GE Aviation's GEnx for the Boeing 787 is the engine maker's highest in terms of Latin American order backlog with an estimated 22 engines on order.
Powering the Russian-manufactured Sukhoi Superjet 100 and based on the CFM56, the Powerjet SaM146 engine is anticipated to garner a backlog of 38 orders.
The largest backlog for a Rolls-Royce engine in Latin America is for the Trent XWB, the engine option powering the Airbus A350. A backlog of 60 engines is projected by Aviation Week.
The highest in Pratt & Whitney's Latin America's order book is its PW1100G-JM engine, one of two options for the Airbus A320neo. Aviation Week forecast data predicts 262 engines in the backlog.
The 1-B variant of the CFM LEAP engine for the Boeing 737MAX, pictured on a test flight in 2015, has a backlog of 778 units - the highest for any CFM engine in Latin America.
As Aviation Week's European MRO editor, James Pozzi covers the latest industry news from the European region and beyond. He also writes in-depth features on the commercial aftermarket for Inside MRO.