In 2017, the Latin American airline industry appears poised to join other regions of the world—particularly North America, Europe and Asia—in two key areas: growth in low-cost carrier (LCC) services and the establishment of international, antitrust-immunized joint ventures (JVs).  “Everything comes to our region five to 10 years later,” LATAM Airlines Group CEO Enrique Cueto noted in November at the Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association ...

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