WICHITA—The regional aircraft market is stabilizing, following seven years of erratic swings in production, with long-term growth projected, according to a new study by Forecast International. The study projects demand for 3,817 regional aircraft from 2016 through 2025, with a value of $135.2 billion. The forecast includes regional jets and regional turboprop airliners. Forecast International predicts annual output to remain relatively flat in 2016–17, with just more than 340 ...

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