The growth of Latin America’s aviation industry will be constrained by poor infrastructure and misguided government regulation, regional industry leaders say. The region’s industry is forecast to grow 6% per year for the next 20 years, placing it among the fastest-growing aviation markets in the world. But even now, airport infrastructure and air traffic control systems lag behind traffic growth, Roberto Kriete, president of Latin American and Caribbean airline trade association ALTA ...
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