The Brazilian Association of Airlines (SNEA) has issued figures for January that reveal how its members are reacting to the worldwide aviation crisis. While domestic demand grew 1.3% from the same period last year, international demand dropped 5.2%, reflecting consumers' fear to fly. Internationally, Varig registered 81.2% market share in January, followed by TAM with 18.8%. Domestically, Varig and TAM were running neck-and-neck with 38.8% and 37.4% market shares, respectively. ...

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