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World Cup Fans in Brazil May Get Stuck Up in the Air

It's all about the operations this summer in Brazil.

World Cup Fans in Brazil May Get Stuck Up in the Air

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Brazilian Airlines Place Caps on World Cup Airfares, Load Up on Extra Routes

The airfare caps put pressure on Brazil's two largest airline to introduce similar measures. The airlines expect to recoup any losses by flying fuller planes and adding routes.

Brazilian Airlines Place Caps on World Cup Airfares, Load Up on Extra Routes

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Star Alliance Convenes to Plot Strategy For Future Growth

Is the Star Alliance's future just about continuing with the cumbersome process of adding new airline members here or there, or does it have to formulate new strategies to confront the growth of Emirates and Etihad, for example, which aren't as enamored with traditional tie-ups?

Star Alliance Convenes to Plot Strategy For Future Growth

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Avianca Brasil Woos Passengers With Free Meals, Better Seats

What next, free pillows and blankets? Or being able to get a seat assignment next to a loved one without paying a fee?

Avianca Brasil Woos Passengers With Free Meals, Better Seats

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Avianca relaunches with a very red rebranding three years after TACA merger

Loyal flyers will always be resistant to change, but Avianca’s color-conscious and well-thought-out branding is a smarter execution than American’s redesign that left little room for US Airway’s mark.

Avianca relaunches with a very red rebranding three years after TACA merger

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Avianca to spend $5 billion on planes to meet rising Latin American demand

Latin American airlines like Colombia’s Avianca have an advantage over international carriers that are just now entering the region, but they’ll need first invest in their fleets to match foreign carriers' capacity.

Avianca to spend $5 billion on planes to meet rising Latin American demand

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A little victory for former colonies: Avianca owner may purchase Portugal’s largest airline

Avianca is the top contender to take the airline off the hands of debt-ridden Portugal and in doing so would access TAP’s 46 European routes to boost passenger volume for Avianca Brazil.

A little victory for former colonies: Avianca owner may purchase Portugal’s largest airline

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Avianca to kill off the Taca brand; new unified airline to launch next year