Articles Tagged ‘Brazilian traffic trends’
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.
Brazilian airport traffic falls in April for first time in almost three years; Azul and Trip agree to merge
Is the Brazilian aviation market in trouble? As traffic falls for the first time in three years at Brazil’s airports two of the country’s airlines announce plans to merge. How much market share have the smaller Brazilian carriers gained in recent years, and how much have GOL and TAM grown domestically this year compared with […]
Brazil’s airports reported double-digit growth for a third straight year, but are there signs that growth is slowing? How big is Azul’s share of the domestic market now and how many airports handled over three million passengers last year? And which foreign organisations have been selected to help build new airport terminals?
TAM/GOL duopoly now accounts for ‘just’ 78% of Brazilian domestic market; third-ranked Azul now has over 9%
Demand for air travel in Brazil continues to grow impressively despite creaking infrastructure. How do domestic and international growth rates compare? How quickly is the TAM/GOL duopoly losing market share? Why will GOL’s market share soon grow significantly? And which carriers are adding international routes to Brazil in the coming months?
Brazilian airports see 16% growth in Q1; Alitalia, Emirates, Iberia, Lufthansa, TAP Portugal all starting new routes
As hosts of a football World Cup and a summer Olympics in the next five years, Brazil is clearly a country on the rise. This is also reflected in the rapid growth of its air services, which are still dominated by domestic flights. But which airlines are starting new international services this year and in […]
TAM and GOL see combined domestic market share drop to 80%; Azul with 7% share now serves 30 Brazilian airports
TAM and GOL’s duopoly of the Brazilian domestic market is slowly being eroded by the likes of Azul, Trip and Webjet. Which were the country’s leading airports in 2010 and how quickly did the market grow? Which new international routes have been started this winter?
TAM and GOL defending Brazilian market from fast-growing Azul, Trip and WebJet; international traffic now up 30%
Brazil’s ‘big 2’ have stopped the erosion of their domestic market share, at least for now. International traffic is booming thanks to several new routes. Azul is still not two years old but operates over 30 routes and is adding two new destinations soon – to where?
Brazilian domestic demand up 27.6% in first half of 2010; TAM and GOL losing market share to Azul, Trip and WebJet
Brazil’s economy is booming and so are its airlines. How many passengers did its airports handle in 2009 and which airlines are growing fastest in the domestic market? And which ‘MEB3’ carrier recently landed in Sao Paulo?
Brazilian domestic air traffic up over 25% in second half of 2009; Azul and Webjet gaining market share
Brazil’s domestic air travel market is booming thanks to newcomer Azul, fast-growing Webjet and a rejuvenated Gol. How have the country’s airports fared in 2009 and what’s happening in the international market?
We reveal the latest traffic trends in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Europe (eight countries), India, Japan, Mexico, Russia and the USA. See which markets are showing signs of recovery and which are still struggling. We don’t think you’ll find this much useful aviation data in one place anywhere else on the web.
Demand for air travel in Brazil’s domestic market has been virtually unchanged in the first half of 2009 thanks to the rapid rise of Azul. What’s happened to international demand and which new routes have been started?