“Airbus”: airlines is going to buy new aircraft by $ 3.5 trillion until 2030

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Said CEO of Airbus on Wednesday, said that international airlines will need new planes worth $ 3.5 trillion until 2030, where more than one third of this demand from Asia.

The aviation industry will need 27,800 new aircraft, of which more than one hundred seats, between 2010 and 2030, while Asia is expected to get about 9370 of these aircraft worth $ 1.3 trillion, according to Airbus Chief Executive Tom Anders.

Anders said during a press conference at the air show in Singapore, “our activity is in the process direction to the east, but went to the East”, “We are focused on Asia, because that’s where it achieved most of our growth.”

And compete with Airbus Ndha historic Boeing in the Asian market, and Asia was the source of 50% of 1600 is companies acquired by Airbus last year, and entered into Boeing’s largest deal ever in November when he has agreed to Lyon Air of Indonesia to buy 230 aircraft for twenty-two billion dollars.

It is expected that Asia achieved about 33% of passengers flying internationally by 2030, up from the current 28%, according to Airbus. It is expected to decline 23% to Europe from 27% currently, and the United States will decline to 20% from 27%, according to Airbus. And France-based Airbus is the largest global producer of aircraft, while Boeing comes second, which is based in Chicago.

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