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...
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...
We will take a brief look at Latin America’s recovery so far by analyzing the data provided by some countries in the region. We will review Colombia’s strong start in 2022, Mexico’s low season, and Brazil’s first results. Subscriber content – Sign in Subscribe...
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...
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