Why Brazil’s airlines are welcoming ‘great dialogue’ with government

Azul chief executive

Source: Congresso Mercado Global de Carbono

Brazil’s airlines are continuing to navigate tough market conditions, but there are signs that the government is listening to their concerns and may be about to offer at least $1.2 billion in new credit lines amid rising capital costs in the country.

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