Market Research Future (MRFR) anticipates decent growth prospects for the Aircraft De-Icing Market 2020 as it is ready to procure a CAGR of 5.92% over the review period (between 2020 and 2025). We will provide COVID-19 impact analysis with the report, along with all the extensive key developments in the market post the coronavirus disease outbreak.
Top Boosters and Deterrents
The process that involves getting rid of frost, snow or ice from the aircraft’s surface is known as aircraft de-icing. Some of the most commonly used ice protection systems for aircraft include pneumatic boot systems and fluid freeze point depressant. Several types of techniques are available for de-icing systems; with the most preferred one being the use of FPD fluids that facilitate the de-icing process and offer a protective film to prevent the formation of ice or snow on the surface of the aircraft. Aircraft de-icing technologies are used for ensuring that the engine inlets and sensors present on the outer areas of the aircraft are clear of ice, frost or snow. A few of the extensive deployed aircraft de-icing solutions are electrical heating, weeping wing technology, alloys de-icing technology, ultrasound technology, and more. To put it simply, technical advances and innovations in the mentioned technologies are bound to boost the aircraft de-icing market size in the ensuing years.
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Increased focus of developing and developed nations on modernization of the existing airports coupled with the growing requirement for safe take-off and landing operations also foster the expansion rate of the aircraft de-icing industry. Strict government policies pertaining to aircraft operations in cold or frost conditions along with the surge in the number of training programs to facilitate efficient airplane operations also benefit the global aircraft de icing system market. A significant trend emerging rapidly in the global market is the development and mounting deployment of infrared radiation-based aircraft de-icing technique.
Most of the contenders are emphasizing on strategic collaborations, partnerships and production innovations in a bid to garner significant grounds in the global market. To illustrate, in November 2020, UBIQ Aerospace (Norway) developed a de-icing technology that is based on the electro-thermal concept, which allows UAVs to automatically de-ice in extreme cold conditions. The de-icing technology, known as D-ICE system, helps monitor the environmental conditions around the aircraft after the take-off. The system has detection sensors and algorithms that help analyze the aircraft’s functions in case of any unexpected changes in the aerodynamic properties.
Key Players Review
Affluent market vendors profiled in the MRFR study are General Atomics (US), JBT Corporation (US), The Dow Chemical Company (US), United Technologies Corporation (US), Global Ground Support LLC (US), BASF Corporation (Germany), Vestergaard Company A/S (Denmark), CONTEGO Aviation Solutions (UK), Clariant AG (Switzerland), Textron Inc. (US), KILFROST Group Ltd (UK), Weihai GUANGTAI Airport Equipment Co. Ltd (China), to list a few.
Global Aircraft De-Icing Market has been considered with respect to equipment, fluid type and application. The top equipment-based market segments are de-icing sweepers, trucks, and more.
Fluid types studied in the MRFR report include type I, type II, type III, and Type IV.
Aircraft de-icing systems find applications in military and commercial sectors. The commercial segment should secure the highest position in the market, due to the surging deployment of commercial aircrafts for transporting cargo, mail and most importantly, passengers.
Europe, APAC/Asia Pacific along with North America and RoW/Rest of the World are the primary markets for aircraft de-icing considered in the regional study section of the MRFR report.
North America’s growth in the global market remains unparalleled, with its leadership ably supported by factors like the rising need for safer landing and take-off of airplanes. The market also stands to profit from the burgeoning aircraft fleet size and the increase in passenger traffic. Airports in the region are technically advanced and well-equipped, making them prepared to meet with the ever-mounting air traffic with no interruptions owing to adverse weather conditions. Airports are therefore encouraged to adopt more innovative technologies such as aircraft de-icing systems to be able to boost the passenger experience.
APAC stands as the second most lucrative market for aircraft de-icing, backed by factors including the increasing air passenger traffic across South Korea, India, Japan and China. The need for aircraft de-icing in the region has also been soaring in view of the rising aircraft movements from airports. In recent years, APAC-based firms have been focusing more on developing recyclable and non-toxic aircraft de-icing fluids, while also collaborating with the customers; both of which are effective strategies that help them get ahead of the competition.
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