Boeing has released its annual Current Market Outlook in June, projecting a demand for 35,280 new aircraft over the next 20 years, valued at $4.8 trillion and a doubling of the world fleet over the next two decades. Passenger traffic and cargo traffic are each expected to grow 5% annually. The narrowbody market continues to be the main driver of the forecast and Boeing anticipates 24,670 new single-aisle aircraft will be needed in this segment because of the growth of low-cost carriers ...

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