Recorded at CAPA Latin America Aviation & LCCs Summit, 25-26 Aug 2022

Spotlight on Brazil An in-depth look at the market dynamics (Portuguese)

Although Brazil has faced the same waves of COVID-19 as most other countries worldwide, demand has seemed to recover swiftly in the country. Domestically, the country’s airlines appear to be behaving rationally with their capacity deployment, and have started to slowly rebuild their international networks. The pace of the international rebuild depends on countries continuing to open up, and perhaps within Latin America, some uniformity in the requirements for international travel across the region. 

The country’s three largest airlines – GOL, LATAM Airlines Brazil and Azul – are working to build up their fleets with next generation aircraft to bolster fuel efficiency, lower unit costs, meet environmental targets and potentially open new markets for all of those operators. 

All Brazilian operators are facing similar challenges that other airlines are dealing with, including geopolitical conflicts and rising fuel costs. How are those operators factoring those dynamics into their near-term planning? What market dynamics are emerging in Brazil as the pandemic moves to an endemic state?

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