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The World Will Need 42,600 New Civil Aircraft in the Next 20 Years

Issuing time:2023-07-04 13:28

With international and domestic air travel trafficreturning to pre-epidemic levels, Boeing today released its 2023 Civil AviationMarket Outlook (CMO) on the eve of the Paris Airshow, forecasting global demandfor 42,595 new civil airplanes valued at $8 trillion through 2042.

A summary of highlights from the latest CMO includes:

·     Passenger growth continues to outpaceglobal economic growth of 2.6%

·      The global fleet will nearly double in size over the next 20 years to48,600 aircraft, growing at an average annual rate of 3.5%。

  • Airlines will renew about half of their global fleet with new, more     efficient aircraft.

Boeing's projections for regional needs and major trendsthrough 2042 include:

·      Asia-Pacific market to account for more than 40% of global demand, half ofwhich will come from China.

·      South Asia's fleet will grow at an average annual rate of more than 7%,the highest in the world, with India accounting for more than 90% of theregion's traffic.

·      North America and Europe will each account for about 20% of global demand.

·      By 2042, low-cost airlines will operate more than 40% of the globalsingle-aisle fleet, far exceeding the current 10%.

·      The civil aviation services market is forecast to have a total value of$3.8 trillion, including digital solutions that reduce costs and increaseefficiencies, strong demand for parts and supply chain solutions, a growingrepair and modification business, and effective training services that enhancesafety and support the pilot and maintenance personnel development pipeline.

·      Further over the 20-year forecast period, the demand for differentaircraft types is expected to be as follows:

·      New single-aisle aircraft will account for more than 75% of totaldeliveries, a slight increase from the 2022 forecast, totaling more than 32,000aircraft.

·      New wide-body aircraft will account for nearly 20% of deliveries, andthese more than 7,400 aircraft will allow airlines to open up new markets andserve existing routes more efficiently.

·      Air cargo will continue to lead the growth of global trade, with carriersrequiring 2,800 dedicated freighters, including more than 900 new wide-bodyfreighters, with the remainder being narrow- and wide-body conversions.

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