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instead of flooding in this time it's more of a trickle indonesian flag carrier garuda committing to sixty aircraft from boeing and thirty from airbus the latter will say securing a commitment from saudi arabian airlines the fifty new jets , but even so a far cry from the predictions of c. e. o. fabrice appreciate is not a concern as a trend remains , but the eighties a clear about that and two years ago four years ago we don't new projects new programs , what is a concern though is the backlog that's generated twelve thousand jets between them from orders worth one point eight trillion dollars bearings marketing vice president randy tin seth effectively firing the starting gun in the race for production , all of this business is all about building aircraft , this year we expect to deliver somewhere between seven hundred and fifty seven hundred fifty five aircraft should be a record for us and clearly it will outpace our competition , although it's taken a backseat this year the long term race for orders is still very much alive airbus raising its twenty year for cost by four percent in launch of boeing's cut last week , sales of over thirty two thousand jets