Despite a greater sensitivity of public opinion to environmental issues compared to those in other parts of the world, Europeans will continue to fly en masse in the decades to come.
But an aircraft that will have to keep its promise to become “greener” and more “flexible” thanks to suitable fuels (SAF, hydrogen, etc.), new designs and engines.
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Bolstered by these conclusions, drawn from its new regional study on Europe's needs, Boeing is showing its optimism in the ability of aeronautics demand to rebound on the Old Continent.
"Europe is a pole of stability for the demand for new planes"
, summarizes Darren Hulst, vice-president "Sales & marketing" of the American aeronautic giant.
“The fundamentals of Europe remain intact.
We expect steady growth in air traffic on the continent, ”he
Boeing anticipates passenger traffic growth of 3.1% per year in Europe by 2040. To respond to this
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