Articles Tagged ‘Brazil’
Argentina–Chile is South America’s fastest-growing intra-country market; Brazil’s domestic sector leads despite 0.3% capacity cut in 2017
The South American market overall has seen capacity fluctuate between 3.8% growth and 4.9% cuts in recent years, but despite this, many country markets are thriving. We take a closer look at South America’s leading intra-country markets and see how capacity has grown in recent years.
Brazil sees domestic traffic return to growth in 2017 Q2; Azul and Avianca Brasil closing on GOL and LATAM in domestic market
Last year’s summer Olympics failed to benefit the domestic airlines in Brazil as demand fell for 19 consecutive months from July 2015 to February 2017. But the market is finally recovering, though quite slowly. We take a closer look at how the country’s privatised airports have coped.
Europe-South America market grew by 3% in 2016; Iberia still leading carrier as LATAM closes gap; British Airways starts new Chile service
Brazil’s hosting of the Olympics in 2016 focused world attention on South America. Non-stop connections from European airports have grown steadily in recent years. We reveal the rate of growth as well as leading airlines and country pairs.
Brazil enduring prolonged period of declines; Rio Olympics unlikely to help much; GOL and LATAM still vying for domestic honours
With the economy predicted to shrink by almost 4% this year it’s no surprise that the demand for domestic air travel has been falling significantly. We reveal just how much and look at how the country’s privatised airports are getting on.
Global seat capacity up 7.3% in 2016 Q1; China and Ryanair see biggest increase in seats compared with 2015 Q1
We reveal which are the leading airlines and country markets in the first quarter of 2016 and by how much they are growing (or shrinking). Plus a look at which airlines and countries are seeing the biggest increase in capacity.
Brazilian airlines face challenging 2016 despite Olympics boost; domestic air travel in November shows biggest downturn in a decade
The country’s economy is expected to shrink in 2016 despite Rio de Janeiro hosting the summer Olympics. The fourth quarter of 2015 finally saw demand for domestic air travel start to fall. Plus we look at the performance of Brazil’s recently privatised airports.
Brazil’s struggling economy and currency issues are not good news for the country’s airlines. However, domestic capacity is still growing modestly. We reveal the top 12 airlines on international service and which ones are (and are not) growing.
Azul helps Brazil-US market to grow in 2015; TAM and GOL lead way domestically as market grows to almost 100 million passengers in 2014
Despite economic difficulties Brazil’s domestic market grew by 6% in 2014. We track domestic RPK market share by airline going back several years and reveal which are the leading country markets in 2015 and how they compare with 2014.
The football World Cup is off and running and fans from all over the world have arrived in Brazil for the event. But how did they get there? We take a closer look at the international air services currently on offer from Latin America’s biggest country and highlight some of the recent long-haul additions.
American Airlines dominates market between North and South America; capacity up 9% versus last January
Non-stop services between airports in North and South America are growing steadily with several carriers launching new services in recent months. We rank the top 12 country pairs and the top 12 airlines in the market, and reveal the top 10 airports in each region for capacity to the other. Plus we reveal what made […]
Days of double-digit traffic growth in Brazil are gone for the moment, but the country’s domestic and international markets still show moderate improvement.
Azul and Trip grow their combined domestic market share in Brazil to almost 15%; GOL cutting domestic capacity
The Brazilian market continues to grow at a healthy rate, though one of the country’s two biggest carriers is currently cutting domestic capacity. However, merger partners Azul and Trip are still growing rapidly and gradually increasing their share of the domestic market.