Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States will require 1,060 new commercial aircraft worth about $70 billion over the next 20 years, Boeing said yesterday in an update to its annual forecast released two months ago (ATWOnline, June 14). The manufacturer decided its Current Market Outlook should include a separate regional forecast for Russia/CIS for the first time. It said aircraft in the 737 size range will account for 44% of commercial airplanes delivered to Russian and CIS ...

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