2010 will be a pivotal year that will set widebody strategies and fortunes for decades to come. The stakes are sky high and the complexity of the aircraft being built is not for the faint hearted.
IN THE BATTLE FOR SUPREMACY TO SUPPLY THE LION'S SHARE OF twin-aisle aircraft, a market estimated at 7,925 planes over the next 20 years, 2010 will go down as a pivotal year that will set strategies and fortunes for decades to come. Overall, Airbus forecasts that the global market over the period is for 25,000 new passenger and freighter aircraft valued at $3.1 trillion made up of 1,700 very large types, 6,250 twin-aisles and almost 17,000 single-aisles. The airline industry is ...
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