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While last year’s global forecast for 2015 to 2034 anticipated an increase in dedicated freighters from 1,633 in 2014 to 2,687 in 2034 - a 65 percent rise - this year's projections are curtailed by 21.5 percent, compared to the previous report. This time around, the European aviation giant predicted an increase from 1,560 dedicated freighters to only 2,110 – a 35 percent increase over the twenty-year period. Total new freighter deliveries for of 645 units over the next two decades reflect this shift, down 159 freighters from last year’s predictions.
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