Last week, there was plenty of news regarding the Mexican aviation industry. First of all, the three main domestic carriers, Aeromexico, Volaris, and Viva Aerobus, all published their financial results with combined net revenue of US$2.23 billion and net profits for...
Embraer today announced it signed several Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) with the aerospace companies ASTG (Aerospace Technology of Global), EMK (EM Korea Co.), and Kencoa Aerospace, all from South Korea. The objective of these MoUs is to strengthen collaboration...
From Avianca and Boliviana de Aviación announcing an interline agreement to the launch of a new carrier in the region and the Department of Justice imposing a multi-millionaire fine on GOL Linhas Aereas, this was a very busy week for the Latin American aviation...
Let’s take a look at how will the aviation industry evolve in Latin America. We will use the data released by Airbus in its latest Global Market Forecast (GMF) for the 2022-2041 period. Worldwide, Airbus expects 39,490 deliveries by 2041, up from 39,020 last year,...
The Latin American airline industry has had the fastest recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic worldwide. According to data released by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the region has recovered around 75% of its RPK compared to 2019 levels (the world...
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