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Brazilian Outbound Air Travel Market is Forecast to Grow by 4.5% on Average Year-on-Year to 2020.

DUBLIN, Ireland -- Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of Brazil Outbound - May 2007 to their offering.

The Brazilian outbound market is forecast to grow by 4.5% on average year-on-year to 2020. However, a lack of direct connections and airline capacity to popular destinations could potentially impede this growth...

This report is part of the "Travel and Tourism Analyst" (TTA) subscription. Travel & Tourism Analyst provides an examination of the travel industry, sector by sector, focusing on all the latest transport, accommodation and technology issues and highlighting developing outbound travel trends and niche markets. Combining the latest tourism data from the most authoritative sources and unique, independent analysis, it provides a level of market-explanation that can help create focused marketing and shape effective tourism policy at the highest level.

Comprising of 20 objective reports each year, a subscription to TTA enables the end user to react to the most significant industry developments, including:

- the most significant developments in transport trends

- accommodation trends

- travel industry technology issues

- growth travel market sectors

- shifting outbound travel trends

- niche travel markets


Data Sources

Market Drivers


Figure 1: Mid-year population estimates for Brazil, 1950-2050

Figure 2: Mid-year population estimates for Brazil, by age and gender, 2007 and 2050


Figure 3: Brazil GDP and unemployment rates, 2000-05

Consumer expenditure

Figure 4: Brazil mean disposable income and expenditure on leisure/recreation, 2000-05

Exchange rates

Figure 5: Selected exchange rates against the Real, 2000-06

Tourism balance

Figure 6: Germany's tourism balance, 2000-05

Outbound Tourism


Figure 7: Outbound travel from Brazil, 2000-05


Figure 8: Outbound travel from Brazil, by region, 2001, 2003 and 2005


Figure 9: Outbound travel from Brazil to the US, 2000-05


Figure 10: Brazilian arrivals in selected European destinations, 2001, 2003 and 2005

South and Central America

Figure 11: Brazilian arrivals in selected south and central American destinations, 2001-05


Figure 12: Brazilian arrivals in selected long-haul destinations, 2001-05

Market Characteristics

Purpose of travel

Figure 13: Brazil outbound departures, by purpose of visit, 2000-05

Figure 14: Brazilian tourist arrivals in the US, by purpose of visit, 2000-05*

Trip organisation

Figure 15: Brazil outbound departures, by organisation of tourism, 1999-2003

Figure 16: Brazilian arrivals into the US who purchased prepaid packages, 2000-05

Average length of stay

Figure 17: Brazil outbound departures, by purpose of visit and average length of stay, 2001-03

Figure 18: Brazil outbound, by average length of stay in selected destinations, 2001-03


Figure 19: Brazilian arrivals in the US, by month, 2000-05

Figure 20: Breakdown of airline tickets to Europe paid and issued for in Brazil, by month, 2000-04


Figure 21: Brazil outbound departures, by age, 2002

Figure 22: Brazil outbound departures, by occupation, 2002

Figure 23: Brazil outbound departures, by region of residence in Brazil, 2002



Figure 24: Brazil outbound departures, by mode of transport, 2000-05



Figure 25: Airlines operating direct flights between Brazil and Europe, winter 2006-07

Figure 26: US airlines operating direct flights between Brazil and the US, winter 2006-07

Figure 27: Number of international air passengers carried on flights departing from Brazil*, by region of destination, 2000, 2003 and 2005


Figure 28: International passenger movements at INFRAERO airports, 2003-06

Major Brazilian international carriers


Figure 29: Key performance indicators of the top three Brazilian international carriers, 2005 and 2006

TAM Linhas Aereas

Figure 30: Key international routes by Brazil's top three international carriers, February 2007

GOL Linhas Aereas Intelligentes


Figure 31: Brazil outbound departures, by type of accommodation used, 1999-2003

Figure 32: Brazil outbound departures, by length of stay in accommodation and average expenditure on accommodation, by type, 2003

Figure 33: Travel agents registered with the Ministry of Tourism, by region, 2002-05

What Next?

Figure 34: Brazilian outbound trips and expenditure, 2005-20

Index to Travel & Tourism Analyst

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Index to TTI Destination Reports 1993-2006

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