Investment in Brazil’s regional aviation should exceed R$1 billion in 2 years

The goal is to increase connectivity and enable the expansion in Brazil's interior in all 27 states.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Pledging to expand regional aviation from 2019 to the end of 2021, investments of the Ministry of Infrastructure (MINFRA) in the sector will reach almost R$1 billion (more than US$180 million) in air navigation equipment, reform and construction of new airports, in the five regions of the country.

The Ministry says the resources directed through the National Secretariat of Civil Aviation (SAC) and the Brazilian Airport Infrastructure Company (INFRAERO) will cover 112 municipalities.

The goal is to increase connectivity and enable the expansion of the supply of flights in all 27 states. "The federal . . .

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