There is a wide range of fasteners in the world of aviation industry for aircraft, rockets, and missiles. Such as screws, rivets, nuts, pins, bolts are used in all. They are extremely critical mechanical components of the aircraft and are required to function in the most extreme situations. On an average, 2.4 million fasteners are used in Boeing 787 aircraft. More than 3 million aircraft fasteners were used by The Boeing Company for manufacturing Boeing 747 jet. More than 1/5th of those parts are structural bolts. The airlines are progressively looking for aircraft with minimal possible maintenance repair, and with better performance. The fasteners play an extremely vital role. The aviation fastener forecast the growing demand of next generation aircraft and technological advancement would lead the market to grow at a CAGR of 7.68% in the future. The Commercial Aviation Fasteners Market currently holds around 60% of the total market, and is expected to reach 62% in the next period.
One of the major reason for the growth in the market share of the commercial aerospace sector would be the increase in the aviation sector and demand for newer fleets in the Asia Pacific region. Unlike the North American and European region which are exceedingly well associated by air, most countries in the Asia Pacific region have limited connectivity. A big part of the aviation industry forecast has to do with limited air traffic and infrastructure. But due to the rising excessive incomes in the region, air travel is becoming increasingly popular. As a result, Asia Pacific controls the highest share in the orders for jets in the projected period. The Asia Pacific region will also account for the heightened defense spending which will expand the aviation fasteners market.