Boeing has upped its 20-year forecast of world jet transport demand in its latest Current Market Outlook, released yesterday. The manufacturer now sees a requirement for 27,200 new aircraft valued at more than $2.6 trillion through 2025. Last year it projected a need for 25,700 aircraft worth $2.1 trillion (ATWOnline, June 9, 2005). The increase in deliveries compared to the 2005 CMO largely is attributable to today's high fuel prices coupled with the introduction of "new, very efficient, ...

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