Boeing predicts a demand for 36,770 new aircraft over the next 20 years, valued at $5.2 trillion, up 4.2% from last year’s forecast of 35,000 aircraft, according to its Current Market Outlook. “This market is strong and resilient,” Boeing Commercial Airplanes VP Randy Tinseth said. “With new and more efficient airplanes entering service, the growth in air travel is being driven by customers who want to fly where they want, when they want.” Fueling this ...

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