Boeing and Airbus both see strong demand for commercial aircraft in Latin America over the next two decades, with Boeing slightly more bullish on the region. Boeing is forecasting demand for 2,510 new aircraft in Latin America through 2031 valued at $260 billon, while Airbus is projecting demand in the region for 2,120 new aircraft valued at $242 billion over the same timeframe. Briefing reporters at the Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Assn. (ALTA) Airline Leaders Forum in ...

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