By Doug Gray, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO – Brazil’s airlines registered a 5.47% drop in passengers last month as the global air travel industry continued to suffer the economic crisis. According to figures released by the ANAC National Aviation Agency the total number of seats being made available has, however, increased.
In response TAM President David Barioni was quoted last week as saying that June would see the company reverse their fortunes, and that the worst was over. Basing his prediction on the number of inquiries seen so far this month, it is however a traditionally strong period . . .