Air traffic is growing fast in most of Latin America, but vastly differing economic policies, ranging from strict state control to open markets, are still a major hurdle for air transport in parts of the region. Ecuador is the latest country to initiate a state-driven reform of its airline industry. In the past, much support was focused on TAME, the quasi-national carrier that was operated until recently by the military. While the leftist government is not willing to give up on the ...

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