Low-cost Airlines Begin Operating International Flights in Brazil

The change in legislation, authorizing up to 100 percent of foreign capital ownership of Brazil-based airlines, has aroused the interest of low-cost airlines in operating international flights here.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - While operating at low cost and charging less for airfare, these companies typically charge for services such as dispatched luggage and seat booking.

In general, they also do not offer food on flights, nor do they offer printers at airports for travelers to obtain their boarding passes.

The Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) approved the operation of four of these airlines in Brazil, two of which operate scheduled flights . . .

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