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,...
We are at the mid-point of 2022. It is a good moment to review the latest status of the Latin American airline industry. What have been the biggest developments of the year, how is the recovery currently ongoing, and what’s left for the remainder of 2022? Let’s find...
Business travel is bouncing back in Latin America. In the past few weeks, we have seen the terrific financial results of GOL Linhas Aéreas and Azul Linhas Aéreas, and now an increase in business capacity by LATAM Airlines Group. Let’s take a look at the bounce-back of...
This month, Avianca and GOL shareholders announced the launch of the Abra Group Limited, a new holding that looks relatively similar to the International Airlines Group in Europe. The Abra Group Limited will be composed of Avianca, GOL, Viva Colombia, and Viva Perú...
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