Another Low-Cost Airline Seeks to Enter Brazil’s Air Travel Market

After Norwegian Air and two Argentine airline companies, now Chile's Sky Airline wants to establish routes to major Brazilian cities.

By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Brazil’s National Aviation Agency (ANAC) has received yet another request from a low-cost international airline company to enter the Brazilian air travel market. Chilean company, Sky Airline, has asked the Brazilian aviation regulator to authorize its flights from Chile. This is the third low-cost airline to seek authorization from the Brazilian government to establish international routes into the country.

“The company has already had legal operating authorization since 2013, but never put into practice the operation of regular flights into the country. To start regular flights, operational . . .

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