Uruguay Rules That Any New Airline Cannot Adopt Pluna’s Name

The Uruguayan government has refused to let a group of former Pluna employees use the defunct carrier’s brand for a proposed startup, Aviation Week has learned. The government, however, has given the group of about 400 employees its blessing to relaunch the airline, and the new airline is likely to...

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