Brazil March Airline Industry Market Share: Summary

The following table shows market shares of Brazil’s leading airline companies as reported by Brazil’s National Agency of Civil Aviation. Market share is determined by total kilometers of air travel purchased by customers.

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                  March      Feb.      Jan.      Dec.      Nov.      March
                   2013      2013      2013      2012      2012       2012
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                 ----------------- Domestic Market Share ----------------
TAM              39.26%    41.66%    42.50%    43.66%    43.14%     38.27%
Gol              36.19%    34.08%    34.30%    34.42%    33.52%     34.42%
Azul             12.57%    11.66%    11.07%    10.45%     9.92%      9.85%
Avianca           7.15%     6.90%     6.27%     6.45%     6.40%      5.55%
Trip              4.18%     5.14%     5.31%     4.53%     4.59%      4.33%
All Other         0.66%     0.57%     0.56%     0.49%     0.50%      0.87%
                 -------------- International Market Share --------------
TAM              87.87%    89.72%    89.83%    87.11%    90.37%     90.30%
Gol              12.13%    10.26%    10.17%    12.89%     9.63%      9.70%
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                  March      Feb.      Jan.      Dec.      Nov.      March
                   2013      2013      2013      2012      2012       2012
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All Other         0.00%     0.00%     0.00%     0.00%     0.00%      0.00%
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SOURCE: Agencia Nacional de Aviacao Civil-Brasil (ANAC).

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