3,180 New Aircraft Needed In The Middle East By 2034

The Middle East region will need 3,180 aircraft valued at $730bn in the next 20 years to meet demand, according to the latest Boeing Current Market Outlook.

The Middle East region will need 3,180 aircraft valued at $730bn in the next 20 years to meet demand, according to the latest Boeing Current Market Outlook.

The OEM said 70 per cent of demand is expected to be driven by a rapid fleet expansion, with the 737 MAX forecast to command the largest share of new deliveries with 1,410 aircraft.

Widebody aircraft such as the 787 and 777 will account for just less than half of the region’s new aircraft deliveries over the 20-year period, compared to 23 per cent globally.

 

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