Boeing projects robust demand for airliners

Staff writerJune 12, 2013 

Boeing’s new 20-year forecast predicts airlines worldwide will need some 35,000 new airliners in the next two decades as the world’s airline fleet more than doubles.

That forecast, rolled out Tuesday by Boeing marketing vice president Randy Tinseth, predicts demand will be particularly strong from Asian carriers and in the single-aidle segment of the business.

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