Opportunities for more travel options between the US and Brazil are increasing. This will benefit people who seek to spend more leisure time, or travel for work, to both countries.
As the article, published by CAPA Centre for Aviation, highlights:
“Travel options between the US and Brazil are expanding in late 2015 when Delta introduces new service to São Paulo Guarulhos (airport) from Orlando and Azul expands its US offerings with new flights from Belo Horizonte to Orlando and between Guarulhos and Orlando.”
“Delta’s moves in the Brazilian market at a time when the country is facing challenging economic conditions demonstrate that it is willing to aid Gol in fending off competitive threats in the Brazil-US market. In the matter of a few weeks the Guarulhos-Orlando market could jump from one to three airlines if Delta and Azul gain all the necessary approvals to launch their new flights.”
“Despite the current economic conditions in Brazil, it remains Latin America’s largest aviation market. So establishing a foothold in the country and into key international markets is key over the long-term. That seems to be the end game for Azul and Delta.”
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