Government policies help and hinder airline industry growth in Latin America
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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