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As of November 2017, some 104 million passengers had been carried on domestic and international flights, according to the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC). In 2016, Brazil registered 109.6 million paying passengers, of which 88.7 million on domestic and 20.9 million on international flights. This number of paying passengers was 6.9% lower than in the previous year, which is the first decline after 13 straight years of growth. The number of domestic and international flights decreased 11.4% and 7.9%, respectively.

Demand in the international market for passengers with flights originating form or destined to Brazil grew by 80% since 2007, representing an average annual growth rate of 6.7%. In 2016, however, air transportation in this market registered a 3.6% decline compared to 2015, which represents the first contraction since 2009. 

Inclusion of the Brasília (DF), Guarulhos and Campinas (SP) international airports in the National Privatization Program.

Triunfo, through the Aeroportos Brasil consortium, wins the 30- year concession for the Campinas airport for R$ 3.8 billion.

The Brazilian government issues Provisional Presidential Measure creating the Regional Aviation Development Program. Concessions for international terminals at Galeão, in Rio de Janeiro, and Confins, in Minas Gerais, are auctioned off.

The federal government’s regional aviation program authorizes 55 draft projects and plans to adapt 270 regional airports to be able to receive regular aviation, consolidating Brazil’s position as the world’s third largest domestic aviation market.

After an agreement with the Executive branch, the Senate approves new rules for civil aviation and pledges to veto foreign control of carriers. With approval of the Provisional Presidential Decree, Infraero can increase its collection. 

New rules for passenger air transportation come into force in the country, approved by the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC). One of the changes allows airlines to charge passengers for checked baggage. 

Viracopos International Airport was elected for the sixth time as the best airport in Brazil in a passenger satisfaction survey conducted by the Civil Aviation Department (SAC). 


In 2016 Installed capacity for power generation in Brazil reached 150.4 GW, a 9.5 GW increase over 2015, according to data from the Ministry of Mines and Energy (MME). The Brazilian power generation market is regulated and integrated. The development of projects and the use and sale of energy may be conducted by the federal government or third parties, through concessions, licenses or authorizations. In recent years, the government has adopted measures to encourage private and foreign investment, expanding competition and reducing the share of concessionaires controlled by government authorities. Of the country’s total installed capacity, 80.6% is renewable, which compares to just 33% in the world. 
The Law of Concessions and Law 9,074 come into effect, establishing standards for granting and
extending existing public service concessions and the deverticalization of electricity generation, transmission and distribution services. 
Establishment of the Brazilian Electricity Regulatory Agency (Aneel).
The Electricity Sector Law comes into effect to reform the basic framework of the sector 
Brazil faces a serious energy crisis.  
Electricity Sector Model Law enacted. 
Provisional Presidential Decree 579, later converted into Law 12,783/2013, establishing early renewal of concession agreements of generation and transmission companies in exchange for price regulation by Aneel – leading to a 20% decrease in energy tariffs.
Companies in the industry face instability, with reductions to tariffs and low reservoir levels at hydroelectric plants – worsened by the drought mainly in Southeastern Brazil.
MME approves the Ten-year Energy Expansion Plan (PDE 2024), which envisages investments of up to R$1.4 trillion in the next ten years. 
Itaipu Hydroelectric Dame reclaims its spot as the world's largest power producer in the year, surpassing Three Gorges Dam in China. 
MME publishes a bid notice for 35 lots of power transmission line in 17 states, with investment of R$12.8 billion. The initiative is part of the federal government’s Investment Partnership Program (PPI). 


Triunfo is one of the largest companies in this segment. It manages 2.140,5 km of toll roads through five concessionaires: Concer, Triunfo Concepa, Triunfo Concebra, Triunfo Econorte and Triunfo Transbrasiliana. 
The toll road concession segment has gained momentum with the resumption of bids by both the federal and state governments. According to the Brazilian Association of Highway Concession Operators (ABCR), the aggregate length of toll roads increased by 67.8% over the last ten years, reaching 19,463 kilometers operated by 59 concessionaires. In 2017, the toll-paying vehicle traffic on toll roads grew by 1.9%. 
The 1990s
Enactment of laws, decrees and administrative orders that enabled the delegation of highway operations to private companies.
The Federal Government launched the Federal Highway Concession Program, covering 11,191 kilometers of highways.
Creation of the National Land Transportation Agency (ANTT), responsible for regulating concessions.
Toll road concessions gained momentum with the Program for Investments in Logistics (PIL), launched by the Federal Government. The PIL envisages auctioning of 7 thousand kilometers of federal highways, with total investments estimated at R$ 46 billion.
Five new lots included in the PIL were auctioned, for a total of 4,248 kilometers granted on concession.
One of the lots, comprising a stretch of 1,176.5 kilometers on BRs 060/153/262, was won by Triunfo in December 2013 and is currently managed by Triunfo Concebra.
Announcement of a new lot of toll road concessions for 2,625 kilometers of highways, of which 2,282 kilometers must be duplicated.
The federal government’s Logistics Investment Program plans concessions for 16 highway stretches, for a total of R$152.5 billion in the areas. 

Government includes 16 stretches of highways in privatizations. The bid process for Highway BR-163, in Pará state, is the first to be concluded. 
The Ministry of Transportation lists six highway concession projects for the Investment Partnership Program (PPI).  
The federal government informs that it plans to auction between 3,000 and 4,000 kilometers of highways in 2018.



2 February 2018