Boeing focuses on India as it looks to reclaim global confidence after Max 737 backlash


US aircraft manufacturer Boeing, which has forecasted that the Indian aviation market will need 2,380 new commercial airplanes valued at $330 billion in the next 20 years, is doing exactly what its report suggests – to put more resources in India.

Boeing, apart from being a leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners, is also the world’s largest aerospace company. It has made India its second-largest presence after the home market in the US.

It is banking on the Indian market as one of the channels to overcome the setback that had come from the grounding of its 737 Max fleet after the twin crashes – Indonesia’a Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines – that led to the loss of more than 300 lives.

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