The International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) choice to hold its next annual general assembly meeting in Cancun, Mexico, is considered odd by some. Although the city chosen to host the world’s airlines on June 5-7 is a popular tourist vacation spot, it cannot be found on the route maps of most big international airlines that form the backbone of the trade association’s membership. In the unlikely case that a key strategy decision is driving the ...

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