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APAC will need 2,050 planes in 60-150-seat segment in next 20 years

Bombardier says strong growth, booming middle class may triple passenger traffic

Bombardier says demand for domestic and regional connectivity means that the fastest traffic growth in the region will come from small and medium-sized cities with challenging airports.


BY 2036, the Asia-Pacific region is expected to take delivery of some 2,050 aircraft in the 60 to 150-seat segment, or 16 per cent of a worldwide market for 12,550 aircraft valued at US$820 billion, Bombardier projects.

According to the Canadian-based manufacturer of

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