Airbus and Boeing are anticipating strong long-term air traffic growth in the Latin America and Caribbean region, despite recent economic headwinds.  A new Boeing forecast unveiled at the Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association (ALTA) Airline Leaders Forum in San Juan, Puerto Rico projects the Latin American/Caribbean commercial fleet more than doubling over a 20-year period. It calls for 3,020 new aircraft valued at $350 billion to be added during that timeframe. The ...

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