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Pluna to suspend temporarily its Montevideo to Campinas flight

April 9, 2012 | By More

Uruguayan airline Pluna, currently flying from Montevideo to Viracopos international airport in Campinas, state of São Paulo, will suspend the flight from 11 April till 30 June. The company puts forward technical reasons for the temporary cancellation of a route that had an occupancy rate above expected, so much so that the airline added a […]

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American’s Miami to Manaus to become a daily flight

April 4, 2012 | By More

American Airline‘s Miami to Manaos flight (we gave details of the flight a while back at American Airlines increasing its presence in Brazil), starting on 14 June, has become a little bigger before operations even started. Rather than the four weekly flights initially announced, the new route will count seven flights a week. The information […]

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Aerosur, on the verge of bankrupcy, suspends flights

April 2, 2012 | By More

Those with tickets to fly with Bolivian airline Aerosur must get in touch as soon as possible with the agency from where they purchased them. The airline is on the verge of bankrupcy and has suspended flights leaving passengers grounded. Did you like this? Share it:

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Aerolíneas Argentinas negotiating a direct flight from Rio de Janeiro to Bariloche

March 29, 2012 | By More

Argentina’s airline Aerolíneas Argentinas are negotiating with the Brazilian aviation authorities a direct flight between Río de Janeiro and Bariloche. Supposedly the flight would take place during the winter skiing season in Argentina. As soon as we have more details you will hear them here at the blog. Information from Mercado e Eventos. Did you […]

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United studying a direct flight from San Francisco to Rio de Janeiro

March 27, 2012 | By More

United Airlines are studying a direct flight from San Francisco and Rio de Janeiro. It would become the first direct flight in operation linking California and Brazil. It is not known at this stage whether the airline is already in touch with Brazilian aviation authorities. Information from Contato Radar. Did you like this? Share it:

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Tam to fly daily from Rio de Janeiro to Frankfurt

March 19, 2012 | By More

In October 2012 Brazilian airline TAM will increase its current four weekly flights between Rio de Janeiro and Frankfurt to a total of seven flights, offering a daily flight between Rio and Germany. Tam will use an Airbus 330 on the route – on its São Paulo-Frankfurt route it operates a Boeing 777. Did you […]

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Air Europa to increase its frequencies from Madrid to Salvador de Bahia

March 13, 2012 | By More

Spanish airline Air Europa, expecting business growth during 2012, announces its intention to increase the frequencies of its Madrid to Salvador de Bahia flight. There would be five weekly flights during the European summer season – pity Europeans aren’t old that July and August are not the best months to enjoy the beaches in Salvador […]

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Lan Peru adding new frequencies to its Lima to São Paulo route

March 8, 2012 | By More

Lan Perú will be adding new frequencies to its route between Jorge Chávez airport in Lima, Perú, and Guarulhos airport in São Paulo. From 1 July the current 11 weekly frequencies will become 14. Did you like this? Share it:

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Qatar Airways with new plans for Brazil

March 5, 2012 | By More

Brazilian newspaper Folha de São Paulo published recently declarations from Qatar Airways‘ CEO announcing two new routes between Qatar and Brazil. One of the routes will be a flight to Rio de Janeiro commencing on 2013 while the other destination is not being disclosed yet. Qatar’s CEO also declared that in his opinion Guarulhos international […]

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up-to-date information on operating conditions at the Brazilian airports

March 1, 2012 | By More

Brazilian airline Tam has a website containing a map of the operating conditions of the Brazilian airports. The information is updated on a regular basis. The operating conditions are identified by four different symbols: a green circle indicates the airport is operating normally a yellow circle indicates delays are frequent a red circle indicates there […]

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