Brazil’s imploding economy is having an increasingly devastating impact not only on airlines in the country, but also on foreign carriers with a significant network exposure to Latin America’s largest air transport market. And no short-term relief is in sight. The two largest Brazilian carriers, TAM Airlines and GOL, have suffered from a collapse of yields and revenues per available seat-kilometer (RASK) in the second quarter and are now further reducing capacity. Following the ...

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