The passenger aircraft fleet above 100 seats serving Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific region is set to increase by more than 600 aircraft, almost doubling in the next 20 years from a fleet of some 750 to over 1,350 aircraft by 2036, according to Airbus’ latest market forecast. Some 360 of this larger fleet will be single aisle and 250 will be twin aisles including 50 aircraft with 400 or more seats. Today, widebody aircraft like the A380, A330 and A350 deliver around 70% of traffic to and from the region and by 2036, will continue to play
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