Brazil leads resumption of flights in South America after the pandemic, says Iata

The domestic demand in Brazil has already reached 90% of the pre-pandemic level.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Peter Cerdá, regional vice president of the International Air Transport Association (Iata) for the Americas, said on April 6 that the recovery of the airline industry is occurring faster in South America. He cited, as an example, the domestic demand in Brazil, which has already reached 90% of the pre . . .

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