Boeing predicts that Russia/CIS passenger traffic will grow 4.8% annually on average through 2029. Photo: Transaero 737. Boeing last week forecasted that airlines in Russia and the CIS will take delivery of about 960 new aircraft valued at $90 billion over the next 20 years. "New airplane deliveries in the region will be driven largely by the need to retire older, less fuel-efficient single-aisle airplanes and regional jets, as airlines replace them with new-generation, more ...

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