Boeing upped its forecast for commercial aircraft for the next 20 years, projecting a need for approximately 25,700 new passenger and freighter aircraft during the period worth an estimated $2.1 trillion compared to last year's projection of 25,000 commercial aircraft worth $2 trillion. "The long-term demand for new airplanes is going to remain very strong over the next 20 years," Boeing Commercial Airplanes VP-Marketing Randy Baseler said, adding that the company based its forecast on ...

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