March 2009
Brazil Tourism Report;Q1 2009, p14
Industry Profile
The article offers updates on the performance of the travel industry in Brazil. The country's largest aviation industry is regulated by the Agencia Nacional de Aviacao Civil (ANAC), and the company has more than 11,000 registered aircrafts with more than 4,000 pilots working. It notes the announcement of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) regarding the 4.6 percent drop in international passenger traffic as well as the 13.5 percent drop in international cargo.


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