North America Aircraft Recycling Market Value - By Aircraft (Narrow-body, Wide-body, Regional Jets), By Product (Component [Engines, Landing Gear, Avionics], Material [Aluminum, Other Metals & Alloys]), and By Industry Analysis, Market Size, Share & Forecast, 2023 – 2032

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  • Published date: June, 2023  |  
  • Report Format: PDF

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MVI Statistics and Viewpoints:

  • North America Aircraft Recycling Market size exceeded USD XX Billion in 2022. 
  • The market is expected to showcase a CAGR of over 7.9% from 2023 to 2032. 
  • By the end of the forecast period, the market is anticipated to reach a valuation of around USD XX Billion.

Manufacturers will likely invest in innovative recycling technologies and collaborate with industry stakeholders to develop sustainable solutions for aircraft retirement. Moreover, the market may witness increased partnerships with aerospace companies looking to implement circular economy practices.

North America Aircraft Recycling Market

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Market Overview:

The North American Aircraft Recycling Market is a rapidly expanding segment of the aviation industry. Aircraft recycling entails dismantling, recycling, and disposal of retired or decommissioned aircraft in order to maximise resource recovery while minimising environmental impact. The increasing retirement of ageing aircraft, stringent environmental regulations, and the need for sustainable aircraft end-of-life management practises have all contributed to the growth of this market.

North America is home to a large number of commercial and military aircraft, making it a significant market for aircraft recycling. Several factors drive the market, including rising demand for environmentally friendly practises, regulatory requirements, and the economic value of aircraft components and materials. Dismantling, component removal, hazardous material disposal, and recycling of materials such as metals, plastics, and composites are all part of the aircraft recycling process.

Furthermore, the growing demand for sustainable practises, regulatory compliance, and the economic value of aircraft components are driving the North America Aircraft Recycling Market. The market provides opportunities for resource recovery, waste reduction, and environmental conservation, while also contributing to the aviation industry's circular economy.

North America Hybrid Aircraft Market Value Insights

Report Coverage


Base Year


Market Size in 2022

USD XX Billion

Forecast Period

2023 to 2032

CAGR (2023 to 2032)


Forecast Year Value, 2032

USD XX Billion

Historical Data for

2019 to 2022

Segment Covered

Aircraft, Product

Companies Covered

  • Aircraft Demolition, LLC
  • Universal Asset Management (UAM)
  • Air Salvage International (ASI)
  • Aircraft End-of-Life Solutions (AELS)
  • AeroTurbine, Inc.
  • AerSale
  • eCube Solutions
  • Global Aviation Asset Management (GAAM) & Othres


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  • Reputation and Corporate Social Responsibility: Airlines, aircraft manufacturers, and other aviation stakeholders are increasingly concerned with corporate social responsibility and sustainable practises. Adopting aircraft recycling practises is consistent with their commitment to environmental stewardship and contributes to the enhancement of their corporate image and reputation. Emphasising sustainable aircraft end-of-life management contributes to their sustainability goals and demonstrates their commitment to responsible business practises.
  • Material Value and Resource Recovery: The economic value of aircraft components and materials is a major driving force in the Aircraft Recycling Market. Many of the parts and materials in retired aircraft are still valuable and can be refurbished, resold, or repurposed. Engines, avionics, landing gear, and interior fittings can all be salvaged and repurposed in other aircraft or industries. Demand for aircraft recycling services is driven by the potential for resource recovery and the economic opportunities associated with recycling.
  • Technological Progress: Technological advances in aircraft recycling processes and techniques help to drive market growth. Dismantling methods, material separation, and recycling technologies are being improved to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of aircraft recycling operations. Advanced technologies enable the safe and efficient extraction of valuable materials from retired aircraft, such as metals, plastics, and composites. These developments encourage the use of aircraft recycling practises and make the process more economically viable.


  • Aircraft Recycling Infrastructure Is Limited: In comparison to the number of retiring aircraft, the availability of dedicated aircraft recycling facilities and infrastructure is relatively limited. This limitation can result in capacity constraints, longer turnaround times, and logistical challenges when handling and processing retired aircraft. To meet the growing demand for aircraft recycling, significant investments and careful planning are required.

By Aircraft Synopsys:

North America Aircraft Recycling Market Size

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The market is classified by aircraft into narrow-body, wide-body, regional. Among these segments, the narrow-body segment is expected to hold a significant revenue share during the forecast period. Narrow-body aircraft are single-aisle commercial planes designed for short to medium-distance flights. Boeing 737 and Airbus A320 series are two examples. Airlines frequently use narrow-body aircraft for domestic and regional flights on high-demand routes. Narrow-body aircraft account for a sizable portion of the aircraft recycling industry due to their popularity and large fleet size. Recycling narrow-body aircraft entails meticulous dismantling, component recovery, and material recycling. Aluminium, steel, and other valuable components are recycled and repurposed for use in a variety of industries.

By Product Synopsys:    

The market is classified by product into component [engines, landing gear, avionics], material [aluminum, other metals & alloys]. Among these segments, the material segment is expected to hold the largest share of the North America Aircraft Recycling Market during the forecast period. Aluminium is commonly used in aircraft bodies and structural components due to its lightweight and corrosion-resistant properties. Aluminium is highly recyclable, and its value is retained even after recycling. Aluminium that has been recycled can be used in a variety of industries, including aerospace, automotive, and construction. Besides aluminum, retired aircraft also contain other metals and alloys, such as titanium, steel, copper, and nickel. These materials have value and can be recycled for use in various industries. Recycling other metals and alloys from aircraft helps conserve natural resources, reduce the need for new production, and minimize environmental impact.

Top Companies Includes In The North America Aircraft Recycling Landscape:

  • Aircraft Demolition, LLC
  • Universal Asset Management (UAM)
  • Air Salvage International (ASI)
  • Aircraft End-of-Life Solutions (AELS)
  • AeroTurbine, Inc.
  • AerSale
  • eCube Solutions
  • Global Aviation Asset Management (GAAM)
  • AvMax Group Inc.
  • Jet Yard, LLC
  • Others

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In-depth analysis of North America Aircraft Recycling Market along with industry coverage and forecasting for the following segments:

Market Size, By Aircraft

  • Narrow-body
  • Wide-body
  • Regional

Market Size, By Product

  • Component [Engines, Landing Gear, Avionics]
  • Material [Aluminum, Other Metals & Alloys])

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