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Airport traffic in Latin America will grow 4.7% annually until 2034 which means that airports must be able to cater to 605 million passengers. With airports congested, investment projects have been reactivated through concessions, but private operators demand intelligent planning to develop master plans based on a solid and consensual business model. Besides looking at traffic estimates, it is crucial to anticipate technological advances and consider suitable models for future airports.
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