Boeing said this week that Latin American airlines will need 1,730 aircraft valued at $120 billion over the next 20 years. The manufacturer projects that air travel within Latin America will grow 6.6% annually during the 20-year period, above projected worldwide average growth of 5%. The regional forecast was presented by Boeing at the Latin America Airfinance Conference in Rio de Janeiro. Director-Marketing-Latin America Michael Barnett said, "What our analysis shows is Latin America's rich ...

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