The market for aircraft generators market was worth $5.83 billion in 2022. By 2033, it is predicted that the market will have grown from US$ 6.30 billion to US$ 12.98 billion. Over the projected timeframe, the market for aircraft generators is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.5%.

 Aircraft generators aid in providing an aircraft with electrical power. Compared to aircraft alternators, aircraft generators offer a number of advantages. A rising number of people prefer aviation generators because they are less vulnerable to errant electrical spikes or reversed polarity. Even when the battery is dead, these generators can continue to provide electricity.

The growing demand for electric aircraft in commercial aviation is a key factor in the market's rise. Additionally, there is more collaboration to invest between manufacturers of electrical and aircraft

The market is being driven by elements such as passenger-related applications, which include rural passenger accessibility and urban air mobility, enabling travel to remote areas. Accessibility for business travel and broad commercial air service are further factors driving market growth during the projection period.

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The aviation industry is currently witnessing considerable changes with regard to technology advancements in aircraft models. As a result, the power generation systems used in aeroplanes have improved. Future aircraft in the aviation sector are increasingly likely to be electric or hybrid-electric, and their adoption is also projected to increase significantly.

Electrical alternatives lessen the costs, temperature, fluid, and contamination problems associated with traditional aircraft systems. Electrical systems are up to 80% more effective because they feature more efficient motors and a decreased likelihood of component failure.

The market for aircraft generators is most likely to be dominated by North America. The expansion of the market is being facilitated by the existence of several businesses pushing the electrification of the aviation industry. Since the countries are expanding national aircraft production, the Asia Pacific region is experiencing the fastest increase.

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  • Market share for aircraft generators in the US is predicted to be 18.3%.
  • A 5.8% market share for Japanese aircraft generators is anticipated.
  • A market share of 5.1% is anticipated for the German aircraft generators market during the forecast period.
  • The UK aircraft generator market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 3.1%.
  • Over the course of the forecast period, the Chinese aircraft generators market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 4.4%.
  • With a market share of 68.6% during the forecast period, the fixed wing sector is expected to dominate.


Major companies in the aircraft generators market include Honeywell Aerospace Safran, Thales Group, Collins Aerospace, General Electric, Ametek, Inc., Diehl Aviation, Meggitt plc, Rolls-Royce Holdings plc, Calnetix Technologies, Unison Industries, Pbs Aerospace, Astronics Corporation, Aerospace Electrical Systems, Arc Systems, Inc., Skurka Aerospace, Inc., Sinfonia Technology Co. Ltd., Epropelled, Duryea Technologies, Plane-Power and others.

Businesses in the aviation generator industry are working to improve their current products and develop brand-new aircraft generator technology. Some market rivals are forming strategic alliances with one another in order to broaden their impact and keep their dominance. In order to boost their entry into lucrative industries, they are also maintaining good relationships with aircraft manufacturers, notably with those that produce electric aircraft.


  • Diehl Aviation developed its own generator in June 2022 to provide oxygen in case of an emergency on board passenger aircraft. At the Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) in Hamburg, the leading manufacturer of cabin interiors and aircraft systems made its official debut with the Universal Oxygen Generator.
  • Using its 1-megawatt generating system, Honeywell completed the first phase of testing in May 2022. It is a whole new form of power developed especially for use by hybrid-electric aircraft. This system is likewise aerospace-grade and is the first electric machine of its sort to operate as a 1-megawatt motor without modifications.