U.S. aircraft manufacturing industry to grow through 2017.

The U.S. airline industry is looking to take flight as experts predict the aircraft manufacturing industry will be growing over the course of the next few years. Research and Markets released its market findings in the Aircraft Manufacturing Industry in the U.S. and its International Trade [2013 Q4 Edition], which said the U.S. aircraft manufacturing industry made $92.5 billion in revenue in 2012. Along with an estimated gross of 30.3 percent, the report said the aircraft manufacturing industry will grow by 22 percent through 2017. As the industry grows over the next few years, aircraft manufacturers can look to manufacturing recruiters to help them add workers to their businesses.

Import and export revenue also played a part in a strong manufacturing market. Foreign imports totaled $10.3 billion among 39 countries. U.S. manufacturers exported $3.5 billion worth of goods to 61 countries as well. The publication said the total domestic demand, adding value to and deducting export value from shipment value, for the industry came to $99.3 billion in 2012.

The report, which is released at the end of every year, examines economic factors such as current macroeconomic trends, granular product data, government demand, labor requests and global trade. Analysts for the publication believe that if the industry continues with positive outcomes, it will reach the 22 percent prediction.