Aircraft fleet sizes are expanding to cope with the increased passenger numbers and as a result, the
demand for aircraft cleaning chemicals has been observing a steady growth trajectory. Future Market
Insights released a report on the sector cleaning needs up to 2028, also foresees strong revenue
growth opportunity for aircraft cleaning chemicals in the defence sector. Airlines have upped their
cleaning routines since cleanliness is known to be a critical factor in attracting passengers. Increasing
health awareness and the risk of infection arising from contaminated seats is further boosting the
demand for aircraft cleaning chemicals – and, specifically, disinfectants.
The report mentions that aircraft cleaning chemicals sales in India and China will reflect high growth,
considering significant investments made in those areas in the development of airports over the next 10
years. North America is anticipated to remain the larger consumer of aircraft cleaning chemicals –
expanding nearly 1.2 times through 2028. FMI also predicts significant sales opportunities in Middle
East, as the region portrays a visible shift from oil and gas-based revenues to trade, tourism, commerce
and manufacturing. The aviation sector in Africa is expected impact the sales growth of aircraft cleaning
chemicals in the region.