United Aircraft Corp. (UAC) has predicted a need for 1,170 passenger aircraft, worth $135 billion at list prices, by 2036, the Russian manufacturer said during last week’s MAKS Air Show in Moscow. According to the UAC Market Forecast 2017-2036, 91-120-seat aircraft will get a 15% share in Russia, while the global share of the type is estimated to be 6% over the next 20 years. Widebodies will make up 10% of the Russian market, compared to 18% globally. According to UAC, Russian ...

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