Up to 44,500 new aircraft could be delivered globally over the next two decades in deals worth US $2.9tn, according to industry watchers at Cirium. The projected number of new aircraft suggests the sector’s recovery from the impact of coronavirus lockdowns is on track, Ascend by Cirium, the consultancy arm of aviation analytics firm Cirium, outlined in a new report. “The new Cirium Fleet Forecast shows a positive long-term outlook for aviation. The industry is undergoing structural changes, but remains on course to return to traditional growth paths by 2025,” said Rob Morris, Ascend by Cirium’s global head of consultancy.

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