Bombardier is forecasting carriers in the Middle East will take delivery of 450 aircraft in the 60- to 150-seat segment by 2036, as the region is expected to readjust its fleet balance and further develop intra-regional connectivity to restore profit growth and improve yields over the next two decades. According to Bombardier’s Commercial Aircraft Market Forecast for 2017-2036, large regional aircraft in the 60- to 100-seat range will account for 200 deliveries, and small single-aisle ...

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