LACK OF INFRASTRUCTURE COMPROMISES THE FUTURE OF AVIATION IN LATIN AMERICA

Wayne M. Gore -
Latin America foresees 4% to 6% increase in the number of air passengers for the next 20 years but “with the current infrastructure it will be impossible” to meet that demand, says IATA. Aviation in L...

1,000 INCIDENTS ARE RELATED TO DRUNK PASSENGERS IN FLIGHTS

Joe McClain -
Every month in Europe, one flight is forced to land urgently due to disruptive passengers. European authorities and companies go on the offensive especially against drunk passengers....

POTENTIAL EU ECO-TAX OF AIRLINE TICKETS FACES STRONG OPPOSITION

Nik Fes -
How to fight against global warming? The Dutch and Belgian governments are proposing a solution: the taxation of air transport. The idea was launched in February by the Netherlands at a meeting of EU ...

MORE QUESTIONS RELATED TO OVERTOURISM ARISE

Tomas Haupt -
The growth of tourist flows continues relentlessly. According to IATA, the number of passengers could double to 8.2 billion in 2037, which is the reservoir of tourists worldwide, i.e. people who have ...

OUTBOUND TOURISM IN ARGENTINA AT RISK DUE TO EXPENSIVE DOLLAR

Joe McClain -
In 2017, Argentina reported 12.3 million flights abroad, becoming the main issuing market in South America. The country is an essential market for the region: in Uruguay, 60% of foreign tourists are A...
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