Airbus predicted that by 2032 Latin American airlines will require 2,307 new aircraft, including 1,794 single-aisle, 475 twin-aisle and 38 very large aircraft worth an estimated $292 billion. According to Airbus’ latest Global Market Forecast, by 2032 some 29,230 new passenger and freighter aircraft valued at nearly $4.4 trillion will be required to satisfy future robust market demand. “With GDP currently growing above the world average (3.6% per year over the last two years, ...

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