Air lift control devices are the devices that are used in the aircrafts while take-off and landing. These devices have several applications in aviation of a commercial, business and military aircrafts. The aviation in the aircrafts takes place with the combination of several operating components such as flaps, boundary layer control & blowing systems, spoilers, slats & slots, vortex generators and leading edge flaps. The take-off and landing of the aircrafts are totally dependent on the size of wing because it determines the speed and distance at which the aircraft should take off. The better air lift control devices used in the aircrafts may help to reduce the distance and speed of taking-off in an easy way. Mainly this is possible by increasing the size of wings of aircrafts. The other operation of airlift control devices are such as flap of aircraft intensifies the maximum lift and at the time of requirement the lift is augmented in with changes in flap direction.

Military and naval forces in various countries are using the innovative aviation technology in fighter jets and bombers which is booting the market for aircraft lift control devices. North America and Europe with the presence of leading market players and manufacturing of latest and innovative technological component is expected to hold the largest market shares in the global aircraft lift control devices.

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Aircraft Lift Control Device Market – Competitive Landscape

UTC Aerospace Systems (Collins Aerospace)

Collins Aerospace, a United Technologies subsidiary, is one of the world’s largest suppliers of aerospace and defense products, headquartered in West Palm Beach, Florida. The company also provides airlift control devices to their customers. Recently WOOD DALE, Illinois — AAR has signed a long-term contract with aviation electronics manufacturer Collins Aerospace which will provide component repair support for Collins Aerospace products used by AAR’s growing portfolio of airline customers under long-term component support agreements.


Boeing is the aerospace company and manufacturer of commercial jetliners, defense, space and security systems, aircraft lift control devices and service provider of aftermarket support. The company is leading manufacturing exporter in Americas that supports airlines and U.S. and allied government customers in more than 150 countries. Boeing products and tailored services include commercial and military aircraft, satellites, weapons, electronic and defense systems, launch systems, advanced information and communication systems, and performance-based logistics and training also in the field of aircraft lift control devices.

Triumph Group

Triumph Group, LLC engages in the manufacture and supply of aerostructures for commercial, military, and business jet aircraft worldwide. The company offers fuselages, wings, empennages, nacelles, and helicopter cabins to aerospace original equipment manufacturers. It also provides design, testing, manufacturing, and support services for aircraft lift control devices. Triumph Aerostructures, LLC was formerly known as Vought Aircraft Industries, Inc. and changed its name to Triumph Aerostructures, LLC in June 2010 as a result of its acquisition by Triumph Group, Inc.

VectorNav Technologies

VectorNav Technologies is the provider of embedded navigation solutions and a producer of inertial navigation systems by the modern miniature MEMS sensor and GPS/GNSS technology. With experience in the development and testing of spacecraft, launch vehicles, and micro-aerial vehicles, aircraft lift control devices, VectorNav provides innovative solutions to a wide range of complex and demanding industrial and military applications and aircraft solutions. VectorNav applies the aerospace-grade filtering and calibration techniques into industrial grade MEMS sensors and GPS/GNSS technology, expanding the possibilities of today’s emerging technologies.

Scintrex Geoscientific Sensors

Shimadzu Corporation manufactures and sells analytical and measuring instruments, medical systems, industrial machinery, and aircraft equipment. The company offers aircraft lift control devices, analytical and measuring instruments, such as gas and liquid chromatography, gas and liquid chromatograph-mass spectrometry, GC system, data management and software, mass and molecular spectroscopy, elemental analysis, column and consumable, surface analysis, life science lab instrument, total organic carbon analysis, continuous monitoring analysis, thermal analysis, particle size analysis, materials testing and inspection, non-destructive testing, and balance products.

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Some of the key players operating in the global Aircraft Lift Control Device market with significant developments include Shimadzu Corporation, Spirit Aerosystem, Boeing Aerostructres Australia, Triumph Aerostructure, GKN Aerospace, Aernnova, and UTC Aerospace Systems.

Aircraft Lift Control Device Market – Dynamics

Adoption of New and Innovative Technologies in Aircraft Lift Control

The aircraft manufacturers are majorly focusing on research and development of latest aviation technologies. The companies that are manufacturing components of aircraft lift control are also concentrating on manufacturing light weight lift controlling devices. The companies are also facilitating advancements in wings into which elevators are hinged has the opposite effect to the main wing. The innovative horizontal stabilizer are being provided that creates a downward force which balances the nose down moment due to the airplane’s center of gravity being located in front of the center of lift, and other moments due to the effects of drag and engine thrust. These developments inn aircraft lift devices are boosting the market.

Demand for Hydraulically Powered Control Surfaces in Aircraft Lift Control Device

The hydraulically powered control surfaces are those tools that use liquid fluid power to do simple work, operated by the use of hydraulics, where a liquid is the powering medium. As the complexity and weight of mechanical flight control systems increase significantly with the size and performance of the aircraft. For an instance, the Boeing 737 incorporates a system, whereby in the unlikely event of total hydraulic system failure, it automatically and seamlessly reverts to being controlled via servo-tab. On the other hand in the case if the hydraulic system fails, then control surfaces are can be operated by servo tabs in a process known as manual reversion.

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