Latin Americans have a growing desire for international travel with Argentinians and Brazilians leading the way

The appetite for international travel among Latin Americans is increasing, with a rise in international trips of more than 9% for 1H2018, according to a…..

IATA: infrastructure, costs and the regulatory framework need to be the focus for Latin America and Caribbean governments

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has called on the governments of Latin America and the Caribbean to focus on infrastructure, costs and the region’s…..

Catch up on CAPA’s exclusive Market Analysis pieces – ANA, JAL, Peach Airlines, Vanilla Air and more

Each week, CAPA – Centre for Aviation, produces informative, thought provoking and detailed market analysis of the aviation industry. With supporting data included in every…..

American Express predicts mild fare increases for Latin America during 2017 

Airfares in Latin American should gain some traction in 2018 as the region continues to rebuild after a period of economic weakness driven by a…..

Latin American aviation stirs: economic activity and new entry and aircraft types underpin innovative moves

Latin America is enjoying its best ever connectivity, buoyed by the arrival of new generation widebodies like the A350 and Boeing 787 that are allowing…..

Latin American aviation stirs: the numbers’ game

Air connectivity between Latin America and the rest of the world has been on the rise every year this decade and the current northern summer…..

Can Madrid evolve into the key stopover point for travellers to Latin America?

The Chief Executive of Globalia, Javier Hidalgo, has stated a desire to “create a great hub in Madrid, like Dubai”, so that “Latin American passengers…..

Air Europa’s long-haul outlook starts to put pressure on Iberia’s Latin America lead

The introduction last month of a new seasonal Transatlantic connection from Madrid to Boston, Air Europa’s third US route and fourth destination in North America…..