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Asia-Pac will need 14,450 planes worth US$2.3t over next 20 years

The new orders from the region will account for as much as 40 per cent of global demand, projects Airbus

In the coming weeks, Airbus will deliver the A350-1000, which is on display at the Singapore Airshow this week, to launch customer Qatar Airways.


The Asia-Pacific will need some 14,450 new planes valued at US$2.3 trillion over the next two decades as passenger traffic in the region is set to triple to make it the world's largest aviation market, Airbus projects.

With passenger traffic in the region slated to

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