Falling Retirements, Rising Production Rates Set To Clash

Credit: Nigel Howarth/AW&ST
A steady run of low fuel prices combined with strong global passenger demand have slowed the flow of older aircraft out of the global fleet, setting up a showdown between retirement rates and planned new-aircraft production increases. Brent Crude oil prices, which hovered at $100-120 per barrel from...

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