Articles Tagged ‘TAM’
Sao Paulo Guarulhos traffic up 7% in 2009; TAM and GOL/Varig share 60% of flights; Qatar Airways coming soon
Brazil’s busiest airport handled almost 22 million passengers last year. How quickly has it grown in recent years and which foreign carriers serve the airport? Which are the leading country markets?
Airbus increases lead over Boeing as March deliveries reach 97; A320 series deliveries outnumber 737s by 12
This March was a record month for aircraft deliveries. Airbus delivered more aircraft than Boeing, but for which type of aircraft is Boeing still in the lead? And which airlines had both narrowbodies and widebodies delivered?
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?
Rio is celebrating its Olympic victory but how is traffic developing at its two airports? How many non-stop international services are provided from Galeao and what’s happening at the downtown Santos Dumont airport?
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?
Brazilian 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?
Ground-breaking new routes this week from AirAsia X and Southwest (hello Minneapolis/St Paul) while there are also new services being started by AeroMexico, AirAsia, AirTran, Athens Airways, City Airline, TUIfly.com and Turkish Airlines.
Airbus delivered a record 483 aircraft last year, rather more than Boeing did. Which carriers were busy receiving early Christmas presents in December and which airlines took delivery of most new aircraft in 2008? How many A380s did Airbus deliver in 2008 and to whom?
Neeleman launches Azul from Campinas base near Sao Paulo; Brazil’s TAM and Gol will be watching closely
Serial airline founder David Neeleman has done it again. After jetBlue comes Azul, his new Brazilian airline which launched this week with Embraer E-jets. By early February it will have six aircraft and four routes. Should TAM and Gol be bothered?
TAM to get Star treatment as international network expands supported by increasing domestic dominance
TAM 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?
Airbus stretches lead over Boeing as strikes hamper deliveries; TAM receives five new aircraft in a month
Airbus delivered 42 aircraft to Boeing’s five in October. Apart from TAM which other airlines took delivery of more than one new aircraft and which lucky Boeing customers received new aircraft?
This week sees another batch of new routes launched by airlines from all across the globe including AirTran, Alaska Airlines, Allegiant Air, Bahrain Air, Cebu Pacific, easyJet, Hainan Airlines, Insel Air, LACSA, Maldivian, Norwegian, TAM, Thai AirAsia, Tiger Airways and Volaris. Oh, and Ryanair started some new routes as well. What a surprise.