The commercial aircraft fuel systems market consists of the pumps that produce the pressure, various storage and safety systems, and the controls that provide that fuel to the engines and auxiliary power unit (APU). As such, it is part of an integrated system of systems that have no clear delineations between the operating elements and components.
The primary focus of this research was the provision of new components into new aircraft. In 2014, the three power market segments mentioned above had combined revenues of $ million.
The aftermarket portion was not included in the overall revenue assessment. That revenue was $ million for aftermarket parts sales, overhauls, and services.
This is a market strongly dominated by North American and European companies with most manufacturing occurring in those two regions. This is partly a reflection of the locations of the commercial aircraft manufacturers.
The marketplace is dominated by Eaton, Parker, UTC, Honeywell, and Crane. They appear to have the market comfortably cornered for the immediate future.
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