GE Commercial Aviation Service President and CEO Henry Hubschman Friday cited a "disconnect" between air traffic and capacity growth, with the former expected to rise at a rate of 4.5% annually compared to an average increase in the number of aircraft seats of 5.5% over the next five years. Speaking to the Aero Club of Washington, Hubschman said, "I would argue that the [aircraft] orders are too large. We wish they would moderate a bit, but we don't control that." While acknowledging that he ...

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