Brazil’s COVID-19 aviation assistance response an example to follow in Latin America

    CAPA – Centre for Aviation, in a report entitled: ‘COVID-19: government aid for Latin airlines still patchy’ stated (27-Apr-2020) the Government of Brazil seems to have stepped forward with the most comprehensive relief for the aviation industry in Latin America, leading IATA to single out Brazil (and Paraguay) for their efforts to help airlines during the COVID-19 crisis, particularly for deferring certain payments and reducing taxes. IATA director general and CEO Alexandre De Juniac stated: “These actions need to inspire other governments in the region”. [more – CAPA Analysis]