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Brazil’s civil aviation authority, known as Anac, wants to alter by the second half of 2012 how take-off and landing rights are distributed among airlines to stimulate competition and lower ticket prices, Marcelo Guaranys, the agency’s president, said yesterday in an interview in Brasilia. The idea is to encourage new airlines to fly there and get airlines already there to improve service, he said.

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