With the year almost ending, it would be an excellent time to begin looking at the biggest stories in the Latin American aviation industry. There are plenty. In 2022, we saw two companies leave Chapter 11 bankruptcy –Aeromexico and LATAM–, the announcement of a new...
LATAM Airlines Group and Delta Air Lines have announced today the first non-stop route between Sao Paulo Guarulhos International Airport (GRU) and Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). This is the first route derived from the company’s joint venture agreement and...
The Brazilian carrier Azul Linhas Aéreas and Airbus announced on Wednesday they have signed a firm order for three additional Airbus A330-900 aircraft. These widebody jets will allow the airline to expand its international network further and complement its existing...
On November 8, 2022, Colombia’s Aeronautical Authority concluded that the integration between Avianca, Viva Colombia, and Viva Peru poses risks to competition in the sector and consumer welfare. Therefore, it has rejected the airlines’ first attempt to merge. With...
On November 3, 2022, LATAM Airlines Group emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The airline spent two and half years reorganizing, downsizing costs and debt, and overall improving the company’s bottom line for years to come. LATAM emerges from bankruptcy...
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