Airbus has raised its 20-year forecast for new aircraft deliveries as airlines continue to place new orders to meet the rising travel demand and to replace the ageing fleet with more advanced and fuel-efficient aircraft to achieve zero-emission. Airbus expects 40,850 deliveries of new passenger and freighter aircraft over the next 20 years, up from 39,490 aircraft in its last prediction in 2022, according to its latest Global Market Forecast revealed ahead of the Paris Airshow next week. Of the 40,850 new deliveries through to 2042, about 58% are expected for fleet growth and 42% for replacement. About 80% of

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