Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “Aircraft De-Icing Market by Application, by Equipment, by Fluid Type, by Geography – Global Forecasts & Analysis to 2020” report to their offering.
This report segments the market on the basis of application, fluid type, ground equipment, and region. Further, it contains revenue forecasts and analyses technological trends that are predominant in this market. The geographical analysis contains an in-depth analysis for the North America, Europe, and the APAC. The analysis is subject to the countries that cover the said market.
The growth in the aircraft de-icing market is expected to be driven by modernization and expansion of airports in the North American and European regions, along with the need for safe takeoff and landing operations. Treating glycol runoff from the airports will be a key challenge for the market.
It is expected that the widespread use of forced-air systems in the market will result in higher purchase prices for ADF due to reduced demand. Despite these problems, forced air deicing systems offer several benefits to the airline industry, including reductions in the volume of fluid purchased, less frequent refilling of deicer trucks, and reduced costs for wastewater disposal. Type I and type IV ADFs are expected to witness steady growth in the North American and APAC regions. Usage of type II fluids will be predominant in the European regions.