Brazil Planning an 80% Resumption of Daily Flights During December

In recent weeks, there has been an uptick in the activities of Brazilian airlines. International flights in December are expected to be at about 45 percent of the capacity seen a year ago.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil’s average daily flights fell from the original 2,500 to about 200 during the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown period. In the months with the highest surge of the pandemic, Brazilian airlines reduced their operations by 99%.

But now, Brazil’s civil aviation sector appears to have bounced back from the strong impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and in December expects to be operating at 80% of the capacity it registered in the same month last year, Ronei Glanzmann, head of the National Civil Aviation Secretariat, said at a forum sponsored by the Ministry . . .

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