By Iolanda Fonseca
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil and Portugal closed, this Friday, June 28th, an air services agreement, eliminating restrictions on the transportation of passengers and cargo.
According to Brazil's National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC), the agreement enables the immediate increase in scheduled international flights to any destination in both countries.
Under this agreement, airlines from both nations may operate scheduled services between the two countries and include intermediate points. There is no restriction on the number of flights available or the number of locations served.
Brazil currently enjoys similar agreements with the United Kingdom, Spain, the Netherlands . . .