In its latest market outlook, Boeing projects demand for 3,860 new commercial aircraft in southeast Asia through 2035, valued at $565 billion. Passenger traffic in the region is expected to increase at 6.4% over the next two decades. Boeing cited the region’s large population, middle class expansion and increasing incomes as drivers behind the opening up of domestic, regional and international markets. “The upturn in this metric is also largely due to the region's island ...

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