Boeing says manufacturers’ record order backlogs will not lead to excessive airline capacity, and the company has identified a set of measurements it says proves that market conditions justify the large order totals. Some industry observers assume that the size of the order books at Airbus and Boeing is likely to create surplus capacity, says Kostya Zolotusky, managing director of capital markets and leasing for Boeing Capital Corp., during a recent media briefing in Sydney. But he says ...

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