Government Meeting with Airlines to Promote Brazilian Market

Among companies present are Volaris from Mexico, Jetblue from the United States, and Sky from Chile. The meetings are part of the government's actions to encourage new players to enter the sector.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian government is using the Latin American and Caribbean Air Sector Leadership Forum (the "Forum"), held in Brasília between October 27th and October 29th, to meet with airlines from the region to promote and encourage action in the Brazilian market, currently under the domination of three players: Latam, Gol and Azul. The meeting is regarded as the largest aviation event on the continent and includes officials and executives in the field.

According to the National Secretary of Aviation of the Ministry of Infrastructure, Ronei Glanzmann, government officials will introduce the Brazilian market under the . . .

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