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European aircraft maker Airbus SAS said in a report Wednesday that it expects Japanese airlines to acquire 518 new jetliners in the next 20 years through 2028 to replace aging aircraft and meet increased demand.

The report projected Japan will operate 548 passenger planes in 2028, up 26 percent from 436 planes in 2008.

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