Central Asia has the potential to be the next boom market for international air travel, but the European Union's blacklist is keeping a damper on the market. While Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan are the only Central Asian countries with airlines on the EU blacklist, International Air Transport Association (IATA) Director General Tony Tyler says the blacklist has imposed a stigma on the whole of Central Asia. It has also adversely affected “the connectivity of countries here and the business ...

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