Financial analysis: Latin America: the outlook for the aviation industry
26 June 2019 09:00 - 09:30
A look at the main trends and challenges facing aviation in the Latin America region. Which markets are experiencing the fastest growth and how are stakeholders working together to make the most out of the expected boom in air passenger traffic?
A chemical engineer, Luis has a vast experience in commercial and technical aviation fuel and has successfully led ALTA since October 2017. Prior to joining ALTA, Luis served as World Fuel Services’ Vice President Supply Development for Latin America and the Caribbean, where he was in charge of improving World Fuel’s aviation fuel business in the region.
For ten years he served IATA, leading fuel and airport campaigns with governments, oil companies, fuel service providers and airports for the Americas, Africa and the Middle East regions, whilst being based in Switzerland. Additionally, he spent 12 years at Shell companies with a focus on Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa and Europe, being based in Brazil and The Netherlands.
Luis has a postgraduate degree in Finance from the University of São Paulo, an MBA from Dom Cabral Foundation in São Paulo and a Post MBA qualification from Kellogg University in Chicago.