The aircraft ignition system market is anticipated to accrue noticeable gains on account of increasing demand for electronic ignition systems. Compact size of these ignition systems makes them suitable for different types of aircraft engines. Manufacturers are working on enhancing their system’s operational accuracy, which could propel product significance.
Light rotating parts, simple mounting, resistance to vibrations, and moisture & fire resistance are some of the features that could play a vital role in strengthening the product’s adoption. On this note, Global Market Insights, Inc., predicts that the aircraft ignition system market might cross USD 350 million by the year 2026.
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Aerospace companies have recognized the significance of quality ignition systems and are actively looking for developing systems that are compact, inexpensive, and lightweight. In 2019, Lycoming Engines, an operating unit of Avco Corp., unveiled the Lycoming Electronic Ignition System (EIS) at EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Federal agencies meanwhile are imposing comprehensive safety and regulatory reforms to ensure product quality.
North America is considered to be an ideal avenue for aircraft ignition system manufacturers as it has the presence of major aircraft manufacturers like GE Aviation, Boeing, Bombardier, and Textron Aviation.
In a bid to enhance market presence, foreign aircraft firms have started to set up production facilities across North America. In 2020, European multinational aerospace company, Airbus initiated its expansion in the U.S. by establishing a new Airbus A220 production facility in Alabama. Studies therefore suggest that North America aircraft ignition system market could register a CAGR of over 5% by 2026.
Spark plugs are considered to be one of the most crucial components of aircraft ignition systems as faulty spark plugs could lead to engine failures. Earlier in 2019, spark plugs segment accounted for more than USD 38 million of the overall aircraft ignition system market share and is anticipated to maintain a compound annual growth rate of over 6% throughout the projected timeframe.
In order to minimize the risk of engine failures, industry players have started to shift their efforts towards developing ignition systems that have maximum operational efficiency. Highlighting an instance, in 2020, Electroair’s launched electronic ignition system, EIS41000 series, bagged an EASA certification. The quality certificate assures improved operational efficiency of spark plugs and ensures elongated lifespan.
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Companies operating in the Aircraft Ignition System Market are looking to implement pioneering strategies like collaborations with aerospace companies, initiating New Product Development (NPD), and gaining certifications from multiple regulatory bodies to improve their product’s brand value and regional presence.
Table of Contents (ToC) of the report:
Chapter 1. Methodology & Scope
1.1.1. Initial Data Exploration
1.1.2. Statistical Model And Forecast
1.1.3. Industry Insights And Validation
1.1.6. Methodology And Forecast Parameters
1.2. Data Sources
184.108.40.206. Paid Sources
220.127.116.11. Public Sources
Chapter 2. Aircraft Ignition System Market Summary
2.1. Aircraft Ignition System Industry 360º Synopsis, 2015 - 2026
2.2. Business Trends
2.3. Regional Trends
2.4. Component Trends
2.5. Engine Type Trends
2.6. End-Use Trends
2.7. Ignition System Trends
2.8. Fit Trend
Chapter 3. Aircraft Ignition System Industry Insights
3.2. Industry Segmentation
3.3. Impact Of Covid-19
3.4. Industry Landscape, 2015 - 2026
3.5. Evolution Of Aircraft Ignition System Technology
3.6. Industry Ecosystem Analysis
3.7. Technology & Innovation Landscape
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