Domestic flights in Brazil already exceed pre-pandemic numbers -ANAC

Although the supply of domestic flights has increased, the number of passengers has been lower than before the pandemic. In May, 6.4 million passengers were counted. In 2019, more than 7 million were registered in the same month.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In May, demand for domestic flights exceeded 2019 indices, the same as last year before the Covid 19 pandemic. The data comes from the National Civil Aviation Agency's (Anac) Demand and Supply Report, released Friday (1).

According to Anac, flight supply measured by ASK (available seat kilometers) increased 6% compared to May 2019. Passenger demand, calculated by RPK (paid passenger kilometers), decreased by 2.5% compared to the same period.

Although the supply of domestic flights has increased, the number of passengers has been lower than before the pandemic. In May, 6.4 million passengers . . .

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