While demand for air travel will remain solid, lower than expected economic growth in the next decade will affect new aircraft deliveries until 2041. In its latest Commercial Market Outlook (CMO) that was released today, Boeing forecasts 41.170 deliveries of new...
Airbus has slightly revised upwards the projected number of aircraft deliveries for the next twenty years. Based on the continued recovery of air travel, the European airframer is expecting worldwide demand for commercial aircraft to grow to 39.490 aircraft by 2041,...
The past year 2021 has seen record sales of Boeing freighters. After getting to eighty on December 21 thanks to an order for nineteen 767-300Fs from UPS, Boeing announced on January 6 that it had received another order before the end of the year from Atlas Air. The...
One of the key topics at Dubai Airshow has been the growth of the freighter market. With the launch order for the Airbus A350F, Embraer announcing it will enter the freighter market, and Boeing and some of its customers saying they will expand the...
UPDATE – Airbus predicts demand for commercial aircraft to shift from fleet growth to accelerated retirement of older, less fuel-efficient aircraft, resulting in the need for 39.020 aircraft over the next two decades. In their Global Market Forecast that Airbus...
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