Stratview Research has published a new report titled Aircraft Fairings Market to its database. It has segmented the market by Aircraft Type (Narrow-Body Aircraft, Wide-Body Aircraft, Very Large-Body Aircraft, Regional Aircraft, and General Aviation), by Application Type (Wing-to-Body Fairing, Flap Support Fairings, Engine Cowls, Vertical Fin Fairings, and Others), by Material Type (Composite Fairings and Metal Fairings), by Manufacturing Process Type (Prepreg Layup, Stamping, and Others), and by Region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of the World).
Market Segments' Analysis
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The global aircraft fairings market is segmented based on the aircraft type as narrow-body aircraft, wide-body aircraft, very-large aircraft, regional aircraft, and general aviation. Wide- and narrow-body aircraft are likely to remain the growth engines of the aircraft fairings market, propelled by increasing aircraft deliveries to support rising passenger and cargo traffic, upcoming variant of existing programs, and rising commercial aircraft fleet size. Boeing anticipated that approximately 42,730 commercial and regional aircraft will be delivered during 2018-2037 in which narrow- and wide-body aircraft would remain dominant during the period.
Based on the application type, the market is segmented as the wing-to-body fairing, flap support fairings, engine cowls, vertical fin fairings, and others. Wing-to-body fairing dominates the market and is projected to remain dominant over the next five years. Wing-to-body fairing not only joints wings to the fuselage but also provides a housing for the landing gear, fuel, and various inlets and exhausts.
The engine cowls segment is likely to witness the highest growth over the next five years, propelled by the development of high-thrust engines with a high focus on improving fuel efficiency. Engine cowls are one of the major components of the aircraft engine and nacelle system. They reduce parasitic drag by reducing the surface area and provide a smooth surface, thus, leading to laminar flow.
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- Drivers, restraints, opportunities, and current trends of Aircraft Fairings Market.
- Historical data and forecast.
- Estimations for the forecast period 2024.
- Developments and trends in the market.
Our market research experts have studied the Aircraft Fairings Market in 360 degrees via. both primary & secondary research methodologies. This helped us in building an understanding of the current market dynamics, supply-chain, pricing trends, product preferences, consumer patterns & more. The findings are further validated through primary research with industry experts across the globe.
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- The competitive landscape comprises share of key players, new developments, and strategies in the last three years.
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