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Based on solution, the flight inspection market is segmented into routine and commissioning. The routine segment held a market share of over 60% in 2022 and is expected to grow at a lucrative pace till 2032. Routine flight inspections are essential for the maintenance and safety of aviation infrastructure. Regular inspections identify and address issues with navigation & communication systems before they lead to safety hazards or operational disruptions. By identifying & addressing potential issues during regular inspections, airports and aviation authorities can also prevent financial losses due to hazardous incidents that occur due to system malfunctions.
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Based on system, the flight inspection market is segmented into precision approach path indicator (PAPI), instrument landing system (ILS), very high frequency (VHF), omni-directional range (VOR), and distance measuring equipment (DME). The ILS segment is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 5% through 2032. Modern aircraft are equipped with advanced navigation systems that rely on precise guidance during landing. ILS systems play a critical role in providing this precision. The growth of more technologically advanced & larger aircraft in commercial aviation further underscores the importance of accurate ILS systems and the flight inspections that verify their performance. Accurate ILS systems contribute to reduced approach & landing delays at airports, particularly in low-visibility conditions. This enhances operational efficiency and improves passenger safety & satisfaction. To achieve these benefits, airports & aviation authorities invest in maintaining and upgrading ILS infrastructure, leading to an increased demand for flight inspection services.
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North America flight inspection market is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 5% between 2023 and 2032. North America is a leader in aviation technology and innovation. The region is at the forefront of adopting advanced navigation systems, such as satellite-based navigation (e.g., GPS), which requires specialized flight inspection services for commissioning and routine maintenance. The demand for flight inspections increases with the adoption of more advanced and integrated technologies.
North America is witnessing ongoing airport expansion and modernization projects to keep pace with growing air travel demands. For instance, in 2022, American Airlines completed the modernization & expansion of JFK International Airport, spending USD 400 million. These projects often involve the installation of new navigation & communication systems, driving the need for commissioning flight inspections to ensure compliance with safety & regulatory standards.