Passenger aircraft may be slowly returning to the skies, but “a significant proportion may never return”, according to FlightGlobal.
The consultancy estimates that, over the next decade, up to 17,000 aircraft may be decommissioned, with four-engined aircraft likely to be most affected.
Global head of consultancy Rob Morris said: “The passenger [Boeing] 747 is probably at the end of its line. The [Airbus] 340-600 is also threatened.”
But what will happen to aircraft …
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