The future of air transport in Latin America and the Caribbean

| June 20, 2016

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Like every year, the major companies of the sector, especially the manufacturers Airbus and Boeing, present their views regarding the situation of the airline industry as well as their forecasts for the future of the aviation market. This year has been no exception and it would appear that we can rest assured because the overall expectations are being met despite the odd scare or two due to such disparate factors as fuel prices or the geopolitical situation in certain places.

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