Company Profiles

November 2010
Brazil Tourism Report;Q4 2010, p37
Industry Profile
The article profiles several companies operating in Brazil including Accor SA, TAM and Orient-Express Hotels Ltd. Accor operates 144 hotels across the country. TAM is the largest airline in the country and operates Airbus A330, Boeing 777 aircraft and MD11. It mentions that Orient-Express is a hotel and travel company that focuses on offering luxury to the leisure market.


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