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By Richard Mann, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Avianca Brazil suffered another severe blow. A couple of days ago, executives from Avianca Airlines - the "mother" company of the Colombian group also controlled by businessman Germán Efromovich - landed in São Paulo to design the new structure of the conglomerate after the increasingly likely demise of Avianca Brasil.

The Colombians are already talking to Azul, Gol, and Latam regarding agreements to share flights within Brazilian territory.

Sharing flights with Azul, Gol, and Latam will enable Brazilians to fly on a domestic route operated by competitors and then board an . . .

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