Aerolineas Argentinas 737-700. By Rob Finlayson Latin America will require 2,028 new passenger aircraft of more than 100 seats through 2030, according to the Airbus’ latest Global Market Forecast (GMF). These aircraft include 1,653 single-aisle, 334 twin-aisle and 41 very large aircraft, worth $197 billion. At a time when the global economy is trying to stabilize, Latin America’s GDP is growing faster than the world at an average annual rate of 5%, while the ...

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