According to the new research report published by The Insight Partners, titled “Aircraft Communication System Market is expected to reach US$ 13.06 billion by 2028; registering at a CAGR of 9.7% from 2022 to 2028, according to a new research study conducted by The Insight Partners

The global airspace market is experiencing a huge demand for satellite-based communication and navigation systems, owing to the limitation of air traffic management for long-haul flights over oceans. Till the last decade, radars were used to track aircraft over land or coastal areas, and with the help of radio, the flight tracks were determined. However, long-haul flights flying over the oceans are critical to track or locate by using radar, as air traffic management is not possible over the oceans, which makes the flight paths difficult to adjust in harsh weather conditions and other factors. With rapidly developing nations such as India, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Brazil, and others, various airlines in these regions are introducing long-haul flights to increase their footprints across the world. Therefore, the demand for satellite communication is expected to rise, which would escalate the need for enhanced communication and navigation systems in the coming years. Various research organizations are undertaking research initiatives to minimize the criticalities to track or locate aircraft flying over sea or ocean. Major research initiatives are being undertaken in the US and European nations, which are anticipated to boost the aircraft communication systems market growth during the forecast period. The Single Sky ATM Research (SESAR) initiative was adopted by the European Union to transform European airspace into high-performance air transport activity. Similarly, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) adopted NextGen Avionics initiative to bridge the communication gap between pilots and air traffic controllers. Various developed and developing countries are mandating the usage of Controller-Pilot Data Link Communication (CPDLC) and Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) for satellite communication and navigation during flights. These trends in the commercial aviation sector and the military aviation sector are anticipated to catalyze the demand for satellite-based communication and navigation systems in the coming years, contributing to the growth of the aircraft communication system market size.

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The aircraft communication system market is a highly fragmented market, with large to medium-sized enterprises operating in the field. These established companies invest significant amount in their research and development activities to develop and manufacture technologically advanced communication systems for commercial and military aircraft. The aircraft manufacturers are procuring advanced technologies to equip their airplanes with the latest technology and meet the demand for control towers and customers, which is influencing the aircraft communication system market growth. In addition, the military aircraft need to be equipped with sophisticated technologies, including robust communication systems, to communicate and navigate the aircraft easily during any situation. This factor is also driving the market growth at present and is anticipated to help the market grow during 2022–2028. Furthermore, the need for satellite communication is significantly increasing across the global aviation sector. Owing to the advantage of better communication in remote locations and overseas, the aircraft manufacturers are adopting SATCOM technologies for their new aircraft. These factors are contributing are offering lucrative business opportunities to the aircraft communication system market players.

Honeywell International Inc, Northrop Grumman Corporation, General Dynamic Corporation, L3Harris Technologies Inc, Cobham Plc, Thales Group, Collins Aerospace, Viasat Inc, Elbit Systems Ltd., and Airbus SE are among the key aircraft communication system market players operating across the globe. A few major developments in the global aircraft communication system market are mentioned below:

In 2022, MUAC and Indra announced the launch of its advanced controller-pilot communication system to automate data exchanges between aircraft in flight for better traffic management.

In 2022, Airbus SE launched Airspace Link HBCplus, a flexible satellite connectivity solution for enhancing their flight communication networks.

In November 2022, Aura Network Systems raised US$ 75 million for the development of wireless communications network for unmanned and autonomous aircrafts.

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