Brazilian airlines resume in-flight service

The Brazilian airlines celebrate another step towards "normalcy" of flights, seeing demand for travel increase post-pandemic.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Starting next Sunday, May 22, Brazilian airlines will be able to resume traditional in-flight services during flights. Since December 2020, food on domestic trips has been suspended by the determination of Anvisa (Brazil's National Health Surveillance Agency) due to the covid-19 pandemic. Until now, airlines could serve only water during flights - and at customers' request.

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