Embraer estimates 10,550 aircraft demand for up to 150 seats in 20 years

Embraer estimates 10,550 aircraft demand for up to 150 seats in 20 years

(Reuters) - Embraer said on Sunday it expects demand for 10,550 new aircraft with capacity for up to 150 seats over the next 20 years, a market worth $ 600 billion.

(Reuters) - Embraer reported on Sunday that it expects demand for 10,550 new aircraft with capacity for up to 150 seats over the next 20 years, valued at $ 600 billion.According to a company note, the fleet of aircraft in service should increase to 16 thousand units in the period, over nine thousand that are currently in operation.Market growth will stimulate 65 percent of this demand, while the remaining 35 percent will be for replacement of older aircraft, Embraer said."Although industry growth has exceeded expectations in recent years, we are preparing for a period of rising costs, with continued pressure for increased profitability. Profits are falling and earnings are disappearing with rising costs," he said. note Embraer Commercial Aviation President & CEO John Slattery.Earlier this month, Embraer struck a deal with the US Boeing to form a joint venture that will involve the Brazilian manufacturer's commercial aviation area, in a phase of transformation of the gl...


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