Jetliner news this year has been dominated by bad headlines. The Boeing 737 MAX disaster, along with 777X program delays, Airbus A330neo problems, doubts about Boeing’s new midmarket airplane and, of course, the long-awaited death of the Airbus A380, have cast shadows over the industry. But market demand developments are actually more concerning. After years of above-trend air traffic growth, air travel demand has slowed markedly this year. The 15-year jetliner market growth—a ...

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