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Sector scenario

According to the National Civil Aviation Agency (Anac), in 2014 Brazil’s domestic and international air transport market grew by 5.8% and 4.9% over 2013, respectively. According to the same agency, between 2011 and 2014 investments in those airports serving major state capitals totaled more than R$13 billion, already allocated to infrastructure development. As a result, total terminal area expanded by 47% to 1.7 million square meters. Investments also led to an increase in apron availability and parking spaces and the creation of new services to better meet passengers’ needs and improve quality.

In the same period, annual passenger handling capacity climbed by more than 37%, equivalent to 295 million people, and by 76% in those airports under concession. These numbers are essential in order to provide the necessary support for the sector’s expansion scenario1.

According to Global Market Forecast (GMF), Latin American airlines will require 2,120 new aircraft between 2012 and 2031, at an estimated cost of US$242 billion. In global terms, in the same period, 28,200 new aircraft will be needed to meet projected demand at a cost of US$4 trillion.

[1] Fonte: http://www.aviacaocivil.gov.br/noticias/2015/01/passageiros-voam-mais-e-melhor-no-brasil

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