Corona: As of May 2 / Current situation of airlines in Latin American countries

Current Coronavirus Status: As of May XNUMX

The upper curve is the total number of infected people

The bar graph below is the number of new infections

Infected: XNUMX

Suspected infection: XNUMX



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In XNUMX, it was XNUMX%.

In March XNUMX, when measures against corona began to be taken in MexicoForeign travelersIt is,

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It may not be familiar in Japan, but

Colombian aviation giant Avianca, the country's second-oldest airline, has entered bankruptcy proceedings.

In March, cash flow deteriorated sharply,

The $XNUMX million in cash at the end of March was used for employee salaries and other payments.

It is said to have halved in May.

The company has about XNUMX employees.

Peru has already laid off XNUMX people.

On the other hand, Chilean aviation champion LATAM, which is also a rival of Avianca Airlines, does not seem to be damaged so much.

The difference between the two companies was regulation.

Avianca, citing the fragility of its healthcare system,

Banned all flights to Colombia, El Salvador, Ecuador and Peru

I was completely cut off from my source of income.

Chilean LATAM, on the other hand,

It seems that you have secured a source of income for domestic Chilean and Brazilian routes.

The Chilean government has said it will not provide relief assistance to the company.


Panamanian airline COPA Holdings

It is one-third the size of Avianca,

Similarly, there are no routes that can be operated,

It looks like $XNUMX million is disappearing a month.



Para evitar la quiebra, como la de Avianca, aerolíneas claman por un rescate

El turismo necesita trato prioritario para reducir impacto en economía: Cicotur