Boeing has increased its 20-year forecast for new airliner demand in China by almost 700 aircraft compared to just 10 months ago.
Chinese aircraft line up at Beijing Metropolitan airport. By Rob Finlayson Boeing has increased its 20-year forecast for new airliner demand in China by almost 700 aircraft compared to just 10 months ago. In a statement released Wednesday, Boeing projects that China will require 5,000 new commercial airplanes valued at $600 billion through 2030. In November the manufacturer forecast the China market demand to be 4,330 new aircraft valued at $460 billion (ATW Daily News, Nov. 3, ...
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