Yesterday, in Panama, U.S. aircraft manufacturer Boeing predicted that Latin America and the Caribbean would receive 10 percent of the approximately 400 airplanes it expects to deliver worldwide this year.
Randy Lander, Boeing's director of commercial aircraft sales for Latin America and the Caribbean, highlighted the expectation during an activity in the Panamanian capital where the Panamanian airline Copa Airlines, the leading airline in this country, presented its plans for this year.
The Panamanian airline highlighted at the activity the purchase in 2021 and 2022 from Boeing of 15 737Max aircraft, bringing an aircraft purchase order signed in . . .
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