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...
Let’s take a look at 1Q results in Latin America. We will review the results of the top three Mexican carriers, Volaris, Viva Aerobus, Aeromexico, and Brazil’s GOL. Other airlines will publish their financial results in the next few weeks, and we will continue to...
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...
Last week, we discussed the challenges of the Latin American airline industry. Today, we will talk about the challenges of the Latin American airports, which are plenty, fueled by capacity constraints, airspace management, political choices, the introduction of new...
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