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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.

Tags: Boeing  |  world fleet  |  Randy Tinseth  |  commercial aircraft  |  freighters  |  regional jets

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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