Airbus has predicted German airlines will operate a collective fleet of 1,821 aircraft by 2032, according to its latest Global Market Forecast (GMF). Airbus forecasts traffic to and from Germany will grow by 3.5% per annum (below the global average of 4.7%) through 2032, driving a need for more than 800 new aircraft to address the country’s rising international and domestic air travel requirements. German airlines’ fleet is predicted to grow from 1,013 today to 1,821 in 2032, an ...

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