Articles Tagged ‘CGH’

Hosting World Cup boosts Brazil’s international air traffic; American Airlines and TAM each start two new daily routes in last 12 months

Hosting World Cup boosts Brazil’s international air traffic; American Airlines and TAM each start two new daily routes in last 12 months

Demand for air travel within Brazil has seen modest growth in 2014 with no obvious spike occurring during the period when the country hosted the FIFA World Cup.

Azul Airlines' traffic grows by 32% in 2013; gears up for long-haul expansion from early 2015

Azul Airlines’ traffic grows by 32% in 2013; gears up for long-haul expansion from early 2015

Establishing itself as the third largest operator in Brazil according to weekly seat capacity, Azul Airlines handled over 13 million passengers last year, growing by 32% when compared to 2012. As the LCC is currently serving over 100 domestic destinations, anna.aero investigates Azul’s top 13 routes and which airports are likely to witness a frequency […]

Brasilia Airport grows 77% in eight years; Congonhas remains top destination

Brasilia Airport grows 77% in eight years; Congonhas remains top destination

Benefiting from a favourable economic climate in Brazil, the capital city’s airport in Brasilia has grown significantly over recent years, reaching a new high record of 16.5 million passengers in 2013. We take a closer look at the airport’s recent progress and reveal how dominant TAM Airlines and GOL are.


GOL cuts 18 routes; but more US routes possible via Santo Domingo hub

GOL cuts 18 routes; but more US routes possible via Santo Domingo hub

A slowdown in the growth of the Brazilian economy has encouraged GOL (which lost money in 2011 and 2012) to make significant cuts in its domestic network. We reveal which routes (domestic and international) have been cut, and which new routes have been added. We also reveal which three of the airline’s top 12 airports […]

Avianca Brazil to become a Star; now 100% domestic

Avianca Brazil to become a Star; now 100% domestic

While the Brazilian domestic market has contracted by 8%, Avianca Brazil has grown at 11 out of 12 of its largest airports in the last year.

Brazilian airport traffic up 15.8% in 2011; Sao Paulo Guarulhos reaches 30 million passengers

Brazilian airport traffic up 15.8% in 2011; Sao Paulo Guarulhos reaches 30 million passengers

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?


Latin America dominated by Brazil; Sao Paulo, GOL, TAM leads way as traffic jumps +7% in 2011

Latin America dominated by Brazil; Sao Paulo, GOL, TAM leads way as traffic jumps +7% in 2011

Latin America is home to some rapidly expanding carriers as consolidation continues to be felt across the continent. But which are the leading airports and airlines in the region and just how dominant is Brazil? Which are the leading domestic markets and which are the biggest international markets?

TAM and GOL see combined domestic market share drop to 80%; Azul with 7% share now serves 30 Brazilian airports

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?

New routes launched during the last week (Saturday 30 January - Tuesday 9 February)

New routes launched during the last week (Saturday 30 January – Tuesday 9 February)

A busy 10 days to look back on with almost 50 new routes launched. Countries benefiting from new services include Australia, Austria, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Denmark, Finnland, Germany, Greece, India, Iraq, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Morocco, Netherlands, Romania, Rwanda, Serbia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, the UAE, the UK and the US.


Brazil’s rapid growth slows; Azul makes instant impression in domestic market

Article Thumbnail: Country FocusBrazilian airport traffic has grown 60% in the last five years. Which are the country’s leading airports and how are they developing? How dominant are TAM and GOL in the domestic market and which are the leading international country markets?

TAM to get Star treatment as international network expands supported by increasing domestic dominance

Article Thumbnail: Base analysisTAM is the latest airline to be welcomed by the Star Alliance and is increasing its leading position in the Brazilian domestic market, though competition will increase in 2009. Where does it fly to outside of Brazil and who are its main competitors?

GOL forced to re-think network expansion strategy; abandons VRG’s European routes and long-haul 767s

Article Thumbnail: Base AnalysisNot so long ago GOL was generating operating margins of greater than 20% making it one of the world’s most profitable airlines. Last quarter its operating margin was minus 20%. How much of this is down to its acquisition of Varig and the mix of airline networks?