The rapid growth of Latin American airlines is fueled in part by reaching first-time fliers, many of whom do not have traditional bank accounts or credit cards, and this is forcing airlines in the region to be innovative in processing payments. The burgeoning growth—and competitive fares—of air travel in countries such as Mexico, Chile and Colombia has lured many passengers away from surface transportation and has extended air travel to socioeconomic sectors that have not traditionally ...
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