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dou­ble the num­ber in 2006.

Rafael Alonso said: “There’s no doubt that solid long-term growth is in store for Latin Amer­ica, and we see sin­gle-aisle air­craft lead­ing the de­mand. We be­lieve the A320­neo Fam­ily, al­ready flying with Latin Amer­ica’s top car­ri­ers, re­mains per­fectly suited to de­liver on fu­ture growth and ef­fi­ciency de­mands in the re­gion, given its su­pe­rior per­for­mance and com­fort.”

With over 1,000 air­craft sold and a back­log of nearly 450, al­most 650 Air­bus air­craft are in op­er­a­tion through­out Latin Amer­ica and the Caribbean, rep­re­sent­ing a 53 per­cent mar­ket share of in-ser­vice fleet. Since 1990, Air­bus has se­cured more than 60 per cent of net orders in the re­gion and in the past 10 years, Air­bus has tripled its in-ser­vice fleet in Latin Amer­ica.

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