Brazilian Startups Continue To Gain Market Share As Legacies Trim Supply

Brazil’s two largest carriers continue to reduce capacity, while the country’s fast-growing low-cost carriers maintain their aggressive expansion, data from ANAC, Brazil’s civil aviation regulator, show. TAM, Brazil’s largest carrier by capacity, cut domestic available seat kilometers (ASKs) 4% in...

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