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How many aircraft have been delivered in Latin America in 2021?

This year, several Latin American carriers have received new aircraft, both from Boeing and Airbus, according to the stats provided by these two OEMs. Moreover, it is expected that more planes will arrive in the region in the following years, mainly with low-cost...

Latin America’s new deliveries will outpace worldwide growth

Today, Boeing released its latest Commercial Market Outlook (CMO). The OEM expects that, until 2040, there will be 43,610 new deliveries worth US$7.2 trillion globally, with an annual 3.1% fleet growth. Meanwhile, Latin America’s new deliveries will outpace worldwide...

Boeing expects only limited growth of new deliveries

The market for new aircraft deliveries is expected to grow only marginally over the next twenty years, Boeing says in the latest Commercial Market Outlook (CMO) released on September 14. Until 2040, there will be 43.610 new deliveries worth $7.2 trillion, up only 500...

The Duopoly remains unstable

Observers of the commercial aviation space would do well to study game theory.  First, because it helps to better understand the choices facing the two primary players. Second, because it helps one better comprehend possible next steps and the downstream impacts they...
MAX fleet status

MAX fleet status

Since Boeing won't detail which model MAX is ordered observers have to wait and see what actually gets delivered. ...

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