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Boeing says world fleet to double by 2030
16 June 2011
The aircraft manufacturer forecasts a demand for 33,500 new aircraft buy 2030.
Boeing expects the world fleet
to double over the next two decade, according to its current
market outlook, published today. The US manufacturer is
forecasting a market for 33,500 aircraft over the next 20
years, worth about $4 trillion.
"The world market has recovered and is now expanding at a
significant rate," says Randy Tinseth, vice president of
Marketing, Boeing Commercial Airplanes. "Not...
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