With a projected 5.6% rise in intra-regional traffic, Latin American carriers will require deliveries of 1,050 new 60- to 150-seat aircraft in the next 20 years, Bombardier VP and head of Marketing Patrick Baudis said at the ALTA Airline Leaders Forum in Buenos Aires Nov. 19. “The region will need 2,600 routes, if we look at the [633 million] population [in a land size of 20 million sq km], that’s basically a gap of 900 routes in the region which aren’t served ...

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