Tuesday 2 October 2018, AmsterdamThe lead analyst of the report said: "The Commercial Aircraft Disassembly, Dismantling & Recycling market will experience a significant revenue growth rate over the forecast period. The Research and Development in Commercial Aircraft Disassembly, Dismantling & Recycling Systems has increased in recent years owing to increases in demand from airline operators globally. Airline operators are switching to the next generation aircraft fleets such as the B737Max, B777X, A350XWB and the B787, as they offer a considerable reduction in maintenance costs, improved operational efficiency, reduced noise and air pollution and are fitted with forward fit avionic systems that are modular in nature. Large and small operators are phasing out their older generations of the A340, B747, B777 and B717. Some operators have gone further implementing wide body aircraft such as the A340 on short haul routes (London-Madrid) to fully utilise the aircraft to its operational lifecycle limit. Once decommissioned, aircraft are disassembled and serviceable materials or components are salvaged. Second hand aircraft parts are an alternative solution to new OEM parts and can be obtained at a significant discount. Furthermore, reclaiming and recycling is a more sustainable method than manufacturing new parts and materials when considering the energy required and the output of emissions."