New commercial aircraft and the need for greater air traffic efficiency are driving innovation
Suppliers say the commercial avionics market is recovering as fast as it ever has after past downturns, and this trend should continue through most of the decade. The market is robust for "forward fit" avionics in new commercial aircraft and business jets, with the three big players in the airline and bizjet sector--Thales, Rockwell Collins and Honeywell--prospering along with other suppliers. New aircraft such as the Airbus A380 and A350 transports and A400M military airlifter are ...
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