RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The demand for flights in Brazil continues to plummet due to the coronavirus, according to data from the Brazilian Airlines Association (ABEAR). This week, the association's members recorded a 75 percent drop in demand for domestic flights and a 95 percent cut in the international market compared to the same period in 2019.
"In fact, we expect a reduction of 100 percent (in demand) is possible for a number of destinations. We will have to take the required actions to deal with this fact. And the companies are assessing this virtually every hour," said Eduardo . . .