The global aircraft tugs market is expected to grow from USD 11,907.58 million 2017 to USD 38,072.79 million by the end of 2024 at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 18.06%.
On the basis of type, the global aircraft tugs market is studied across Electric Towbarless Remote-Controlled Aircraft Tugs, Engine Powered Conventional Tugs, Engine Powered Towbarless Tugs, The Common Tow Bar, and Tugs for Moving Light Aircraft.
On the basis of geography, the global aircraft tugs market is studied across Americas, (United States, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, and Argentina) Europe, Middle East & Africa, (United Kingdom, Germany, France, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Italy, and Russia) and Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, India, and Australia).
“Charlatte Manutention: The potential growing player for the global aircraft tugs market”
The key players profiled in the global aircraft tugs market are Charlatte Manutention, Douglas GmbH, Eagle Tug, Inc., Fresia SpA, Goldhofer AG, Harlan Global Manufacturing, John Bean Technologies Ltd.:, Kalmar Motor AB, Lektro, Inc., Nepean Group, TLD Group, TUG Technologies Corporation, Trepel Airport Equipment, VOLK Fahrzeugbau GmbH, and Weihai Guangtai.
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