Brazilian tourism experiences resumption after pandemic

Brazilian tourism experiences resumption after pandemic

After two years of the covid-19 pandemic, when restrictions were imposed on international travel in various parts of the world, in addition to the temporary closure of several sectors of commerce, Brazil returned to receive flights from other countries on a large scale. According to the Brazilian Agency for International Tourism Promotion (Embratur), last month there were 3,806 arrivals of international flights to the country.Brazilian tourism experiences resumption after pandemic

In comparison with May, the increase in connectivity was 7.29% and, compared to June last year, 355.36%. According to Embratur, the significant increase in connectivity will continue until the beginning of 2023. 84 new flights and 47 additional frequencies are planned by February next year. From January to June this year, 84 more flights went into operation and 36 frequencies were added.

In May, GOL began operating more international flights from Buenos Aires, Miami and Orlando to Brasilia, with four flights a week. For November, the forecast is to start the route between the cities of Buenos Aires and Natal, in addition to resuming, by December, all the destinations in Argentina that existed in 2019.

United Airlines resumed Chicago/São Paulo and Houston/Rio de Janeiro flights in the first half of the year. Lufthansa also contributed to the increase in connectivity, with the return of the Frankfurt and Munich operations to Rio de Janeiro and daily flights from Amsterdam to Rio de Janeiro.

In October, Eastern Air expects to increase flights from Miami and New York to Belo Horizonte.

Other airlines, such as Latam, Delta Air Lines and Iberia, also announced more international flights, connecting cities like São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro to destinations like Atlanta and New York, in the United States, Medellin, in Colombia, and Madrid, the Spanish capital. .

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