Even as Air India’s first Boeing 787 is in final assembly and due for delivery at the end of the first quarter or early second quarter of 2011, Boeing is estimating that the Indian aviation market will need 1,150 commercial jets valued at around $130 billion over the next 20 years. In its current Market Outlook for India, Boeing says the aircraft represent 3.6% of Boeing Commercial Airplanes’ worldwide forecast. According to Boeing, South Asia (India, Pakistan, Nepal, SriLanka, ...
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