Both Airbus and Boeing released bullish forecasts for the global commercial aircraft market on the opening day of the Farnborough Airshow, with Boeing projecting slightly stronger demand. Boeing forecasts demand for 39,620 commercial aircraft over the next 20 years valued at $5.9 trillion. The number of aircraft, which includes regional aircraft below 90 seats, is 4.1% higher than the 20-year forecast issued by Boeing in 2015. The Airbus forecast sees 33,000 new commercial aircraft through ...

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