A Spike In COVID-19 Cases Cools Brazil’s Recovery

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Brazilian airlines are confident demand will rebound as vaccination levels grow.
Credit: joepriesaviation.net
Throughout much of 2020, Brazil’s airlines touted a swift recovery in domestic air travel demand that saw carriers bumping up toward their 2019 capacity levels by year-end. But the rebound has lost steam as Brazil fights a stubborn second wave of COVID-19 infections. By December 2020, Azul had...
Lori Ranson

Lori covers North American and Latin airlines for Aviation Week and is also a Senior Analyst for CAPA - Centre for Aviation.

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