Asia's civilian aircraft fleet to be biggest by far in 2035

Paris air show begins on Monday
Posted at 10:54 AM, Jun 19, 2017

The biggest aviation show and fair worldwide has opened on Monday at Le Bourget airport in Paris. The biggest aircraft manufacturer worldwide, Boeing, will of course be taking part in the exhibition that runs until Sunday. According to a report by the Chicago based firm, 39,000 new civilian aircraft at a combined value of $5.9 trillion could be needed in the coming 20 years.

Taking into account that older planes will be decommissioned, in 2035 the worldwide fleet of passenger planes could grow to stand at 45,240 units, twice as many as in 2015. As the below infographic shows, the biggest increase is likely to take place in Asia, whose fleet could grow from the being second largest, to become the largest by far in 2035. Boeing predicts growth in North America to be not as vast.

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