Airport sleeping pods are facilitated as sleeping spaces in airports where passengers rest in between flight stoppage. The airport sleeping pods are intended to support various facilities such as WiFi, television, spa & massage, free shower facilities, arrival services, security checks, and enhanced airport experience. Moreover, business passengers would like a sleeping pods with some of the business facilities which can be used for office purpose. The increasing need for capsule hotels for airport passengers will enable manufacturers to improve the quality of airport sleeping pods. The factors that drive the growth of the global airport sleeping pods market are the rising number of capsule hotels at airports, increasing demand for hotels or waiting rooms at airports, rapid rise in passenger traffic, rise in concept of smart airport, and other facilities. However, the shortcoming in the airport sleeping pods market inlcude high product costs, high maintenance costs, and adherence to stringent regulations regarding electrical components.
On the basis of region, the market is segmented into North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East, and South America. In the North America region, there is a rise in the number of air passengers. In the Asia Pacific region, rapid emergence of low-cost airlines, self-connecting air traffic, and tourism booms in Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia, would boost the airport sleepting pods market. For instance, Charlotte Douglas International Airport introduced sleeping pods, including a sofa bed, a T.V., a computer, and a shower, for travelers who want to take a comfortable nap. Similarly, JetBlue unveiled JetNap energy pods in JFK airport terminal in New York City, which look like futuristic reclining chairs playing music to bring relaxation and reduce distractions. The market for airport sleeping pods is estimated to witness a 6% CAGR during the forecast period.