Brasil Rio Paisaje (foto pixabay)
This year has marked the resumption of tourism in Brazil, and the movement of the country’s international air network is one of the main metrics that prove the recovery of the sector.
On the rise each month, Brazilian air connectivity with the world operates at more than 80 percent of the capacity observed in 2019. Argentina, the United States and Portugal were the countries with the most flights to Brazil in the first half, with 10,800 arrivals in all.
The United States appears in first place among long-haul destinations, with 3,972 flights, followed by Portugal, with 2,661. Argentina, a neighboring country, sent 4,250 flights to Brazil, leading the overall connectivity ranking with the country.
Breaking Travel News
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