Tactical development in defense and increasing terrorist activities have forced countries to keep a constant vigil and put in effect their defense modularization. This has to be at every level. With constant upgradation in aircrafts, this has become imperative. Militaries across the world have set their focus on training their pilots with the latest models and empower their squadrons in the process. The global military training aircraft market is all set to witness a robust CAGR during the forecast period (2018-2023), reveals Market Research Future (MRFR) in an extensive analysis. The report further includes factors such as military training aircraft as advanced training guide material, its secondary role as fighter plane of limited ability and supporting hand of the superior jets. These factors can drive the military training aircraft market further ahead during the forecast period.
On the flip side, several training aircraft is needed to train one pilot of the highest order. These aircrafts do not bear all functionalities of different aircrafts. Hence, this is often considered as a luxury investment in developing regions which can clog the easy military training aircraft market flow during the forecast period.
The U.S. Air Force has recently decided to retire their decades-old trainer fleet Northrop T-38 Talon and launch a new T-X model as flight training model. Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Leonardo, Stavatti Aerospace and Sierra Nevada Corporation are possible candidates for the agreement.
Austrian Armed Forces, on the other hand, has recently acquired four DA40 NG for flight training. Diamond Aircraft Industries GmbH sealed the deal with the Austrian government. Such tie-ups are always beneficial for the market.
The global military trainer aircraft market can be segmented by type and application.
By type, the military trainer aircraft market can be segmented into fixed-wing aircraft and rotary-wing aircraft.
Based on application, the military trainer aircraft market can be segmented into armed and non-armed.
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