CAPA – Centre for Aviation, in a report entitled: ‘Avianca BrazilSWOT: strong and growing airline, but still too small’, stated (30-Jul-2018) outlined Avianca Brazil‘s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats as follows:
- Strengths: Strong and growing position in Brazil‘s domestic market, the highest load factors in Brazil, well received product that appeals to corporates, Star Alliance membership.
- Weaknesses: International network, lack of profitability, relatively small size.
- Opportunities: Merger with Avianca Holdings, regional expansion, potential JV with United.
- Threats: Political and economic instability in Brazil, intense competition. [more – CAPA Analysis]
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