Latin America’s Extensive Aviation Lockdown Threatens Its Recovery

Avianca Airbus A321-200
Avianca Airbus A321-200 at Bogota’s El Dorado International Airport.
Credit: Boarding1Now/istock
Argentina was scheduled to reopen its borders and permit airlines to fly in and out of the country on Sept. 1 after almost six months of mandatory closure. It didn’t happen. The Argentinian aviation...

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