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Russian and CIS airlines will need more than 1,300 civilian planes within the next 20 years
Russian and CIS airlines will need more than 1,300 civilian planes within the next 20 years, said Boeing Commercial Airplanes Vice President Craig Jones. Jones, responsible for sales in Russia and the CIS, said most planes used in Russia and the CIS should be decommissioned by 2024. Russian and CIS airlines will also need about 130 wide-bodied jets (9% of the total number) to be used for international and domestic routes. Jones forecasted a 60% growth in the cargo aircraft market and said new and modernized planes would account for two-thirds of the fleet. He said Russian airlines would buy planes with standard or increased capacity. Boeing-747s and Airbus A-380s will account for less than 10% of the cargo aircraft market in Russia and the CIS. Boeing accounted for 80% of 180 foreign-made planes currently used in the post-Soviet space, he said.
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