Airports in Latin America and the Caribbean Region

Capital Investment Programmes - 2012

This latest study from Brooks Market Intelligence Reports summarises airport development projects and plans in Central and South America (except Brazil*) and in the Caribbean region. It completes the global coverage provided by this series of reports.
 
Latin America has weathered the global economic recession better than some developed economies, resulting in rising prosperity that has contributed to steady growth in air transport demand. Growth is expected to be maintained over the next 20 years, outstripping the world average and prompting aviation authorities and airport operators to pursue capacity enhancement strategies.
 
This detailed up-to-the-minute report summarises capital investment programmes and projects at principal airports in 46 countries and territories, extending from Mexico and the Caribbean to Argentina and Chile in the south.
 
The report outlines the traffic environment, agencies responsible for airport development and the current status at each location, as well as providing details of major improvement programmes, with project cost data and timescales where available. Key contacts and website addresses for additional research are also included.
 
Specially commissioned and compiled by an independent analyst, the report is aimed at a wide range of companies seeking to provide airport services, technology and equipment. The data contained in the report reflects the status of developments in early 2012.

* Note: this report does not cover airport developments in Brazil. These are the subject of a separate publication from Brooks Market Intelligence Reports.
Visit www.brooksreports.com/index.php?archive=&lang=en&viewreport=57 for  more information.