25 October 2021
Visiongain has published a new report entitled the Aircraft Filters Market Report 2021-2031: Forecasts by Type (Fluid Filtration, Air Filtration), by Sales Channel (Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), Aftermarket, Other), by Application (Engine Filtration, Hydraulic System Filtration, Avionics Filtration, Cabin Filtration, Pneumatic System), by Aircraft Type (Airplane, Rotorcraft, Glider, Lighter Than Air, Weight-Shift Control, Other), by Material (Glass Fiber, Activated Carbon, Plastic, Other), by End-use (Commercial Aircraft, Business Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Other) AND Regional and Leading National Market Analysis PLUS Analysis of Leading Companies AND COVID-19 Recovery Scenarios.
The global aircraft filters market was valued at US$xx million in 2020 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of xx% during the forecast period 2021-2031.
Carbon-Neutral Flight In Future
Although carbon-free flying is a possibility, aircraft will most likely continue to be powered by fossil fuels in the future. They must store the CO2 they emit in a systematic manner underground. Our entire industry must become climate-neutral in the coming decades, according to political agreement and necessity for climate protection reasons — and this includes air travel. This is a technically possible aim that can be accomplished in a variety of ways. The ETH researchers conclude that the best choice is to continue using fossil fuels to power aeroplanes in the future, but to absorb CO2 emissions from the atmosphere and store it permanently underground using CO2 capture plants (carbon capture and storage, CCS). The required technology is already in place, and subterranean storage facilities have been functioning in the North Sea and elsewhere for years. CO2 can be captured in one of two ways: directly from the air or indirectly at a place where organic material is burned, such as a waste incineration plant. Approximately half of the carbon in garbage burned in municipal incinerators comes from fossil sources, such as petroleum-based plastic. Organic material, such as wood or wood products like paper and cardboard, makes up the other half.
How has COVID-19 had a significant negative impact on the Aircraft Filters Market?
Passengers' behavior has changed as a result of the COVID-19 issue, travel restrictions, and the consequent economic crisis, resulting in a major decline in demand for airline services. According to IATA, passenger air transport as measured by revenue passenger kilometer was down 90% year on year in April 2020, and it was still down 75% in August. The drop in economic activity and commerce had an impact on freight, which was about 30% lower year on year in April and was still around 12% lower in August.
The magnitude of the shock has put strain on airline firms' cash buffers, even though a large portion of their costs are variable (approximately 50% according to IATA, with fuel accounting for 25% of overall expenditures) and the recent decline in oil prices has reduced airlines' operational costs. The combination of negative demand and supply shocks, as well as uncertainty about the medium-term prognosis, creates an uncertain picture for airlines. This uncertainty impacts the entire aviation business due to inter-industry links. Furthermore, the business remains vulnerable to a pandemic comeback, as governments may impose new air travel restrictions to combat flare-ups or a potential second wave of infections. This may jeopardize the survival of several companies in the industry, as production and revenues are expected to remain below pre-crisis levels for some time.
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Visiongain’s 545-page report provides 356 tables and 346 charts/graphs. Our new study is suitable for anyone requiring commercial, in-depth analyses for the global aircraft filters market, along with detailed segment analysis in the market. Our new study will help you evaluate the overall global and regional market for Aircraft Filters. Get the financial analysis of the overall market and different segments including type, material, aircraft type, application, end-use and capture higher market share. We believe that high opportunity remains in this fast-growing aircraft filters market. See how to use the existing and upcoming opportunities in this market to gain revenue benefits in the near future. Moreover, the report would help you to improve your strategic decision-making, allowing you to frame growth strategies, reinforce the analysis of other market players, and maximise the productivity of the company.
What are the current market drivers?
Growing Demand Of Fuel Efficient Aircraft
The fuel economy of an airplane is a measure of the aircraft's transport energy efficiency. Improved engine BSFC and propulsive efficiency or TSFC, as well as superior aerodynamics and weight reduction, increase efficiency. Endurance and range can be increased by flying at the optimum airspeed, while economy is improved by flying at the optimum altitude, which is usually higher. The efficiency of an airline is determined by the fuel consumption of its fleet, seating density, air cargo, and passenger load factor, while operational measures such as maintenance and routing can help save fuel.
Short Replacement Cycle Of Aircraft Filters
The short replacement cycle of an aeroplane filter is a key factor driving demand in the MRO business. The number of flying hours and calendar days dictate the replacement cycle of an aeroplane filter (whichever occurs first). With 300 to 3,500 flying hours, this cycle can take anywhere from 6 to 18 months. A large number of passengers need a large number of filter cycles on the plane. The aircraft manufacturers recommend that total cabin airflow be maximised, and that air vents not be blocked (particularly along the floor). There may be exceptions for certain aircraft models, but these are typical recommendations for cabin air considerations. Operators should seek advice from the aircraft manufacturer if they have queries about a specific aircraft type.
Where are the market opportunities?
Manufacturers Of Aeroplanes Are Emerging In Asia Pacific And Latin America
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a drop in aircraft sales in the commercial and general aviation divisions in the Asia-Pacific region in 2020. Though passenger traffic in the commercial sector declined dramatically in 2020, it began to show signs of recovery in late 2020, owing to an increase in domestic traffic. While general aviation aircraft sales fell somewhat in 2020, military aircraft sales increased as tensions between several countries in the region remained high. The recovery of the aviation sector in Asia-Pacific is predicted to be faster than in other areas of the world throughout the forecast period, given the region's operators currently have a considerable aircraft backlog. China and India are predicted to be among the world's top aviation markets by the conclusion of the prediction period. Several countries in the region are currently constructing indigenous newer generation commercial and military aircraft. During the projected period, this action is expected to improve the players' manufacturing capacity and market share.
Novel Two-Stage Potable Water Filter Technology
Lufthansa Technik has teamed up with Aqua Free GmbH, a water hygiene expert, to create a solution that would improve the quality of potable water on board commercial aircraft. PuriFLY, a jointly developed two-stage water filtration system based on medical technology, is designed to ensure a high standard of onboard water quality at a lower cost than many of today's filters. The first filters are already in use on large VIP and government aeroplanes, and they are now being made available to commercial airlines. Activated carbon is used in many of today's aircraft potable water filters to neutralise chlorine in the water and improve the taste. At the same time, the activated carbon's porosity filters the water. These systems necessitate filter changes on a regular basis as well as additional cleaning procedures.
The major players operating in the aircraft filters market are Parker Hannifin Corporation, Donaldson, Inc., Porvair Plc, Safran Group, Honeywell International Inc., Eaton Corporation Plc, Amphenol Corporation, Filtration Group Corporation, Camfil, Pall Corporation, Freudenberg & Co. Kg, Swift Filters, Inc, Holllingsworth & Vose, Pti Technologies, Recco Filters, Tempest Plus, Fluid Conditioning Products Inc., Sky Power Gmbh, Rapco Inc, Purolator Facet, Inc., These major players operating in this market have adopted various strategies comprising M&A, investment in R&D, collaborations, partnerships, regional business expansion, and new product launch.
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