By Ben Tavener, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – A number of announcements by Brazilian airlines in past weeks have shown the industry is set for yet more expansion plans in terms of international flights, with more Brazilians visited the U.S. and Europe than ever before. TAM and GOL, Brazil’s two biggest airlines, have both revealed their intention for more international services after submitting the plans to the National Civil Aviation Agency, ANAC.
Last week, TAM was given the green light for twenty new international frequencies from Brazil: fifteen extra a week to the U.S., three . . .