RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Following the relaxations in air transportation and the reopening of the entry of foreigners and tourists into the country, the Ministry of Transportation, headed by Alexis Guerrera, recorded that the first week of November will see the arrival of 217 flights.
This figure was well above the 24 flights per week of the first week of July when more significant restrictions on the sector were in force. There are currently 22 airlines flying direct connections to 16 countries, including hubs.
Following the administrative decision published on November 1 in the Official Gazette with the reopening of . . .