The global market for Aircraft Wheel Brakes is estimated to increase from US$ million in 2021 to reach US$ million by 2028, exhibiting a CAGR of % during 2022-2028. Keeping in mind the uncertainties of COVID-19 and Russia-Ukraine War, we are continuously tracking and evaluating the direct as well as the indirect influence of the pandemic on different end use sectors. These insights are included in the report as a major market contributor.
The APAC Aircraft Wheel Brakes market is expected at value of US$ million in 2022 and grow at approximately % CAGR during 2022 and 2028.
The United States Aircraft Wheel Brakes market is expected at value of US$ million in 2022 and grow at approximately % CAGR during 2022 and 2028.
The Europe Aircraft Wheel Brakes market is expected at value of US$ million in 2022 and grow at approximately % CAGR during 2022 and 2028.
The China Aircraft Wheel Brakes market is expected at value of US$ million in 2022 and grow at approximately % CAGR during 2022 and 2028.
Global key Aircraft Wheel Brakes players cover Honeywell, Meggitt, KUNZ GmbH, Aircraft Braking Systems Corporation and Grove, etc. In terms of revenue, the global largest two companies occupy a share nearly % in 2021.
This latest report provides a deep insight into the global Aircraft Wheel Brakes market covering all its essential aspects. This ranges from a macro overview of the market to micro details of the market size, competitive landscape, development trend, niche market, key market drivers and challenges, value chain analysis, etc.
This report aims to provide a comprehensive picture of the global Aircraft Wheel Brakes market, with both quantitative and qualitative data, to help readers understand how the Aircraft Wheel Brakes market scenario changed across the globe during the pandemic and Russia-Ukraine War.
The base year considered for analyses is 2021, while the market estimates and forecasts are given from 2022 to 2028. The market estimates are provided in terms of revenue in USD millions and volume in K Units.
The study segments the Aircraft Wheel Brakes market and forecasts the market size by Type (Single Disc Brake, Dual Disc Brakes and Multiple Disc Brakes), by Application (Civil Aircraft and Military Aircraft.), and region (APAC, Americas, Europe, and Middle East & Africa).
Segmentation by type
Single Disc Brake
Dual Disc Brakes
Multiple Disc Brakes
Segmentation by application
Segmentation by region
Middle East & Africa
Major companies covered
Aircraft Braking Systems Corporation
Carlisle Brake & Friction
Safran Landing Systems
Motion Control Industries, Inc.
Nasco Aircraft Brake Inc.
Redco Manufacturing Co. Inc.
Dakota Cub Aircraft, Inc.
Chapter 1: Scope of Aircraft Wheel Brakes, Research Methodology, etc.
Chapter 2: Executive Summary, global Aircraft Wheel Brakes market size (sales and revenue) and CAGR, Aircraft Wheel Brakes market size by region, by type, by application, historical data from 2017 to 2022, and forecast to 2028.
Chapter 3: Aircraft Wheel Brakes sales, revenue, average price, global market share, and industry ranking by company, 2017-2022
Chapter 4: Global Aircraft Wheel Brakes sales and revenue by region and by country. Country specific data and market value analysis for the U.S., Canada, Europe, China, Japan, South Korea, Southeast Asia, India, Latin America and Middle East & Africa.
Chapter 5, 6, 7, 8: Americas, APAC, Europe, Middle East & Africa, sales segment by country, by type, and type.
Chapter 9: Analysis of the current market trends, market forecast, opportunities and economic trends that are affecting the future marketplace
Chapter 10: Manufacturing cost structure analysis
Chapter 11: Sales channel, distributors, and customers
Chapter 12: Global Aircraft Wheel Brakes market size forecast by region, by country, by type, and application.
Chapter 13: Comprehensive company profiles of the leading players, including Honeywell, Meggitt, KUNZ GmbH, Aircraft Braking Systems Corporation, Grove, Carlisle Brake & Friction, Safran Landing Systems, TP Aerospace and Sifco Forge, etc.
Chapter 14: Research Findings and Conclusion