Worldwide Aircraft Seals Industry to 2027 - Stimulating MRO Activities in Emerging Economies Presents Opportunities -

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Aviation seals are utilized in several aircraft assembly applications, including hatch covers, airplane wings, and window gaskets, which need effective sealing to operate in the challenging environments. Aircraft seals are also a critical for the maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) of the aviation components.

Developed regions such as North America and Europe collectively account for ~55% of the global market. Factors such as technological capabilities, high disposable individual incomes, higher standards of living, and rapid technological advancements in the arena of aerospace engineering; and the presence of leading aircraft manufacturers and several well-established sealing solution providers are among the factors contributing to the significant consolidation of the market in North America and Europe.

The emerging aircraft seals market players are gaining industry recognition as they are capable of offering sealing solutions at competitive prices. Due to the slow rate of emergence of new players, the impact of threat to new entrants in the market is low in the present scenario. However, with the projected increase in the number of new market entrants offering cost-effective products, this threat to new entrants would also reach the moderate levels.

Impact of COVID-19 on Aircraft Seals Market

The recent outbreak of the COVID-19 has significantly affected the world. Until the outbreak of COVID 19, the aerospace industry was experiencing substantial growth in terms of production and services, despite huge backlogs from the aircraft manufacturers; the global aviation industry witnessed a significant rise in the number of passenger counts, aircraft procurement (both commercial and military), and MRO activities.

The COVID-19 pandemic has decimated the demand for aircraft globally, which reflected in significantly lower volumes of orders among the airframe manufacturers, further lowering the airframe production. The decline in production volumes has adversely affected the businesses of various component manufacturers. Apart from the airframe manufacturers, the engine manufacturers also witnessed a noteworthy drop in demand for their products, especially from the commercial aircraft OEMs. In 2020, the engine procurement orders drastically fell during the first two quarters.

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Market Dynamics


  • Accentuating Aircraft Order and Delivery Volumes
  • Rising Adoption of Durable Seals


  • Boeing's Setback from B737 Max and Discontinuation of A380 Program


  • Stimulating MRO Activities in Emerging Economies

Future Trends

  • Innovations in Production of Advanced Carbon Face Seals for Aircraft Engines

Companies Mentioned

  • Brown Aircraft Supply, Inc
  • DuPont de Nemours, Inc.
  • Eaton Corporation plc
  • Hutchinson
  • Meggitt PLC
  • SKF
  • Technetics Group
  • Parker Hannifin Corporation
  • Trelleborg AB

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For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630
For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900