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,...
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...
Demand for new commercial airliners between this year and 2038 will grow to 39.210 aircraft worth $4.9 trillion, Airbus forecasts in its latest Global Market Forecast. It was presented in London on September 18 by Chief Commercial Officer Christian Scherer and Senior...
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