DUBAI—Boeing projects the Middle East will require 63,000 new technicians and 2,990 new aircraft over the next two decades to support the region’s growth. An aging widebody fleet and a need for refreshing them is partly responsible for why the Middle East’s maintenance and engineering growth will be higher than the global average. Boeing’s Services Market Outlook released Feb. 11 forecasts maintenance and engineering will comprise 4% of the $8.8 trillion commercial ...

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