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News: Boeing predicts aviation recovery by 2024

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Boeing has released its annual forecast for the commercial, defence and space aerospace market, reflecting signs of a recovery following the impacts of Covid-19.

The Boeing Market Outlook (BMO) states that commercial airplanes and services are showing signs of recovery, while the global defence, space and government services markets have remained stable.

The document projects a $9 trillion market over the next decade for aerospace products and services that Boeing addresses.

The forecast is up from $8.5 trillion a year ago, and up from $8.7 trillion in the pre-pandemic 2019 forecast, reflecting the market’s continued recovery progress.

“As our industry recovers and continues to adapt to meet new global needs, we remain confident in long-term growth for aerospace,” said Boeing chief strategy officer, Marc Allen.

“We are encouraged by the fact that scientists have delivered vaccines more rapidly than imaginable and that passengers are demonstrating strong confidence in airplane travel.”

The new Commercial Market Outlook (CMO) reflects that the global market is recovering largely as Boeing projected in 2020.

Demand for domestic air travel is leading the recovery, with intra-regional markets expected to follow as health and travel restrictions ease, followed by long-haul travel’s return to pre-pandemic levels by 2023 to 2024.

Within the Boeing Market Outlook, the CMO projects ten-year global demand for 19,000 commercial airplanes valued at $3.2 trillion.

Boeing’s 20-year commercial forecast through 2040 projects demand for more than 43,500 new airplanes valued at $7.2 trillion, an increase of about 500 planes over last year’s forecast.

In a significant area of growth, projected demand has increased for dedicated freighters, including new and converted models.

With sustained demand for air cargo tied to expanding e-commerce and air freight’s speed and reliability, the CMO projects the global freighter fleet in 2040 will be 70 per cent larger than the pre-pandemic fleet.

“The aerospace industry has made important progress in the recovery, and Boeing’s 2021 forecast reflects our confidence in the resilience of the market,” said Stan Deal, president, Boeing Commercial Airplanes.

“While we remain realistic about ongoing challenges, the past year has shown that passenger traffic rebounds swiftly when the flying public and governments have confidence in health and safety during air travel.

“Our industry continues to serve an essential role of bringing people together and transporting critical supplies.”

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