Confidence is high in the sales offices in Toulouse, Sao Paulo and Seattle. Despite dips in the European and North American aircraft market, projected sales figures across Asia are rising fast enough to take up the slack. China is buying hundreds of aircraft a year, and the Civil Aviation Administration of China has bold plans for up to 450-500 million passenger trips by 2015. Ballooning middle classes, relatively undeveloped transport infrastructure (few arterial roads, fewer railways and ...

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