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18 Jan 2021  |  Latin America
Achieving Connectivity for Secondary and Tertiary Airports through Situational Awareness
The aviation industry is in a crisis and airports are one of its hardest hit participants. Passenger volumes have severely declined due to COVID-19 travel restrictions and airport revenues have dried up without passengers. Passenger confidence is not expected to rebound quickly, and so passenger volume is not anticipated to return to pre-pandemic l...
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30 Dec 2014  |  Latin America
Technology innovations that can shape and impact the Latin American economy
With Latin Americas GDP projected to increase in the forthcoming years, most of the countries in the region are anticipated to experience rapid growth. The countrys economic growth can be attributed to different aspects. Technology innovations in healthcare, information technology, automation& electronics and chemical markets are one of the key f...
06 Oct 2014  |  Latin America
Threat-driven Security Investment Buoyed by Economic Growth and Political Will
Brazil finds itself in a period of great internal transition. As one of the worlds growing economic powers with an enhanced presence in the international community, the future of development within Brazil is being keenly followed. Opportunities for security suppliers will be enhanced as the government continues to focus on infrastructure creation ...
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20 Feb 2013  |  Latin America
Defence Modernization Needs Generate Market Opportunities for Foreign Weapon Suppliers
The Latin American defence market is an attractive market for the defence suppliers during the forecast period (20122021). Stable market revenue is mainly driven by the strong need to replace legacy defence platforms. On the other hand, defence procurement projects offer the Latin American countries the opportunity to not only increase security bu...
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29 Oct 2007  |  Latin America
A comprehensive analysis of the investments and privatisation processes in the Latin American airport network, with a benchmark of best practices in terms of concession programmes. Extensively covers and provides forecasts for the ASK, RPK and Passenger traffic in Latin American sub-regions.
04 May 2007  |  Latin America
A comprehensive study on the future of Brazilian Airport Airside Services (AAS). AAS comprise four segments: ramp handling (towing, luggage handling, etc), aircraft services (lavatory services, aircraft cleaning, etc), fuel and oil handling and surface transportation. A full analysis of the main market challenges, revenue drivers and restraints is ...