Aircraft Air Management Systems Market Report
Aircraft Air Management Systems Market is Segmented by System Type (Thermal Management System, Engine Bleed Air System, Oxygen System, Fuel Tank Inerting System, Cabin Pressure Control System, and Ice Protection System), by Platform Type (Fixed Wing and Rotary Wing), by Component Type (Onboard Oxygen Generation System, Sensors, Valves, Air Cycle Machines, Heat Exchangers, Air Separator Modules, Controlling and Monitoring Electronic Units, Air Mixtures, and Condenser and Evaporator) and by Region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of the World)
Aircraft Air Management Systems Market is Segmented by System Type (Thermal Management System, Engine Bleed Air System, Oxygen System, Fuel Tank Inerting System, Cabin Pressure Control System, and Ice Protection System), by Platform Type...
Impact of COVID-19 on Aircraft Air Management Systems Market
Covid-19 has impacted the market dynamics, competition, and global supply chain. The revenues have gone down in 2020 and may resume an uptrend gradually from 2021. Companies optimizing their operation and strategy will sustain and beat the competition.
Note: The summary below might not have included insights on covid impact since we have large number of reports.
The next five years for the aircraft air management systems market are projected to be resilient with the sizeable growth opportunities for both new as well as existing players. The market for aircraft management systems is likely to flourish at a healthy CAGR of 5.6% during the forecast period. Increasing aircraft production to support the rising air passenger traffic, advancement in the air management system technologies addressing current market needs, the introduction of the lightweight system, and increasing aircraft upgrades to provide excellent customer experience are some of the major factors that are burgeoning the demand for air management systems in the aircraft industry.
The aircraft industry is highly technological driven where major aircraft OEMs keep working harder in order to improve the overall aircraft performance including fuel efficiency, customers’ experience, safety & reliability, etc. Air management system is a very crucial system of an aircraft and has undergone a remarkable transition over the period of time. Most of the major players are working closely with the aircraft OEMs in order to develop advanced systems addressing changing market requirements as well as to remain an innovative and a preferred choice in the market.
Technological enhancement in aircraft is one of the major growth factors of aircraft air management systems. The aircraft air management systems are performing smoothly due to the coherent performance of aircraft as there provide accurate results on account of an upgrade of conventional sensors with the latest sensors and technologically robust heat exchangers. There is a growing demand for a more efficient thermal management system with the growing use of electronics and electrical systems in the aircraft. Increased heat loss is prevented, which otherwise hampers the system’s performance. Further, the heat loss is prevented by the enhanced thermal management system on an aircraft, which increases the performance. This helps the market for aircraft air management systems to surge ahead in the foreseeable future.
The global aircraft air management systems market is segmented based on the system type as Thermal Management System, Engine Bleed Air System, Oxygen System, Fuel Tank Inerting System, Cabin Pressure Control System, and Ice Protection System. The thermal management segment currently dominates the aircraft air management systems market and is projected to maintain its dominance over the next five years as well. Heat loads have increased with the rising adoption of more electric aircraft technology, which further led to the replacement of various pneumatic and hydraulic systems with electric systems. Thermal management system plays a vital role as it manages heat loads and prevents systems and components from overheating thus eliminating any risk of mishaps.
Based on the platform type, the aircraft air management systems market is segmented into Fixed Wing and Rotary Wing. The fixed-wing segment is expected to remain most dominant over the next five years. The segment is also likely to garner at a higher rate during the forecast period. Commercial aircraft is the major procurer of air management system in the fixed-wing segment and is likely to remain the growth engine of the market over the next five years as well. Rotary wing aircraft usually fly at a relatively lower altitude than fixed-winged aircraft; thus, the cabin of rotary wing aircraft is not needed to be pressurized, which leads to the requirement of smaller air management systems as compared to the fixed-wing aircraft.
Based on the component type, the market is segmented into Onboard Oxygen Generation System, Sensors, Valves, Air Cycle Machines, Heat Exchangers, Air Separator Modules, Control and Monitoring Electronic Units, Air Mixers, and Condenser and Evaporators. The onboard oxygen generation system currently dominates the aircraft air management systems market. Onboard oxygen generation system is one of the most crucial systems in an aircraft management system as it allows the flow of fresh air in an aircraft cabin and provides comfort to the passengers. The system works in tandem with other components like engine bleed air system, shutoff valve, heat exchangers, oxygen concentrator, plenum, and regulators.
Based on the regions, North America is expected to remain the largest market for aircraft air management systems during the forecast period, owing to the presence of major aircraft OEMs, such as Boeing, Bombardier, Lockheed Martin, and Bell Helicopter. Huge order backlogs of commercial and regional aircraft of Boeing and Bombardier are likely to assure a sustainable demand for air management systems in the region in the foreseeable future.