Boeing yesterday told reporters in New Delhi that it has boosted its forecast for aircraft demand in the fast-growing Indian market, projecting that the country's airlines will order 911 passenger aircraft valued at $86 billion over the next 20 years. Last year the manufacturer pegged demand in the market at 856 aircraft valued at $72 billion over the next two decades (ATW, January 2007). It said the higher demand is owing to the rise of private airlines in India. About 75% of the demand ...

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