As some established airlines take steps to unbundle their offerings, a wave of startups is looking to further disrupt several markets within Latin America. In recent months, two main types of new low-cost carriers (LCC) have emerged—country-specific subsidiaries of existing aviation companies and new startups. Both approaches can be seen in Chile, where a fresh company is looking to launch alongside an incumbent airline that seeks to shake up its existing business model. More ...
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