Over the next 10 years, customers in Latin America are expected to take delivery of nearly 790 new business aircraft, with turboprops dominating the market, according to the Aviation Week 2019 Business Aviation Fleet & MRO Forecast. However, in that same decade, Aviation Week projects the Latin American fleet to shrink from the current 4,340 aircraft to 3,585 in 2028 at which time the King Air 90 and King Air 200/250 are expected to be the top-delivered products.  

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