RBC: U.S. Carriers Need 600 More Orders To Maintain Growth, Fleet Replacement
The five largest U.S. carriers will need to add more than 600 aircraft to existing order books to meet the next decade’s projected growth and replacement needs, an RBC Capital Markets analysis suggests. RBC based its projection on a survey of 34 global carriers that, combined, operate about 6,200...
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