Embraer Commercial Aviation forecasts that airlines in Africa and the Middle East will take delivery of 530 new 70-130 seat aircraft, valued at $25 billion at list prices, over the next 20 years. Embraer estimates 65% of the total new deliveries will be added to support market demand growth while 35% will replace aging retiring aircraft. According to Embraer, air transport in Africa and the Middle East will steadily grow 5.3% and 7.1% per annum over the next 20 years, ...

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