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81. IATA Revises Forecasts; Deeper Losses Expected
IATA Revises Forecasts; Deeper Losses Expected. IATA has revised its global financial forecast predicting airline losses totaling US$11 billion in 2009. This is US$2 billion worse than the previously projected US$9 billion loss due to rising fuel prices and exceptionally weak yields. Industry revenues for the year are expected to fall by US$80 billion (15%) to US$455 billion compar
82. IATA Revises Financial Outlook for Global Air Transport Industry Profits
IATA has revised its 2016 financial outlook for global air transport industry profits upwards to $39.4 billion (from $36.3 forecast in December 2015). The revised number is expected to be generated on revenues of $709 billion for an aggregate net profit margin of 5.6%. 2016 is expected to be the fifth consecutive year of improving aggregate industry profits.
83. Asia Pacific Airlines to Lead Global Demand for Larger Aircraft Over Next 20 Years
According to Airbus, Asia Pacific airlines will lead global demand for larger and more eco-efficient aircraft types over the next 20 years. Altogether, airlines from the region will take delivery of around 9,870 new passenger and cargo aircraft during the forecast period, valued at US$1.6 trillion. This represents 35% of all new aircraft deliveries worldwide over the next 20 years,
84. Boeing Forecasts US$3.2 trillion Market for New Commercial Airplanes over next 20 years
Boeing Forecasts US$3.2 trillion Market for New Commercial Airplanes over next 20 years. The influence of current market conditions is clearly reflected in the 2008 outlook, with replacement airplanes taking a greater share of demand (43%) than previously forecast (36%) -- due to the loss of economic viability of older aircraft in light of higher fuel costs. In addition, Boeing is
85. Boeing Forecasts Middle East to Require 2,945 New Planes Through 2039
Boeing has forecast a demand for 2,945 new airplanes in the Middle East valued at $685 billion over the next two decades, as the industry recovers from the ongoing global COVID19 pandemic in the medium and long term.
86. Boeing Forecasts $4.5 Trillion Market for 34,000 New Airplanes
Boeing has forecast a $4.5 trillion market for 34,000 new airplanes over the next 20 years as the current world fleet doubles in size, according to the Boeing 2012 Current Market Outlook (CMO) released on Tuesday.
87. Boeing Forecasts $3.6 Trillion Market; 30,900 New Planes
Boeing Forecasts $3.6 Trillion Market; 30,900 New Planes. Boeing has forecast a $3.6 trillion market for new commercial airplanes over the next 20 years as world economies rebound and strong demand for new and replacement aircraft spurs growth. The Boeing 2010 Current Market Outlook (CMO), now in its 46th year of public release, foresees a market for 30,900 new commercial passenger
88. Boeing Forecasts Air Cargo Traffic to Double in 20 Years
Boeing has forecast that air cargo operators will need more than 2,600 freighters over the next two decades to keep up with increasing global freight traffic, which is expected to double with 4.2% growth annually.

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