By Daniel Martínez Garbuno
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Transport Commission of the Peruvian Congress approved a bill that would allow the creation of a State carrier, called Línea Aérea de Bandera del Perú (LAPERU). Predictably, the private airline sector in Peru is not happy with the decision.
What would LAPERU look like?
Last November, we discussed the possibility of the Peruvian Government creating LAPERU. The airline would become the first low-cost partially state-owned airline in the world. The original proposal was that the Government would own 35% of LAPERU. The remainder of . . .