Key Companies in the Global Aircraft Cabin Interior Market, Leading with Rapid Technological Advancements

top aircraft cabin interior companies


Diehl Stiftung & Co. KG, JAMCO Corporation, Safran Group, EnCore Corporate, Inc., and Geven S.p.A., among others, are the major players in the global market for aircraft cabin interior.


As per the analysis by Expert Market Research, the global aircraft cabin interior market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.22% in the forecast period of 2024-2032, owing to the in-flight entertainment segment.


There is an increasing demand for comfort and technological services provided to passengers, which further pushes the global aircraft cabin interior market to grow.


Regionally, the global market for aircraft cabin interiors is dominated by North America. This can be attributed to the United States having a huge aviation industry and important international players. Meanwhile, the Asia Pacific region is anticipated to grow at a fast rate since regional firms like COMAC (China) and Mitsubishi are diversifying their business models. In addition, aviation and industrial sectors of growing economies like China and India are anticipated to drive the regional growth.


In May 2021, Geven launched a new economy class seat called SuperEco, which is categorised as the most basic and essential for the aviation cabins, offering maximum comfort and space. The SuperEco has armrests that can be folded up and put flat with the backrest, weighs 7.9 kg per seat, and has ‘unparalleled shin and knee clearance’.


It was announced that Geven and PriestmanGoode, a United Kingdom agency, have partnered to design the next-generation of aircraft seats. They will be developing a new family of economy, premium economy, and business class seats. With the new seats, Geven will have a flexible offering that will improve the traveller experience, are simple to configure for various aircraft platforms, and enable airline customisation.


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Top 5 Global Aircraft Cabin Interior Companies:

Diehl Stiftung & Co. KG

Headquarters: Nuremberg, Germany
Establishment: 1902


Diehl Stiftung is a globally active German technology enterprise which has six divisions: metal, controls, defence, aviation, and metering. Ausbildung, Ventures and Connectivity Solutions are its subsidiaries and brands. Diehl Aviation is the first tire supplier for avionics and cabin integration. The aviation division offers solutions that have increased hygiene within the aircraft cabin.


JAMCO Corporation

Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan
Establishment: 1949


JAMCO Corporation, a technology-oriented company, is an aircraft industry specialist providing comfortable and luxurious cabin spaces for customers. The four core business domains of the company are aircraft interiors, aircraft seats, aircraft maintenance, and aircraft components.


Safran Group

Headquarters: Paris, France
Establishment: 2005


An international technological company, Safran works in the aerospace, defence, and space industries. It is a major supplier of systems and equipment for helicopters and aeroplanes. They provide high-quality products for integrated aircraft cabins like lavatories, galleys, crew rests, and overhead bins, among others. The company is also a world leader in galleys, cabin liners, containers, and trolleys.


EnCore Corporate Inc.

Headquarters: California, United States
Establishment: 2011


EnCore is a Boeing company that manufactures aircraft interiors. They specialise in designing services with top industry experts to design, engineer, and manufacture their projects. Some of the products include seats, galleys, monuments, and lavatories, among others. Boeing acquired EnCore in the year 2019 when they officially began their commitment to delivering complete cabin solutions.


Geven S.p.A.

Headquarters: Nola, Italy
Establishment: 1984


Geven is one of the leaders in the industry of aircraft seating and interior manufacturing. They got their first order for aircraft seats at the end of the 1990s. The company is approved to carry out static and dynamic tests, flammability tests, and life cycle tests. Their manufacturing of interiors includes the production of galleys and a variety of seats for economy, premium and business classes.


*At Expert Market Research, we strive to always give you current and accurate information. The numbers depicted in the description are indicative and may differ from the actual numbers in the final EMR report.

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