Aircraft orders and deliveries review 2010 and 2011 outlook: Airbus, Boeing, Embraer and regionals

After several lean years of ordering, 2010 saw a return to strong ordering by airlines and leasing companies. Commercial aircraft manufacturers recorded more than 2000 orders and commitments made by customers during the year, more than triple the amount in 2009. While production rates were generally down on those of the previous boom years, there are signs of better times ahead as the manufacturers prepare to cut more metal. Continued strong demand for new, more efficient aircraft has ensured that production rates will be increased through 2011 and beyond.

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