Bombardier, Embraer, Honeywell share jet delivery forecasts

05/20/2013 | AIN Online

Bombardier, Embraer and Honeywell shared their forecasts for the near future. Bombardier says that business indicators have improved, but that depends on the geographic region. "The disparity in economic recovery is becoming more apparent, with North America set for growth while Europe remains under strong pressure and Asia slows its expansion," said the manufacturer, which is expecting about 9,800 units valued at $266 billion during 2012-2021. Embraer is expecting 9,300 business jets worth $246 billion, while Honeywell will take on 10,000 new jets for $250 billion during the same span.

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