Boeing predicts that over the next 20 years, airlines in the Oceania region will order a larger share of smaller-widebody aircraft than the global average.  Smaller widebodies are expected to comprise 16% of the jet aircraft delivered to Australian and New Zealand carriers, versus a 5% share for medium-sized widebodies, Boeing’s Managing Director for Market Analysis James Billing said during a media briefing. This trend is noticeably different from Boeing’s global ...

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