China will need more than 7,400 new passenger and freight aircraft over the next two decades, accounting for nearly 20% of the global demand for 37,400 new aircraft expected by 2037, according to the latest Airbus China Market Forecast. Airbus divided the estimated 7,400 aircraft, valued at $1.06 trillion, into four groups roughly corresponding to size. For the smallest segment, where single-aisle aircraft compete, the manufacturer predicts a ...

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