Дата: 06-06-17 10:18
IATA: Infrastructure, Smarter Regulation Key to Success for Latin American Aviation
Cancun -The International Air Transport Association (IATA) urged governments in Latin America to maximize the many benefits aviation generates by addressing critical infrastructure deficiencies and applying Smarter Regulation principles.
"With passenger growth in Latin America expected to double by 2034, the air transport industry’s contribution to regional GDP could jump from USD 140 billion to USD 322 billion. The industry is on a path to achieving that growth sustainably. People want and need to make connections across the continent and globally. And business relies on efficient air links to distant markets. Unfortunately governments in the region are hindering sustainable growth with chronic infrastructure deficiencies and debilitating regulation", said Peter Cerda, IATA’s Regional Vice President for the Americas.
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Lower airfares, rising incomes and demographic growth are fueling significant passenger demand in Latin America. However, many of the region’s key airports are unable to absorb it. The two most critical examples are:
Cerda also called on governments in the region to ensure regulatory oversight follows the principles of Smarter Regulation: "The goal of all regulation should be to achieve clearly defined, measurable policy objectives that can be adhered to in the least burdensome manner possible. And any regulatory framework benefits from a transparent and objective consultative process between governments and industry."
"Latin America has all the necessary elements to become an aviation success story: competitive and efficient airlines, a growing middle class, favorable demographics and a geography that necessitates travel by air. However, with the exception of Panama and Chile, the region’s governments are not treating air carriers as partners who drive valuable social and economic development. By not addressing the urgent infrastructure needs of the region, Latin America will leave USD 42 billion of unrealized economic benefits on the table by 2034."
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