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Air Europa – a daily flight between São Paulo and London Gatwick, via Madrid, was launched in March this year. Other new flights as of May 2019, all from Madrid, include 2 more flights to Salvador (Bahia), 3 to Rio de Janeiro and 3 to Recife (Pernambuco).


Air France & KLM – Air France & KLM have joined forces with Brazilian airline GOL and are set to inaugurate a new hub in Brazil, with flights to Fortaleza (Ceará) operated by KLM and Joon. From Fortaleza, passengers will be able to travel with GOL to any connecting destinations in the North and Northeast of Brazil, such as Belém, Manaus, Natal, Recife and Salvador. As of 3 May there are also 2 flights per week from Fortaleza to Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport. In the peak summer months there will be 3.


Avianca Brasil – 2 new daily routes as of June: São Paulo to Belém (Pará) and São Paulo to Vitória (Espírito Santo). A great new feature is the Brazil Air Pass 2018, which allows passengers to fly to 4 cities in Brazil, in conjunction with a return ticket purchased with Avianca Brazil or one of its partners.


Aigle Azur –Aigle Azur will launch its new Paris (Orly) to São Paulo (Viracopos) flight as of 5 July, initially with 3 flights a week, increasing to 5 from September 2018.


Azul – In June 2018 the Brazilian airline will start operating more flights to Portugal via its new São Paulo (Viracopos) to Lisbon route. As of 1 June there will be 11 flights a week.


British Airways/Iberia – Rio de Janeiro is that much closer now with 5 weekly flights connecting Madrid to the “Marvellous City”, and 1 extra from Heathrow.


LATAMSince March this year, the airline has been operating an extra 2 flights per week between Rome and São Paulo, and has scheduled a further 2 as of June. Since April, the airline added 3 additional weekly flights to their Madrid to São Paulo route.


TAP Air Portugal – From June, the airline will strengthen its offering to Brazil with 4 more weekly flights to São Paulo and 1 more to both Brasília and Belo Horizonte, all sound options for passengers departing the UK, via Lisbon.


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