Cabin interiors manufacturer BE Aerospace is predicting double-digit revenue growth for several years to come as the company benefits from a fleet renewal effort by the world’s airlines. This demand for new cabins, particularly for a greater number of “new-buy” widebodies, has prompted the U.S. manufacturer to improve its 2012 guidance some 17 cents since this time last year to $2.82 per diluted share—and a 26% growth on 2011—and issue a 2013 outlook of $3.38 per diluted share, a 20% ...

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