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Aerospace hose and tube assemblies market forecast at $2.3 billion by 2026

Dublin, Ireland -The aerospace hose and tube assemblies market fell victim to the pandemic’s wrath and declined by a massive -28% in 2020, dragging the market behind by at least half a decade. That being said, the industry is on its way to healing which is quite apparent in recent events. The aerospace giants, Airbus and Boeing’s recouping revenues, climbing production rates of key aircraft programs, and easing up of traveling restrictions are some of the key factors indicating the commencement of regaining normalcy. A similar impact is likely to be witnessed in the aerospace hose and tube assemblies market, which is likely to grow at a promising CAGR of 7.9% during 2021-2026 to reach US$ 2.3 billion by 2026 according to

Based on the product type, the market is segmented as hose assemblies and tube assemblies. Tube assemblies are further segmented into steel & alloys, titanium & alloys, nickel & alloys, and others; whereas hose assemblies are into Teflon, rubber, and others. Overall, tube assemblies captured the greater share of the market in 2020 and are expected to maintain their leads by 2026. Tubes are used in stationary applications; where long and relatively straight runs are possible. They are widely used for fuel, oil, coolant, oxygen, instrument, and hydraulic lines. Titanium & alloys dominated the tube assemblies market, whereas Teflon took the lead in the hose assemblies market. Titanium tubes are used in high-pressure areas as they can endure pressure ranging from 0-4000 psi.

Based on the application type, we have segmented the market as fuel conveyance, air conveyance, hydraulic conveyance, and others. Hydraulic conveyance is estimated to remain the largest and fastest-growing application segment over the next five years. Commonly used materials in hydraulic tubing include aluminum (typically 6061T6), corrosion-resistant steel (CRES alloys, such as 300 series and more robust materials, such as 21-6-9), and titanium (such as 3AI-2.5V).

In terms of regions, North America is expected to remain the largest market for aerospace hose and tube assemblies during the forecast period. The USA is the growth engine of the region’s market with the presence of major aircraft OEMs, tier players, hose and tube suppliers, and airlines. All the major hose and tube assemblies’ suppliers have their presence in the region to address the emergent needs of the OEMs in order to be the partner for their upcoming aircraft programs or upcoming fuel-efficient variants of existing aircraft programs