RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Several airlines have cut international flights to Brazil due to the coronavirus pandemic and travel restrictions imposed by different countries. However, most airlines now operate connections from cities abroad, mainly to São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.
International routes still in activity are being used by Brazilians abroad to return to Brazil. The Foreign Ministry said in a statement that it is seeking all options to repatriate nationals and residents in Brazil who have experienced difficulties with their return flights to the country.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs also reports that if it is possible . . .