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The latest report on Aircraft Tire  Market by Infinium Global Research gives complete coverage of the Aircraft Tire  Market by type (radial, and bias), application (commercial, and defense), end-user (OEM, retreaded, and replacement) in terms of key trends, market size, forecast and CAGR growth over the period of 2019 to 2025. In addition, the study covers deep dive into key product and application trends in the regional markets of Aircraft Tire such as North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Latin America over the short run and long run.

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Global Air Passenger Traffic Is Majorly Driving the Aircraft Tire Industry

Aircraft and aircraft component market has observed a rise owing to increasing disposable income and drop in the price of domestic as well as international airfare tickets. The growing demand for air travel has increased the sale of aircraft along with the sale of aircraft components such as aircraft tires, aircraft windows and aircraft interiors. The aircraft tires are mainly of two types, namely radial and bias. The bias tires are used traditionally, while the radial tires are the latest offering from the manufacturers.

The aircraft tire market is highly competitive and consolidated in nature. Only a few of the major players in the market such as Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, Bridgestone Corporation and Dunlop Aircraft Tyres Limited control a large part of the market share. The other key players including Michelin Group, Specialty Tires of America, Inc., Desser Tire & Rubber Co., LLC, and others are focusing on the development of new products and mergers and acquisitions of the raw material suppliers.

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The rise in the Developments in Tire Manufacturing Is Expanding the Demand for Aircraft Tire

 The rise in global air passenger traffic is majorly driving the aircraft tire market. Increasing disposable income and improving the lifestyle of the population is encouraging them to travel through the air. Moreover, the rise in the developments in tire manufacturing is expanding the demand for aircraft tire. Technological advancements in tire manufacturing have made production more easy and affordable.

This, in turn, reduces the prices of the tires and boost the growth of the market. Furthermore, the growing investment in the defense sector is supporting the growth of the aircraft tire market. However, the concentrated nature of manufacturers is the major restraining factor for the growth of the aircraft tire market. Nevertheless, the growing demand for lightweight aircraft is expected to offer lucrative opportunities for the key players in the aircraft tire market.

 In terms of geography, North America held the highest market share, dominating the global aircraft tire market. The dominance of the North America region attributed to the growing focus of OEMs, engine manufacturers, and component suppliers to improve the overall performance of an aircraft. Moreover, the significant presence of global tire vendors is expected to boost the growth of the aircraft tire market in North America. While the Asia-Pacific aircraft tire market is anticipated to grow at the fastest rate owing to the increase in disposable income coupled with rising business activity, which leads to a growing number of domestic and international flights.

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Comprehensive analysis of global as well as regional markets of the Aircraft Tire .
Complete coverage of all the product type and applications segments to analyze the trends, developments, and forecast of market size up to 2025.
Comprehensive analysis of the companies operating in this market. The company profile includes analysis of product portfolio, revenue, SWOT analysis and the latest developments of the company.
Infinium Global Research- Growth Matrix presents an analysis of the product segments and geographies that market players should focus to invest, consolidate, expand and/or diversify.