Air traffic is growing strongly and continuously in the long-term and out of crisis which predicts a strong rise in demand. Due to its density (4.5 vs. 7.8 for steel) and high resistance to corrosion, titanium has become a more popular material for a variety of aerospace applications : structural parts (door frames, engine pylon parts, wing box parts), landing gears (arms, bogie beams, torque links), engine parts (LPC/IPC disks, HPC disks, fan disks), fastener.