China's airline industry will absorb 2,600 new airplanes worth $213 billion over the next 20 years, according to Boeing's "Current Market Outlook," making the PRC the largest market for aircraft outside the US. China's fleet will nearly quadruple to more than 3,200 aircraft by the end of the forecast period, according to Boeing. Single-aisle aircraft will account for 1,678 deliveries while "intermediate twin aisles" such as the 787 and 777 will comprise 568 airplanes. Boeing sees a market ...

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