China will require more than 5,300 new passenger aircraft and freighters worth some $820 billion from 2014 to 2033, Airbus predicted in its latest Global Market Forecast. The Asian nation will account for 17% of global demand for new aircraft over the next two decades. The European manufacturer believes deliveries to China will amount to 5,363 aircraft over the period, comprising 3,567 single-aisle aircraft, 1,477 twin-aisles and 319 in the very large aircraft ...

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