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Boeing does not expect its airline customers to cancel aircraft deliveries this year over funding difficulties, commercial planes marketing chief Randy Tinseth told Reuters Television at the Paris Air Show.
Boeing is starting to see signs of stabilization in the economy, Tinseth said.
The freight market, which Tinseth described as a leading indicator of the economy, is “starting to look like it is bouncing along the bottom,” he told Reuters.
Tinseth reiterated Boeing's forecast to deliver 480-485 planes this year. (Reuters)