Latin America will need 2,540 new passenger and freighter aircraft between 2015 and 2034 to meet long-term growth in the region, Airbus predicts in its latest Global Market Forecast (GMF). This demand will mean that the passenger and freighter fleet operated by the region’s airlines will more than double to nearly 3,000 aircraft over the next two decades as older aircraft retire and are replaced with a greater number of airframes. Airbus predicts this demand will include 1,990 ...

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