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Fewer Than 18% of People Have Flown: What Happens Next?

©2016 United Technologies Corporation, reproduced with permission, all rights reserved. As incomes rise with the global middle class growing from 25% today to 60% in 2030, the remaining 82% of the world that has yet to step foot on an airplane will start flying in big numbers. So big, the number of commercial airplanes is expected to double to around 44,000 in the next 20 years.
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