Boeing has forecast that Latin American airlines will need 3,050 new aircraft valued at $350 billion in the next two decades, tripling the region’s current fleet size. “Over the long term, Latin American economies will grow faster than the rest of the world,” Boeing president-Latin America Donna Hrinak said. “This growth will create increased passenger traffic in the region and drive Latin American airlines to expand and compete for business that has traditionally ...

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