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According to a report produced by Boeing, the Current Market Outlook (CMO) of 2017, in the analysis of the Latin American market evaluated by the US$ 250 billion study, it is expected that, within 20 years, 3.01 thousand new aircraft will arrive to the region.

Following the global trend, this new fleet would be mostly single-aisle aircraft. The 2,600 units acquired would increase the share of this type of aircraft in Latin America from 79% to 84%. The percentages of small fuselage aircraft (8%), with over 210 units, and medium/large fuselage (1%) plus 20 units would be maintained. Regional jets (from 6% to 4%) and wide-fuselage freighters (from 6% to 3%) would lose space, with 130 and 20 new aircraft respectively.

When we talk about executive aviation, Brazil alone represents 5% of the global business aviation market, while Latin America as a whole represents 7%.

The sector generates richness
The sector also contributed a gross value-added of $25.1 billion to Brazil’s GDP (Gross Domestic Product). Expenses incurred by foreign tourists contributed an additional $7.8 billion in gross value- added to Brazilian GDP. This means that 1.4 percent of the country’s GDP is generated by the air transport sector and by foreign tourists entering the country by air. The jobs held by the aviation sector and the gross value-added grew in 2014 thanks to the World Cup held in Brazil.120 million passengers. In 2014 Brazilian and foreign airlines transported almost 120 million passengers on domestic and international flights.

1.6 million jobs
It is estimated that the number of direct, indirect and induced jobs generated in Brazil by aviation and related sectors, such as airports, land services and aerospace, was in the order of 1.2 million. If we add tourism, this figure reaches 1.6 million.

1.4% of the Brazilian GDP
It is estimated that the aviation-led economic chain contributes 1.4% of the Brazilian GDP, generated by the air transport sector and foreign tourists entering the country by air.

680 Commercial Aircraft
The commercial aviation fleet is approximately 680 aircraft

1650 executive aircraft
The executive aviation fleet is more than 1,650 aircraft

10 airports granted to private initiative
From 2012 to 2018, the airports of São Gonçalo do Amarante (RN); Guarulhos (SP); Viracopos (SP); Brasilia DF); Galeão (RJ); Confins (MG); Fortaleza (CE); Salvador BA); Florianópolis (SC); Porto Alegre (RS) were granted.

National Privatization Program 13 airports in 2019
The 13 airports to be privatized in the first quarter of 2019 were included in the National Privatization Program 13 airports, which will be granted in regional blocks: The Northeast block will be formed by the airports of Recife/PE, Maceió/AL, Aracaju/SE, João Pessoa/PB, Campina Grande/PB and Juazeiro do Norte/CE. Another block is the Midwest, with the concession of the airports of Cuiabá/MT, Sinop/MT, Barra do Garças/MT, Rondonópolis/MT and Alta Floresta/MT airports. Finally, in the block of the Southeast, the airports of Vitória/ES and Macaé/RJ will be granted.

R$ 8.5 billion in investments
The government’s estimate for the next concessions is that the airports receive a total of R$ 8.5 billion in investments.

Sources: IATA, Oxford Economics, SAC, Boeing