The Latin American region has had the fastest recovery in terms of capacity and passenger numbers worldwide. This region has benefited from open borders, relaxed travel restrictions, proximity to the United States’ booming market, and more. Nonetheless, the...
The Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association’s (ALTA) Airline Leaders Forum wrapped up earlier this week. During a couple of days, the airlines’ executives gathered and talked about the recovery in the region, which has varied dramatically across the...
Slowly but surely, the Latin American carriers are restoring their pre-pandemic capacity levels. According to OAG, the region is approximately 25% below the number of flights it offered in 2019, above the world trends. Some operators have recovered faster and are...
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...
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...
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