DVB MD Vicente Alava Pons, speaking at CAPA's Financing the Asian Aviation Revolution conference, stated (07-Sep-2012) DVB expects 2013 will see the peak of aircraft deliveries. 2013 will see 60-70% more aircraft delivered (approximately 1300) than in 2012, which will see approximately 750 deliveries. Deliveries in 2014, 2015 and 2016 will so far be less than deliveries in 2013 but higher than 2012 figures. In 2017 deliveries will fall to 2012 levels, the bank expects.
2013 will see peak of aircraft deliveries: DVB
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