Intelligence Series - Infrastructure

Rising Air Traffic in LatAm Requires More and Better Airports

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Intelligence Series Infrastructure

Latin America is set to triple its volume of air passenger traffic in 25 years. Current airport capacity is severely lacking and the region needs more than US$50 billion in new investment to meet demand through 2040. Read this report to understand current plans and to see what needs to be done in Latin America to meet airport needs.

Chapters

  • Introduction
  • A booming market
  • More capacity: Urgent
  • Challenge in planning and management
  • Conclusion

Figures

  • Air traffic in selected countries
  • Airport infrastructure under construction
  • Projection of passenger air traffic
  • NAICM master plan
  • Projected demand for NAICM
  • Airport investment projects

Date
05-10-2018

Author
Eduardo Coronado

Editor
Christopher Lenton & Laura Superneau

Pages (English Version)
11

Regions
Americas South America Ecuador Colombia Brazil Bolivia Chile Argentina Mexico Venezuela Peru