Our analysis last Friday generated more attention than we expected. Not all of it was positive, but that’s how it goes. However a follow on issue has been percolating – if we argue that Airbus is being given a monopoly in the single-aisle MoM segment, can...
On November 8, 2022, Colombia’s Aeronautical Authority concluded that the integration between Avianca, Viva Colombia, and Viva Peru poses risks to competition in the sector and consumer welfare. Therefore, it has rejected the airlines’ first attempt to merge. With...
Embraer recently announced a partnership with the world’s largest car maker, Toyota, to introduce the Toyota Production System (TPS) into its aircraft manufacturing and assembly processes. TPS perfectly fits Embraer’s plans to reduce production lead times by forty...
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...
On Thursday evening, the Mexican government issued a filing stating that both terminals at the Mexico City International Airport (MEX) are saturated again. Does this signal an amazing recovery from the airline industry in the country or a more potentially troublesome...
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