There are signs of life for the Latin American airline business—especially if Brazil is discounted. But can Brazil be discounted? After all, it accounts for about half of the airline traffic in the region.  “This is a half-empty, half-full approach” to looking at Latin American airlines’ prospects, Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association (ALTA) executive director Eduardo Iglesias told ATW. “If you take Brazil out, [the region’s ...

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