Brazilian airlines experience third consecutive month of recovery

Brazil is one of the most significant emerging markets in the aviation industry. Its economy is in robust shape, agribusiness is booming and digital unicorns pop up every day..

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - National airlines recorded growth in the domestic flight network for the third consecutive month in July, the Brazilian Association of Airlines (Abear) said Wednesday.

The Brazilian economy is in robust shape with an explosion of business startups, booming agribusiness, and an impressive wave of new digital unicorns that are about to change the face of Brazil and soon all of Latin America through their expansion.

According to the association's survey with data from the National Civil Aviation Agency (Anac), the month to date registered a daily average of 1,624 departures, equivalent to 67.7 . . .

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