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Airliner Service To The Developing World

Fri Jan 25, 2002 11:51 pm

Can anyone give me insight into the nature and extent of airliner service to the third world? I am aware that many third world nations have a large tourism industry and that access to those destinations is provided, but does the lack of substantial business opportunity within these nations/regions deny them of a sufficient air travel infrastructure?

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