Airlines aim for 200 million passengers annually in region

With a general consensus and optimism about the growth potential of the airline business in Latin America, the first regional summit of CAPA-Center for Aviation ended in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia. The summit gathered top representatives of Latin American airlines, airports and services in the sector. “With half the penetration the UK has, we can add 200 million passengers and $100 million to the regional GDP,” said Claudia Sender Ramírez, vice president of LATAM’s customer area and president for Brazil. Se added that Latin Americans travel less than the average in other countries. While in 2016 the average in the United Kingdom was 4.22 trips per person per year and in the United States 2.87, in Latin American countries the […]

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