Aerospace Interior Adhesive Industry Growth, Global Size, Opportunities, Key Producers, Share,

Aerospace interior adhesive is a specialized type of adhesive formulated for use in the aerospace industry to bond various interior components of aircraft, such as panels, flooring, insulation materials, and seating. These adhesives are designed to meet stringent performance requirements, including high strength, durability, flame resistance, and compliance with aviation safety standards. They play a crucial role in ensuring structural integrity, weight reduction, and passenger safety in aircraft interiors.

The report "Aerospace Interior Adhesive Market by Resin Type (Epoxy, Cyanoacrylate, Acrylic, PU), Product Type (IFE, Seating, Stowage Bins, Galley, Panels), Aircraft Type (Single Aisle, Regional Jets, Small, Medium, Large Wide Body) – Global Forecast", was projected to reach USD 1,101.7 Million by 2021, at a CAGR of 5.35% between 2016 and 2021. The market is driven by growing demand for low cost carriers and the replacement of older aircraft with new advanced aircraft, which are lightweight and provide fuel efficiency.

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Environmental regulations is a major factor that may restrain the growth of the aerospace interior adhesive market. Stringent regulations govern the use of materials in aircraft interiors, which includes the type of adhesives used in forming the components and structure of an aircraft cabin. The three major factors considered in the aerospace industry are passenger safety, weight management, and aesthetics. From safety point of view, there are various regulations which impact the selection of materials for aircraft interiors to ensure passenger safety. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) are responsible for regulations that cover fire testing requirements for flame retardancy and fire, smoke, and toxicity. Any materials which are used in aircraft have to pass all the safety standards.