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Azul and BH Airport announce flights from MG to US;  The airport has already invested BRL 100 million in renovations by 2022

Azul and BH Airport announce flights from MG to US; The airport has already invested BRL 100 million in renovations by 2022

Soon miners will be able to travel to Curacao from Belo Horizonte in the Caribbean, Fort Lauderdale and Orlando in the US. Azul announced the news of the expansion of flights in Minas Gerais in collaboration with the local government and company BH Airport, this Thursday, 26. These flights will be from Belo Horizonte Airport to Curaçao, Caribbean, Fort Lauderdale and Orlando, United States, along with the mining cities of Araxa and São João del Rey. In addition to regional contacts.

BH Airport – the only international airport in the state – is already undergoing renovation works such as the project to modernize Passenger Terminal 1. The renovation required an investment of R$ 100 million by December 2022. The modernization plan for Passenger Terminal 1, signed by the office of Fernández Arquitetos Associados, provides for the expansion of commercial areas and a review of flows and processes.

According to the company, with the joint expansion with Azul, the airport will have a weekly flight from Azul to Curaçao and three weekly flights to Fort Lauderdale in the first half of 2023, as well as twice-weekly connections from the mining capital to Araxá. .

“With these flights, Minas Gerais now has even more visibility within our network, offering customers and businesses connectivity with the highest standards of safety and operational quality of Brazilian commercial aviation,” says Fábio Campos. “We are delighted to see the locations serving Brazil and Belo Horizonte and the region win this title. We are getting close to reaching our goal of serving 200 locations in Brazil,” he added.

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Refreshment at BH Airport

In December, the company announced the first phase of work at Passenger Terminal 1. As a result, the airport now has a modern domestic boarding system, with a centralized inspection channel. Additionally, in the departure lounge, the old section of gates 3, 4, 5 and 6 has also been renovated and now resembles Passenger Terminal 2.

BH Airport’s Airport Development Manager, Gustavo Anfra, said that in addition to the renovation in the terminals, the architectural concept is also one of the highlights of the renovation, as it aims to transform the old structure into a new environment that meets current needs. Movement without misrepresentation of the original plan designed by architect Milton Ramos.

Today, the airport has 26 boarding bridges divided between passenger terminals 1 and 2. Gates 1 to 16 are all part of Passenger Terminal 1. From 17, they form Passenger Terminal 2.