A couple weeks ago, Seberino Cordova, a sixty-four-year-old Venezuelan restaurant owner, boarded a bus in Caracas for a four-day journey that would take him over the Andean mountains, across the dicey national borders of Colombia and Ecuador, and into Peru. Cordova was tired of Venezuela’s financial instability, product shortages, and high murder rate, and he hoped to move to Peru. “Of course, I’d rather fly,” he said.
The Venezuelan Air-Travel Paradox
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