Aircraft manufacturer Boeing forecasts a nearly doubling of fleets in Latin America and the Caribbean over the next 20 years, with a projected need for 2,240 new aircraft.
The delivery of more than 2,000 single-aisle aircraft will surpass the current fleet to serve popular tourist routes between North America, Mexico, and the Caribbean while expanding regional networks.
"Latin America has experienced a strong upswing in air travel, particularly in the domestic market, with the region's airlines successfully deploying single-aisle fleets for short-haul flights and expanding the global market," said David Franson, regional director of . . .