Aircraft Interior Films Market Report
Aircraft Interior Films Market is Segmented by Aircraft Type (Commercial Aircraft, Regional Aircraft, and General Aviation), by Film Type (Film Adhesives, Decorative Films, and Others), by Material Type (Epoxy, PVF, Polyimides, and Others), and by Region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of the World)
Aircraft Interior Films Market is Segmented by Aircraft Type (Commercial Aircraft, Regional Aircraft, and General Aviation), by Film Type (Film Adhesives, Decorative Films, and Others), by Material Type (Epoxy, PVF, Polyimides, and Others), and by Region...
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 global aircraft interior films market is projected to grow at a healthy rate over the next five years to reach an estimated value of US$ 536.7 million in 2024. Major factors strengthening the demand for interior films in the aircraft industry are increasing production rates of the next-generation aircraft, increasing focus of airlines on the modernization of interiors of their existing aircraft fleet to provide uniform feel, high focus of the aircraft industry stakeholders for the development of lightweight and smart cabin interior solutions, and rising aircraft fleet.
The market is segmented based on the aircraft type as commercial aircraft, regional aircraft, and general aviation. Commercial aircraft is likely to remain the dominant segment of the market during the forecast period. Increasing production rates of key programs, such as A320 family; market entry of new players, such as COMAC and Irkut; and introduction of fuel-efficient variants of the best-selling aircraft programs, such as B737 Max and A320neo, are likely to create a strong demand for interior films in the commercial aircraft segment.
Based on the film type, the market is segmented as decorative films, film adhesives, and others. Decorative film is likely to remain the most dominant segment of the market over the next five years. Decorative films are designed with image-defining styling options while creating attractive, stain-resistant and easy to clean cabin interiors. These films also enhance cabin interiors and contribute to passenger comfort. They offer a rich variety of color tones and effects to the decoration of the airline cabin interiors while addressing the emerging technologies and inflight connectivity in the aircraft.
Based on the material type, the market is segmented as epoxy, PVF, polyimides, and others. PVF is likely to remain the most dominant segment over the next five years, propelled by its excellent mechanical properties. Also, these films are durable enough to be re-used for multiple times. Polyimide film is expected to grow at the highest rate during the same period, propelled by its versatility.
In terms of regions, North America is projected to remain the largest market for aircraft interior films during the forecast period. The USA is the growth engine of the North American aircraft interior films market with the presence of several tier players, aircraft OEMs, and MRO companies. Asia-Pacific is likely to witness the highest growth during the forecast period and is likely to remain the most eye-catching market in the foreseeable future. China, Japan, and India are the major markets for aircraft interior films in the region.