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With the help of the airline industry, Brazilian tourism makes BRL 18.2 MM in May

The Tourism Council of the Federation of Trade in Goods, Services, and Tourism of the State of Sao Paulo (FecomercioSP) released data that indicate that domestic tourism revenue reached BRL 18.2 billion in May, an annual growth of 7.1%. FecomercioSP data is based on information from the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE). Once again, air transport is the most influential on overall performance. In the fifth month of the year, the segment’s revenue was BRL 5.88 MM, which represents a 12% higher level when compared to the same period in 2022. According to FecomercioSP, it was the first time that the number of passengers transported by planes exceeded the pre-pandemic level (2019), based on the fifth month of the year. There were 7.29 million passengers, the highest since 2015, according to a survey by Brazil’s Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC). In addition to the increase in supply, the reduction in the average tariff, which went from almost BRL 700 a year ago to BRL 550 in May 2023, directly impacts the scenario. In the Entity’s assessment, the tendency is for continued growth in the coming months, since there are more favorable conditions for companies’ investments, with relatively cheaper fuel and dollar. – https://aeroin.net/com-ajuda-do-setor-aereo-turismo-brasileiro-fatura-r-182-bilhoes-em-maio/