Senior vice president of The Boeing Company and president of Boeing Global Brendan Nelson, is pictured after an interview in Jakarta, May 10.(Boeing/Vincent Fabian Thomas) Vincent Fabian Thomas and Ruth Dea Juwita (The Jakarta Post)
As the world marches toward a full post-pandemic economic recovery, the aviation market is showing positive signs. But while the airline industry is stepping up to meet returning demand, aircraft manufacturers are facing challenges in keeping up with orders and the growing demand for sustainability.
Brendan Nelson, senior vice president of The Boeing Company and president of Boeing Global, spoke with The Jakarta Post’s Vincent Fabian Thomas and Ruth Dea Juwita on Wednesday about the aviation market outlook, current challenges and the company’s plans in the region.
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Question: Many Indonesian airlines are struggling to recover their fleets amid rising demand for air travel. How does Boeing see this phenomenon?
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