Latin American airlines will take delivery of 2,570 new passenger and freighter aircraft worth $350 billion over the 2016-2035 period, according to Airbus, which has slightly increased its forecast for 20-year demand in the region from 2,540 aircraft a year ago. “Fueling this aircraft demand is Latin America’s passenger traffic growth, which is forecast to grow on par with the world average [of] 4.5% annually until 2035,” Airbus said in a statement. “This growth rate ...

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