Latin American airlines continue to enjoy strong growth, but the region’s aviation infrastructure—both airports and ATC—cannot adequately handle the rapid expansion in passengers and cargo, potentially suppressing demand, a number of officials have warned. “With [year-over-year] growth of 10.1% in passenger traffic over the first nine months of the year, [Latin America] is only surpassed by the Middle East among aviation’s fastest-growing regions,” ...

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