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Aviation Emissions Control Market Comprehensive Study Explore Huge Growth in Future 2022-2032 | BISResearch

Aviation emissions control refers to a set of strategies and technologies aimed at reducing the environmental impact of the aviation industry, primarily by mitigating the release of greenhouse gasses and pollutants into the atmosphere. This critical area of focus addresses the environmental challenges associated with commercial and military aviation, including aircraft engines' emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx), and particulate matter.

Aviation emissions control involves measures such as improving fuel efficiency, developing cleaner and more fuel-efficient engines, adopting alternative fuels, and implementing air traffic management systems to reduce congestion and emissions. These efforts are essential for mitigating aviation's contribution to climate change and air quality degradation.

The global emissions from commercial aviation amounted to 865.72 MMT of CO2 in 2021, and it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.03% and reach 1,203.42 MMT of CO2 by 2032. The medium-haul and short-haul flight segments are expected to be the highest contributors owing to their increasing demand and newer airport hubs being established for domestic and regional air travel. The ecosystem of aviation emissions control comprises aircraft manufacturers, subsystem manufacturers,  and airline operators.

Immediate Solution of Sustainable Aviation fuel (SAF) Adoption

The most immediate solution of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) adoption is being implemented globally, and several policymakers also plan to incentivize SAF over traditional aviation fuel with a goal to increase SAF usage to nearly of all aviation fuels consumed by 2030. The challenges in these programs being addressed are the availability of sustainably-sourced feedstock and the challenge of scale production of SAF for operations, such as long-haul and ultra-long-haul flights. Regional fuel suppliers are investing in infrastructure and refineries to transition their aviation fuel feed to SAF and, in particular, “drop-in” SAF, which can be easily mixed with the current stock of aviation fuels and lead to a considerable reduction in emissions. Among other market-based measures, airline operators are shifting to greener ground operations with all electric APUs for taxiing and climate-optimal flight paths, as well as continuous landing and take-off sequences to reduce emissions incrementally.

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Recent Developments in Aviation Emissions Control

  • In February 2022, Embraer S.A., Widerøe Corporation, and Rolls-Royce plc. entered a partnership agreement with the objective of jointly developing green propulsion technology for commercial aviation. The agreement is expected to lead to the development of a potential regional aircraft based on hydrogen and/or electric propulsion. Currently, feasibility studies and conceptual design of the aircraft are underway.
  • In July 2022, GE Aerospace completed the initial testing phase of its megawatt-class hybrid electric propulsion system designed to power commercial aircraft. The milestone test will take the development toward the integration and certification phases, with the company planning to make the engine available for airframers by 2030 at the earliest.
  • In June 2022, Airbus and the Japanese government signed an MoU that will develop pathways for the adoption of hydrogen in the Japanese aviation sector. Under the agreement, infrastructure for the use of hydrogen in flights, as well as jet fuel-based ground operations, will be developed.

North America to Dominate in Aviation Emissions in the Most Likely Scenario (Scenario 4)

  • North America - U.S., Canada
  • Europe - France, Germany, Russia, U.K., and Rest-of-Europe
  • Asia-Pacific - Australia, China, India, Japan, Singapore, and Rest-of-Asia-Pacific
  • Rest-of-the-World

North America is expected to continue as the highest contributor to aviation emissions. The market growth is attributed to the large networks of domestic flights as well as the high traffic from international flights from Europe as well Asia-Pacific. The presence of major airline operators, such as United Airlines, American Airlines, and Delta Airlines, among others, in the North America region is contributing to the total emissions.

Competitive Landscape

The competitive landscape of Aviation Emissions Control consists of several organic and inorganic strategies followed by the key players to increase their market share. The strategies include product innovations, contracts, partnerships, acquisitions, and business expansions.

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Some of the key players in the Aviation Emissions Control domain include Airbus S.E., The Boeing Company, Safran S.A., GE Aerospace, MTU Aero Engines, Pratt & Whitney, Alder Fuels, Neste Corporation, and EPIC Fuels, among others. These companies are aiming for a wide range of partnerships, collaborations, agreements, and contracts to expand their operations and increase their market presence globally to generate revenues and attract new customers.

Scope of the Study

Aviation emissions and their control have gained significant importance over the past several years. An increase in the requirement for the decarbonization of aviation has generated high demand for emission control in the forecast period of 2022-2042. The market is focusing on developing efficient, low-emission, and eventually zero-carbon aviation by the end of 2042.

The research study is based on extensive primary interviews (in-house industry players, market leaders, and experts) and secondary research (a host of paid and unpaid databases), along with analytical tools to predict the forecast analysis for the study period. With the help of these, aviation emissions control study provides a broader perspective of the industry.

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