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The aircraft cabin lighting market has been forecast to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.43% over the next five years, increasing from a valuation of $960.8 million in 2012 to reach a market value of $1.25 billion by 2017.
With the increase in global air travel, growth in Passengers' investment appetite and to fight against the rising fuel prices, airlines are continuously improving and improvising to enhance their aircraft efficiency, luxury and comfort to the air travellers. Aircraft interior lighting is one of the key focus areas in this regard.
Light is an 'invisible', but critically important element of the aircraft cabin. Changing the brightness and the colour of the light can change the ambience, and it can also change the mood of people surrounded by the light. In the hands of the interior's designers, the light can be invigorating or relaxing, it can make you feel awake or lull you to sleep.
Normal cabin lighting is provided by fluorescent tubes that use electronic ballasts to control each individual light. That means the light can be dimmed continuously from full to partial output.
Their newest lights include LED's in combination with the fluorescent tubes to provide lights than can be dimmed all the way from 100% to 0% output. New fluorescent fixtures with two tubes instead of one standard tube enable colour changes of the lights to change the 'mood' of the cabin.
Aircrafts are moving towards the smarter LED lighting systems for benefits like increased efficiency, better control, less low power consumption, longer lifespan.
The recovery of the aviation sector from the 2007-08 global economic crisis has helped commercial aircraft manufacturers with new orders, with the majority of these orders coming from emerging regional economies such as APAC and BRIC.
For more information on the aircraft cabin lighting market, see the latest research: Aircraft Cabin Lighting Market
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