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Topic - Aziz Isa
"If we want air tickets prices to decrease, a rise in the number of tourists, and for our citizens to be provided with a higher quality service, then the sky should be open," said Aziz Isa, an analyst at the Central Asian Free Market Institute in Bishkek. "Today, many Kyrgyz people prefer to fly to foreign countries from Almaty [in neighboring Kazakhstan] because the flights are around 30 to 40 percent cheaper than from Bishkek."
Mr. Isa said that "some local companies will break down through competition and become bankrupt, but this is a normal market process."