scene.

“I thought it would be much worse than it was. A gentleman was taken to hospital with a deep laceration, and that was it. And the others are there to take care of the snowmobiles and everything that was destroyed in the accident,” said Trooper Kari Kurth of the Maine State Police.

“I consider them rather lucky. The fact that they’re doing 75 miles an hour and they’ve done this fall without major or life-threatening injuries,” O’Kane said.

“They are pretty shaken up. They’re pretty upset about it all. Glad to be alive, but they’re pretty disappointed with what happened,” Cavalier Kurth said.

Once the truck was towed, the next step was to free the snowmobiles from the damaged trailer.

“So the wrecking crew pulled three out with the tow truck. One of them they pulled out of the trailer with minor damage, cosmetic issues on the sleds, that’s what it looks like” , O’Kane said.

The road was closed for more than two hours while crews also attended to fallen wires.

“Fire departments in the area, especially the smaller communities, we train and train and train for anything we can do. It’s hard to practice for a vehicle falling 20 to 25 feet off a bridge,” O’Kane said.

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Thailand plans to buy new fighter jets Thu, 13 Jan 2022 10:31:36 +0000

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Deliveries of the low-rate initial production AN/WSN-12 systems are expected to begin in June 2022. (Northrop Grumman)

Northrop Grumman is set to begin shipping the first Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP) models of its AN/WSN-12 Inertial Navigation Systems (INS) sensor assemblies in June 2022, Michael Corrigan, Director of Maritime Systems & Integration company and Charlottesville site manager, says

“We’re in the process of building the LRIP units,” Corrigan said in a Dec. 17, 2021 interview, ahead of the Surface Navy Association’s National Symposium, which kicked off Jan. 11 in Arlington, Virginia.

The first ship scheduled to receive the new system is the USS guided missile destroyer.
(DDG-96) in September, Corrigan said.

Since the AN/WSN-12 footprint is similar to the previous system, replacing the systems should be relatively easy and non-invasive, he said. “It’s a relatively simple process, done during an availability.”

Northrop Grumman has supplied the AN/WSN-7 INS to the United States Navy (USN) for its fleet for decades, delivering the 500th WSN-7 cabinet in September 2021, anchored by the system’s ring laser gyroscope technology.

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New Riyadh Airport Hotel Wed, 12 Jan 2022 16:30:16 +0000

Radisson Hotel Group opens its fourth brand in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with the opening of the Radisson Hotel Riyadh Airport.

The Radisson Hotel Riyadh Airport has 471 rooms, including duplex suites, three-bedroom villas and connecting family rooms with a wide range of amenities such as coffee machines and rain showers to make the stay of every memorable customer.

The family villas are equipped with a private swimming pool, separate living room, dining room with fully equipped kitchen and washing machine, distributed over three floors, they are ideal for those planning an extended stay or looking for additional space.

Located just 25 minutes from the city center and five kilometers from King Khalid International Airport, the Radisson Hotel Riyadh Airport offers easy access to the city’s major sights, such as Riyadh’s leisure destination and the Gateway. affairs of Riyadh. In addition, the Radisson Hotel Riyadh Airport offers its guests three outdoor swimming pools, two indoor swimming pools, a separate fitness studio for women and men and a spa.

The hotel has two restaurants offering international and Arabic dishes. Start the day off right with a ‘super breakfast’ on the Lune Terrace, or enjoy all-day dining from the extensive a la carte menu for lunch and dinner. The Kasbah Café on the ground floor offers a variety of light international dishes and shisha on the pergola terrace.

Offering an ideal venue for any event, including large groups or weddings, the hotel offers 11 meeting rooms with state-of-the-art technology and a soon-to-open auditorium covering over 1,800 square meters.

TTG – Travel Industry News Wed, 12 Jan 2022 10:51:56 +0000

Jet2 is also reducing single-use plastics on board its planes by 80% by 2023 and is launching a hotel sustainability charter.

Managing Director Steve Heapy said the launch of the compensation program marked “the first major step on our journey to net zero.”

“It is our responsibility to pay for every tonne of carbon we emit and today’s announcement makes this a reality, which means that from January 1, 2022, our customers can rest assured that Jet2. com and Jet2holidays have their carbon covered, ”he said.

“This, however, is just one important step on our journey to achieving our sustainability goals. 2022 also marks the completion of our carbon neutral land operations, and we also power our offices with 100% renewable energy.

“This year, we will also continue to make progress in developing our commitment to sustainable aviation fuel as well as our hotel sustainability charter, so that we become more sustainable in the air, on the ground and in the station.

Heapy said Jet2 “will call on national and European governments” to align with “increased aviation regulations” by taking their own steps to decarbonize the industry.

“This includes investing the proceeds of the UK and EU emissions trading systems, as well as any other green taxes imposed on the aviation industry, directly into decarbonization, as well as communication where these products are invested, ”he added.

“We will also continue to push for airspace reforms across Europe that will dramatically and immediately reduce carbon emissions in EU airspace by at least 10%.”

Five exciting new products from CES 2022 Tue, 11 Jan 2022 20:05:27 +0000

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2022, held in Las Vegas, last week attracted 2,300 exhibiting companies from around the world, including more than 800 startups. They unveiled innovative products in the fields of artificial intelligence (AI), automotive technology, digital health, smart home and more.

Here are five that stole the show:

Speed ​​up the plow

The John Deere 8R autonomous tractor is expected to go on sale later this year. According to the company, the tractor has six pairs of stereo cameras, allowing 360-degree obstacle retention and distance calculation. The images pass through a neural network which determines whether the machine stops or continues to operate. It can prepare over 325 acres of soil in 24 hours, without the need for a driver.

He promises to make farmers twice as productive. Rather than trying to cope with the physical burden of driving, they can focus their energy on other farming tasks, while keeping an eye on their tractors via mobile devices. Jahmy Hindman, chief technology officer at John Deere, told CES, “If you visit a farm, you will see as much technology in the field as in Silicon Valley.

What to cook?

Korean food tech startup Beyond Honeycomb has created an AI-driven food processor that can replicate the texture and taste of gourmet dishes using food sensors during the cooking process. The goal is to democratize the kitchen so that more people can access tasty dishes created by the best chefs in the world. “Today, many commercial kitchens face labor shortages and highly skilled chefs are limited to serving at one location at a time,” he said. “We are reshaping commercial kitchens to create a digital platform. With a digitized set of chef skills and taste data, the platform serves casual but premium daily meals like sandwiches, burgers, grills and salads, at low prices.

Flying car

At CES, Japanese aerodynamic technology startup SkyDrive launched its ultra-light, compact, emissions-free electric flying vehicle, the Model SD-03. It is designed to take off and land vertically “with exceptional stability”. The SD-05 model is currently under development and is expected to be used as an air taxi. SkyDrive COO Takehiro Sato said: “What we want to see in the future are SkyDrive vehicles taking off and landing in your parking lots and helipads on top of buildings, doing air transport. door to door a realistic choice of daily urban transport. “

Opportunity shots

Masonite International [DOOR] unveiled an M-Pwr smart door. The exterior door has a built-in video doorbell, Yale smart lock, and motion-sensing LED welcome lighting. You can also use a smartphone app to check if the door is open or closed, and lock or unlock it with a single touch wherever you are. Open Sesame!

Invisible earphones

Israeli company Noveto has launched the N1, a smart audio device using its Smart Beaming technology, which sends ultrasound silently through the air until it reaches only you and your ears. According to the company, it’s like “having invisible headphones. Standing in front of the N1 smart speaker, sound hits you, magically radiated just outside your left and right ears. The N1 is a single, compact desktop device, and you don’t carry any additional hardware devices, headphones, or wires. For the others next to you, the experience is also magical, as they only hear a whisper and you can still talk to each other without being isolated by obstructive headphones. Sounds like a great device for listening to music in shared offices or for playing sports late at night in bed while your partner is sleeping next to you.

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Commercial Aircraft Oxygen Systems Market $ 1.40 Billion Growth | 11.54% year-on-year growth achieved in 2021 Tue, 11 Jan 2022 13:00:00 +0000

One of the main growth drivers in this market is the preference for aircraft with advanced technology. In addition, the demand for maintaining a safe cabin environment for passengers and the regulatory requirement to install oxygen systems will further accelerate the growth of the market. However, delays in aircraft deliveries will reduce the growth potential of the market.

Technavio expects the market size for commercial aircraft oxygen systems to increase by $ 1.40 billion between 2020 and 2025. However, the market growth dynamics are expected to slow to a CAGR of over 12% during the forecast period.

Commercial Aircraft Oxygen Systems Market: Segment Highlights

  • By aircraft type, the narrow-body aircraft segment generates maximum revenue in the market.
  • The growing demand for fuel-efficient aircraft, coupled with the growing popularity of no-frills or low-cost carriers (LCCs) in many emerging and developed economies, is driving the growth of the segment.
  • In addition, the growing demand for new generation aircraft and the increasing demand for cabin comfort in the aircraft are contributing to the growth of the narrow-body aircraft segment.
  • Market growth in the segment will be significant during the forecast period.

Regional analysis

  • 35% of the growth will come from the North American region.
  • Growing demand for new aircraft driven by the commercialization of new routes and point-to-point connections is driving the growth of the commercial aircraft oxygen systems market in North America.
  • The growth of the aviation and aerospace industry is also contributing to the growth of the regional market.
  • The United States and Canada are the key markets for commercial aircraft oxygen systems in North America. Market growth in this region will be slower than market growth in Europe and APAC.

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  • The commercial aircraft oxygen systems market size is expected to decelerate to a CAGR of over 12% during the forecast period.
  • The commercial aircraft oxygen systems market is segmented by type (narrow-body aircraft, wide-body aircraft, and regional aircraft), components (storage system, delivery system, and masks or cannulas), and geography (North America, Europe, APAC, South America, and MEA).
  • The market is concentrated due to the presence of a few established sellers with significant market share.
  • The research report offers information on several market vendors including Adams Rite Aerospace Inc., AMETEK Inc., Cobham Plc, East / West Industries Inc., Meggitt Plc, Precise Flight Inc., Raytheon Technologies Corp., Rostec State Corp., Rostec State Corp. ., Safran SA, and Ventura Aerospace Inc.

Associated reports:

1. Aircraft Cabin Upgrades Market by Type and Geography – Forecast and Analysis 2022-2026

2. Aircraft Cabin Interior Market by Product and Geography – Forecast and Analysis 2021-2025

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Growth dynamics and CAGR

Decelerate to a 12% CAGR

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North America, Europe, APAC, South America and MEA

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North America at 35%

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United States, France, Germany, China, Canada and Brazil

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Leading companies, competitive strategies, reach of consumer engagement

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Adams Rite Aerospace Inc., AMETEK Inc., Cobham Plc, East / West Industries Inc., Meggitt Plc, Precise Flight Inc., Raytheon Technologies Corp., Rostec State Corp., Safran SA and Ventura Aerospace Inc.

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