Airbus predicted that by 2030 the US and Canada will require 6,315 new passenger and freighter aircraft—above 100 seats—worth $648 billion.
A320neo. Courtesy, Airbus Airbus predicted that by 2030 the US and Canada will require 6,315 new passenger and freighter aircraft—above 100 seats—worth $648 billion. According to the latest Airbus Global Market Forecast presented Thursday in Washington by Airbus COO-customers John Leahy, 5,901 will be passenger aircraft and 414 will be freighters. “With a 20-year growth in revenue passenger miles of 3.3%, North America remains one of the world’s ...
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