There is a growing sentiment that Latin America’s air transport industry has turned the corner after years of difficulty driven by economic instability, particularly in Brazil, which endured a major recession and the collapse of its currency. Latin America “is seeing slightly improved trading conditions with its largest economy (Brazil) emerging from recession,” IATA stated in its most recent financial forecast issued in June. According to IATA, Latin American airlines are ...

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