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Demand for 20- to 149-seat commercial aircraft is expected to reach 12,800 new aircrafts in 20 year period from 2010 to 2029

posted Nov 16, 2010, 11:18 PM by Rowan Hewitt

Bombardier released its annual market forecasts for business and commercial aircraft markets. Demand for 20- to 149-seat commercial aircraft is expected to reach 12,800 new aircrafts in 20 year period from 2010 to 2029. Source_1

Aero Contractors (NG) chief executive Obaro Ibru expresses appreciation for pledge of support from Oceanic Bank for carrier’s financial obligations and expansion plans. Source_1

Ethiopian Airlines initial three of five new B777-200LRs to arrive in Addis Ababa: first on November 20, second in mid December 2010 and thrid in mid January 2011, says chief executive Girma Wake. Source_1

Senegal government purchases A319 VIP aircraft from France government. Source_1

Sukhoi Civil Aircraft (Russia) plans to sell 115-120 SSJ100s in Europe. Source_1

Bombardier delivers 1,000th Dash 8/Q-Series aircraft — a Q400 NextGen, delivered to Pinnacle Airlines (US). Source_1

Ethiopia Airlines plans launch of new services to Bangui, Malakal and Maputo beginning 01 December, increasing carrier’s destinations to 40 in Africa and 60 worldwide. Source_1

Turkish Airlines planning to increase Africa destinations to 37 from 16 and, by 2015, to increase global passengers to 60 million from current 16 million. Source_1

 

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