Airlines in Latin America are often in one of the riskiest markets in the region. They face many challenges, from currency volatility to government uncertainty (see, for example, Peru’s recent failed coup d’etat). Additionally, regional authorities often see airlines...
2023 began with a bang for Latin American carriers. We have seen almost everything in these first three months. From the announcement of new airlines to the cease of operations of three –possibly four– operators in the region, it has been a very active period. New...
This year has been challenging for the Colombian ultra-low-cost carrier Viva Air and the Mexican business-oriented airline Aeromar. Both companies are at serious risk of bankruptcy and cessation of operations. Let’s take a look at Viva Air & Aeromar: two Latin...
The Latin American & Caribbean region continues to have the strongest traffic recovery globally. In November 2022, 29.2 million passengers were carried in the region, 97% of the same period in 2019, said the Latin American & Caribbean Air Transport Association...
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...
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