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A LATAM Brasil A320 landing in São Paulo/Congonhas Airport. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | João Machado)

With Permanent Wage Reductions Rejected By Workforce, LATAM Brasil Starts Layoffs

As the economic effects and the public health crisis of the coronavirus pandemic continue to harm international demand, LATAM Brasil, Brazil's second-largest airline before 2020, has announced it will start to lay off a part of its cabin workforce. According to G1, the number of employees fired will start from 2,700, which represents 28% of LATAM's cabin crew employees, as per figures given by the National Union of Aeronauts (SNA), which represents the workers. The announcement comes after negotiations between…

The Story of Webjet, Brazil’s Last Low Cost/Low Fare Carrier…

Editor’s Note: This is the second article in a three-part series on Webjet. Part one was published July 20, and part three will be published on July 22. 2006-2007: Humble Investments, Small Growth Webjet remained grounded, with no perspectives for the future, but not for too long. On January 18,…

The Story of Webjet, Brazil’s Last Low Cost/Low Fare Carrier…

Editor's Note: This is the first article in a three-part series on Webjet. Part two will be published July 21, and part three will follow on July 22. The first decade of the new century brought to Brazil stable economic growth that, for years, was unseen. With millions of people…