SEATTLE/PARIS (Reuters) – Boeing on Tuesday upgraded its 20-year forecast for airplane demand, saying airlines will need 35,280 new jets worth $ 4.8 trillion as the world's fleet doubles over the next two decades. The bullish new forecast shows a 3.8 percent increase from Boeing's prior rolling 20-year outlook, anticipating a surge in Asia-Pacific travel that will keep production rates at jet factories rising. Boeing said passenger and cargo traffic, both indicators of economic activity, are expected to grow 5 percent annually. Airlines will need 24,670 single-aisle jets worth $ 2. …
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