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89. Airbus Forecasts Middle East to Need Over 50,000 New Pilots Over Next 20 Years
According to the 2019 Airbus Global Market Forecast (GMF), the fleet size of operators from all regions serving the UAE will nearly treble to some 1,730 aircraft by 2038 from around 630 today. This includes 750 Small category aircraft like the A320 and A321, and 980 Medium and Large aircraft like the A330neo and A350 serving the UAE market in the next two decades. UAE O&D passenger
90. Boeing Forecasts Chinas Airlines to Require 8,700 New Planes by 2040
Boeing has forecast that airlines in China will require 8,700 new airplanes by 2040, valued at $1.47 trillion, to meet expanding commercial air travel demand. By 2030, Chinas domestic passenger market will exceed intra-European traffic; by 2040, Chinas domestic traffic is expected to also exceed air travel within North America. Published by on 23 September 2021
91. Boeing 20-Year Outlook Forecasts 4,210 New Airplanes Needed in South East Asia
Boeing has forecast a demand for 4,210 new airplanes, valued at $650 billion, over the next 20 years in Southeast Asia. The annual report forecasts the region will continue its strong annual traffic growth at 6.2%, outpacing the worlds average growth rate by 1.5%.
92. Boeing Forecasts APAC to Have Greatest Demand for Pilots, Technicians and Cabin Crew
Boeing has forecast the Asia Pacific region to have the greatest global demand for new civil aviation personnel over the next 20 years. The region is projected to account for 33% of the global need for pilots, 34% for technicians and 36% for cabin crew.
93. STR Updates 2009 / 10 U.S. Hotel Industry Forecasts
STR Updates 2009 / 10 U.S. Hotel Industry Forecasts. As part of its new monthly forecast program, STR is projecting a 17.1% decrease in revenue per available room for the U.S. hotel industry in 2009. The company also revised its forecasts for the summer travel season, year-end 2009 and 2010.
94. IATA Forecasts Global Aviation Industry Net Profit to Rise to $38.4 billion in 2018
IATA forecasts global industry net profit to rise to $38.4 billion in 2018, an improvement from the $34.5 billion expected net profit in 2017 (revised from a $31.4 billion forecast in June). Highlights of expected 2018 performance include:
95. IATA Forecasts US$2.5 billion Loss for 2009
IATA Forecasts US$2.5 billion Loss for 2009. IATAs latest forecast for 2009 predicts an industry loss of US$2.5 billion. All regions, except the US, are expected to report larger losses in 2009 than in 2008. Industry revenues are expected to decline to US$501 billion. This a fall of US$35 billion from the US$536 billion in revenues forecasted for 2008. This drop in revenues is the
96. Airlines See Slower International Freight Growth Over Next Five Years
IATAs Airline Industry Forecast 2013-2017 shows that international freight volumes are expected to grow 17% over the next five years. This consensus outlook incorporates a conservative estimate of the recovery in global economic activity and world trade volumes over the coming years.

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