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25 March 2020
According to the 2020 edition of Deloitte's Global Aerospace and Defence Industry Outlook, commercial aircraft manufacturing is going to reach 1,900 aircraft compared with the 1,450 estimated in 2019 – a 30% increase.
In particular, the outlook highlights the positive forecast for the regional jet industry. Regional jet demand is expected to increase considerably in the next 20 years, up to 5,000 aircraft. The production growth will mainly involve the Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Latin America regions, due to the increase of travellers – for both business and leisure purposes – and the resulting demand for more regional connections.
Further, innovation in the aerospace sector looks set to follow three paths:
According to Deloitte's outlook, these are the main goals that the aviation industry must address in terms of technology and digital processes, with the aim of improving productivity and efficiency to meet the high expectations placed on the sector.
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