IATA DG and CEO Giovanni Bisignani warned last month that Brazil "will never reach its full potential without major changes in its aviation policies," pointing in particular to airport and ATC infrastructure. Speaking to the British Chamber of Commerce in Sao Paulo, he said, "Brazil’s GDP is the eighth largest, but its international aviation market, with just 13 million passengers, ranks 37th—below Indonesia and Norway. This is disproportionate to Brazil's ...

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