China’s booming air travel market will require 3,200 new airliners over the coming decade, with more than 50% still to be ordered, according to a new study released by lessor Avolon. Ireland-headquartered Avolon, which was bought by China’s Bohai Leasing in 2016, is the world’s third-largest leasing business with a portfolio of close to 850 owned, managed and committed aircraft as of March 31. In its white paper on the Chinese market, Avolon said China is the largest ...

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