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Air Europa — A new route between Gatwick and Recife (via Madrid) operating twice a week, on Wednesdays and Fridays. Air Europa maintains its partnership with Avianca Brasil, offering domestic flights that connect Recife with other parts of Brazil.
Air France-KLM—As of May 2018, there will be 5 direct flights to London from Fortaleza a week (3 with a stopover in Amsterdam, 2 with a stopover in Paris). Joon, the airline’s upcoming low-cost carrier, will operate all 5.
LATAM — From January 4 – February 12, 2018, LATAM Airlines Brazil will fly from Salvador to Buenos Aires/Ezeiza on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. A great option for people in Buenos Aires who fancy a visit to Salvador.
British Airways — As of May 2018, the number of direct flights between London Heathrow and Rio de Janeiro will increase from 6 to 7 per week. This additional seventh flight will depart from London on Thursdays.
TAP Portugal — As of October 2017, there are 8 flights during the European winter, increasing to 10 during peak periods like Christmas and New Year. During the European summer there will also be 10 weekly flights available, to cater for elevated periods of demand. TAP flies to Brazil from London City Airport, Heathrow, Gatwick, and Manchester airports, via Lisbon and Porto.
Gol—A new flight from São Paulo to Jericoacoara (on the coast of the Ceará) as of 6 December, departing from Guarulhos International Airport on Wednesdays and from Congonhas Airport on Saturdays.
Azul — new route between Cabo Frio (Brazil) and Buenos Aires, from December 16, 2017 – March 3, 2018. There are also weekly flights from Recife to 2 other Argentine cities: Córdoba and Rosario.
Avianca Brasil—Salvador to Bogotá, once a week, giving Brazilians a great opportunity to explore Colombia.
Royal Air Maroc – London to São Paulo, via Casablanca, 3 times a week on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays
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