Aircraft Thrust Reverser Market Statistics, Key Players, Sales Growth, Size Projection and Industry Overview by 2031 – ZNews Africa

The global Aircraft Thrust Reverser Market was valued at $1.29 Billion in 2017 and is projected to reach $2.78 Billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 8.9% during the forecast period. Some of the key factors influencing the growth of the market include increasing safety regulations along with the growth of commercial aircraft, growing demand for lightweight thrust reversers and increased demand for fuel efficient aircraft. However, the complexity of the design along with the higher cost required to manufacture the product is restraining the growth of the market.

Based on the manufacturing process, resin infusion is witnessing significant growth over the forecast period owing to the superior finish achieved for the product. It eliminates post-fabrication work and produces thick-form components needed for the aircraft.

By geography, Asia-Pacific led by China, Japan, South Korea, and Australia is poised to grow with major market share during the forecast period. Decreasing fares, increasing frequency of flights as well as growing preference for air travel are the major factors driving the growth of the industry in the region.

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Some of the major players in the global aircraft thrust reverser market are Spirit Aerosystems, Inc., The Nordam Group, Inc., FACC Cooperation, Triumph Group, Inc., Bombardier, UTC Aerospace Systems, Composites Technology Research Malaysia Sdn. Bhd., Woodward, Inc., Leonardo SpA, Honeywell International Inc., GKN Aerospace, Parker Hannifin Corp, Safran SA, Arkwin Industries, Inc.

Manufacturing processes covered:
• Automated Tape Placement (ATL)/Automated Fiber Placement (AFP)
• Hand lay-up
• Resin infusion
• Other manufacturing processes

Products covered:
• Bucket
• Pivoting door
• Waterfall

Mechanisms covered:
• Electric
• Hydraulics

Types of materials covered:
• Metal based
• Composite-based

Aircraft covered:
• Small Widebody
• Medium wide body
• Large wide body
• Regional jets
• Single aisle
• Very large
• Business aircraft

Applications covered:
• Military aircraft
• Commercial aircraft
• Civil aircraft

Regions covered:
• North America
o United States
o Canada
o Mexico
• Europe
o Germany
o United Kingdom
o Italy
o France
o Spain
o Rest of Europe
• Asia Pacific
o Japan
o China
o India
o Australia
o New Zealand
o South Korea
o Rest of Asia-Pacific
• South America
o Argentina
o Brazil
o Chile
o Rest of South America
• Middle East and Africa
o Saudi Arabia
o South Africa
o Rest of the Middle East and Africa

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