Boeing's forecast for the Asia-Pacific region over the next 20 years shows demand for 7,000 new aircraft worth $770 billion. It's no surprise that the region remains the largest market outside the U.S. for commercial aircraft. The detailed outlook looks much like Boeing's world forecast released earlier this year: Single-aisle aircraft dominate, with 3,690 deliveries expected. Intermediate twins will account for about 2,430 deliveries; regional jets, 540; and Boeing 747/Airbus A380-size ...
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