Company Profiles

August 2011
Brazil Tourism Report;Q3 2011, Issue 3, p43
Industry Profile
The article offers information on various companies related to tourism in Brazil. It mentions that Accor SA is the largest player in hotel industry in the country wherein it operates 144 hotels including Sofitel, Novotel and Mercure. It says that Brazil Hospitality Group (BHG) is the first company to operate in the tourism-oriented real estate sector. It adds that Gol Transportes Aéroes SA has been operating 800 daily flights to 49 destinations with Boeing 737 Next Generation aircraft.


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