March 20, 2023

The global aerospace parts manufacturing market size is projected to grow at a rapid rate with the emergence of composite materials in the aerospace & defense industry, observes Fortune Business Insights™ in its report, titled “Aerospace Parts Manufacturing Market Size, Share & Industry Analysis, By Type (Engine, Aerostructures, Cabin Interiors, Avionics, Insulation Components, Equipment, Support & systems), By Aircraft (Commercial, Military, Others) and Regional Forecast, 2019-2026”. The introduction of novel materials such as carbon-fiber composites is changing the landscape of aeronautical engineering. For example, over 20% of the Airbus A380 is composed of composite materials, with glass-fiber reinforced and carbon-fiber reinforced polymer being extensively utilized in fuselage components, doors, tail surfaces, and wings. The A320 also uses a variety of composites, which have brought down its weight by 800kg compared to its aluminium alloy counterpart. These novel materials are, therefore, opening a new dimension in aerospace parts manufacturing and creating unique growth opportunities for this market.

Highlights of the Report:

  • Accurate depiction of the industry trends and outlook;
  • In-depth assessment of the factors driving and restraining the market;
  • Microscopic study of all the individual market segments; and
  • Exhaustive evaluation of the regional dynamics and developments in the competitive landscape of the market.


Market Restraint

Dipping Demand for Air Travel amid COVID-19 to Hamper Growth

The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic is likely to inhibit the aerospace parts manufacturing market growth as travel restrictions and severe economic downturn have led to a dramatic fall in demand for air travel. According to the latest data released by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), between January and December 2020, passenger traffic will shrink by 47-52%, resulting in operating losses of approximately USD 355 to 392 billion. The ICAO further notes that in the first quarter of 2021, airlines will face gross losses between USD 46 billion and USD 84 billion. Moreover, Moody’s Investors Service has also forecasted that the airline industry is likely to experience the current financial stress well into 2022. Shrinking demand for airplanes will inevitably disrupt aircraft production operations and investments and projects centered round aerospace parts manufacturing are also likely to come to a standstill.

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Regional Insights

Active Adoption of Advanced Aerospace Technologies to Fuel the Market in North America

Among regions, North America, followed by Europe, is expected to dominate the aerospace parts manufacturing market share in the coming years as the airliners and aviation manufacturers have been actively adopting next-gen aerospace technologies. Furthermore, both North America and Europe are home to some of biggest aerospace companies in the world, which augurs well for the long-term growth of this market.

Asia Pacific is anticipated to present excellent opportunities owing to steadily rising demand for air travel, increasing production of low-cost carriers, and promising growth of the domestic aerospace parts manufacturing industry. On the other hand, political turmoil and low economic development are likely to hinder the market growth in Latin America and the Middle East & Africa.


Competitive Landscape

Mutually Beneficial Collaborations & Takeovers to Intensify Competition

Key players in this market are increasingly engaging in collaborations and acquisitions that are designed to benefit all the participants. This is emerging as the prominent growth strategy adopted by players to entrench their position in the market, diversify their offerings, expand revenue streams, and broaden sales horizons.


Industry Developments:

  • July 2020: Collins Aerospace Systems was handpicked by Aerion, a leading supersonic aircraft company, for the company’s upcoming AS2 Supersonic business jet. Collins Aerospace will engineer for the jet’s rudder actuation system, horizontal stabilizer actuation system, elevons actuation system, and moveable leading edge actuation system.
  • March 2020: Aero Precision acquired Kellstrom Defense to create one of the biggest military aftermarket distribution businesses. The acquisition will allow Aero to provide comprehensive logistics, manufacturing, engineering, and overhaul services to its customers worldwide through Kellstrom’s strong global network of aftermarket solutions.


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List of Key Players Covered in the Aerospace Parts Manufacturing Market Report:

  • Kellstrom Defense Aerospace, Inc.
  • Jamco Corporation
  • Superior Air Parts, Inc.
  • Honeywell International
  • GE Aviation
  • Rolls-Royce
  • Eaton Corporation
  • Safran Group
  • UTC Aerospace Systems
  • Pratt & Whitney
  • Intrex Aerospace


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