The Latin American region has had the fastest recovery in terms of capacity and passenger numbers worldwide. This region has benefited from open borders, relaxed travel restrictions, proximity to the United States’ booming market, and more. Nonetheless, the...
The Latin American aviation market in March had five main stories: Aeromexico’s Chapter 11, LATAM’s Chapter 11, Avianca’s Airbus order book, Chile’s new terminal in Santiago de Chile, and Mexico’s new airport in Mexico City. Let’s take a look at the biggest stories of...
Today, Avianca confirmed its Airbus order for 88 A320neo aircraft, plus purchase options for an additional 50 planes. The new planes will arrive between 2025 and 2031 and are expected to add extra capacity, fuel savings, and reduce CO2 emissions for the South American...
The Colombian carriers Avianca and Viva are increasing the connectivity between Colombia and Mexico by announcing new routes. In the last few months, the aviation market between both countries has become very interesting to watch. Avianca and Viva increase...
On January 11, the Mexican carrier Aeromexico has got the approval of its restructuring plan from creditors. This approval will allow the airline to take one step closer to exiting Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings in the United States. Following the Court’s approval...
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