BQB Airlines Expansion Gradually Filling Regional Void

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Eighteen months after Pluna Airlines ceased operations, BQB Airlines is gradually filling the regional void and making it increasingly unlikely Uruguay will have another national carrier. That is the conclusion of CAPA, the leading provider of independent aviation market intelligence, in a very detailed analysis of the rapid rise of BQB Air since 2010. When Pluna collapsed in 2012, BQB …

Montevideo Airport Arrivals Reach Record 1.7 Million Passengers

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Uruguay’s principal airport, Carrasco International, is on pace to tie the annual record for inbound passenger arrivals, according to data released yesterday at the First Annual International Air Transportation Forum (Foro del Aire) in Montevideo. Government officials estimate Carrasco (MVD) will receive 1.7 million passengers this year which ties the record set in 2011. This is an amazing rebound considering Uruguay’s …