Boeing forecast demand for 30,900 new commercial aircraft valued at $3.6 trillion over the next two decades in its latest "Current Market Outlook" released yesterday, projecting the global fleet will expand 92.2% from 18,890 currently to 36,300 in 2029. The forecast demand for new aircraft is 6.5% higher than the 29,000 predicted last year. The manufacturer remained bullish in its long-term projections for traffic, predicting annual growth rates of 5.3% for passengers and 5.9% ...

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