Market Overview -- Travel

April 2010
Brazil Tourism Report;Q2 2010, p16
Industry Profile
The article provides an economic overview on the tourism sector in Brazil. It indicates that the country's aviation industry has over 11,000 registered aircraft and more than 4,000 pilots. It also notes that the World Tourism Organisation ranks Brazil's tourism sector 95th for ground transport infrastructure and 58th in terms of information and communications technology infrastructure.


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