Bolivia’s state run airline Boliviana de Aviacion has became a leader in domestic air travel in just three years. Around the world privatization has been the way of the airline industry so a state run airline doing well is pretty surprising.
Boliviana de Aviacion has abolished first class and sells all seats for the same price. They control about half of Bolivia’s domestic air travel market and their fleet consists of six leased Boeing 737s with talks of plans to buy six Embraer 190 jets.
Read more about the success of Boliviana de Aviacion in the AP/Associated Press article here