While there may not be any more mammoth orders on the horizon in Asia, Boeing is confident the region will continue to yield the strongest demand for new aircraft over the long term. Recent changes in airline industry dynamics—such as macroeconomic concerns and plummeting fuel costs—have yet to dull the appetite for new deliveries, says Randy Tinseth, Boeing Commercial Airplanes vice president for marketing, in a Sydney briefing. Growth remains strong, with Asia-Pacific carriers ...

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