Boeing forecasts Southeast Asia's demand for passenger aircraft to reach 4,210 units over the next 20 years, with a value of $650 billion. This is 460 aircraft more than its previous forecast for the region, which was released in February 2016. In value terms, the new forecast for the next twenty years is $100 billion greater than Boeing's $550 billion forecast in 2016.
Thai Airways International has taken delivery of its first Boeing 787-9. The aircraft arrived at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport on 17 September after a delivery flight from Boeing's Everett Delivery Centre, says the carrier. Registered HS-TWA, the jet is powered by Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engines and features 30 business class and 268 economy seats. The aircraft will operate the Bangkok-Chiang Mai route between 23 and 30 September, and then the Bangkok-Singapore route from 1 October to 15 November.
Comac has secured new commitments for 130 C919 aircraft from Chinese lessors. The Chinese airframer says this takes commitments for the type to 730, and brings the total number of customers to 27. No details were given as to delivery dates or the value of the transactions.
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