LATAM flights from Brasilia to Santos Dumont Airport will be canceled from January next year.
As of January 2024, Azul will no longer offer direct flights from Brasilia to Rio de Janeiro (Santos Dumont Airport). The company will only maintain non-stop flights to São Paulo (Congonhas Airport) at the airport located in the central area of the capital of Rio de Janeiro.
LATAM has released details on how it will operate flights from Brasilia to Galeão Airport from January 2024. The airline will have 56 weekly frequencies from the Federal Capital to Rio de Janeiro. LATAM flights from Brasilia to Santos Dumont in January next year will be cancelled.
Until December this year, LATAM will have 41 weekly flights from Brasilia to Santos Dumont. Flights to Rio de Janeiro’s central airport began to be gradually reduced in October. As supply declines, the trend is toward more expensive airfare. Anyone traveling in December will pay R$726.02 for round-trip airfare. know more here.
Azul will have direct flights from 7 cities to Galeão
From January 2024, Azul will increase the number of direct flights on Galeão from 3 to 30. Currently, the company provides a non-stop connection between the terminal and Campinas. Other cities that will have non-stop flights from Azul from Galeão will be Curitiba, Porto Alegre, Belo Horizonte, Recife, Campina Grande and Guarulhos.
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