Embraer predicts growing demand for Asia-Pacific region

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Brazilian plane maker Embraer predicts that it will deliver 3,010 new planes, with each unit having up to 150 seats, to the Asia-Pacific region in the next 20 years.

In a recent  statement, Embraer highlighted that the Asia-Pacific had enjoyed “rapid social and economic development” in recent decades, leading to increased revenue and expenditure by families.

According to Embraer, the 3,010 planes involved will account for 29 percent of the global demand in the next two decades, with the total estimated at 10,550 units.

It added that over 250 planes of between 50 and 150 seats in the Asia-Pacific are over 10 years old, as the operational lifespan of a commercial airliner is around 30 years.

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