Comac forecasts that 30,910 commercial passenger jet aircraft of all sizes will be built by 2030, of which slightly more than 10% will be single-aisle aircraft of 100-200 seats sold in China. This is a slight uptick from the global outlook the company issued last year for the period ending in 2029. Comac now assumes that global traffic growth will average 4.9%, down from its previous estimate of 5.2%. The rise in the aircraft demand forecast, despite the expected lower growth rate, ...
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