ATR is seeing demand for 2.450 new turboprop aircraft in the next twenty years up to 2041, it says in its latest market forecast that was released on the second day of the Farnborough Airshow. The French/Italian airframer is seeing strong demand for regional aircraft....
MHIrj Aero Advisory Services, a division within the MHIrj group and part of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has produced its first Market Forecast in time for Farnborough Airshow. The team behind this effort is the former Bombardier Commercial Aircraft marketing team. ...
At Wings India 2022, the biennial aviation event organised by the Government of India, Airbus released its 20-year market forecast for the Indian market. India will require 2,210 new aircraft over the next 20 years, according to Airbus’ latest India Market Forecast....
Embraer is set to launch a full freighter conversion program of the E190 and E195 within the next six months, but it doesn’t rule out offering a new freighter either. A decision on the new aircraft program depends on the demand and could take a bit later to come, Vice...
NewsBusiness aircraft traffic in the US is rebounding much more rapidly than commercial airline traffic. The following graph from FlightAware shows the recovery in business aircraft traffic in a year to year comparison with 2019. While traffic has not yet fully...
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