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Brazil recovers in October the level of international flights prior to COVID-19

Brazil recovered in October the level of flights that it had in the same month in 2019, just before the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to data released by the state-run Brazilian tourism agency, Embratur.

In October, Brazil's international air routes accounted for 98.3 percent of that in October 2019, with a total of 4,690 flights, the highest level since the period of border closures and other restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to Embratur, the new number of international landings in Brazil last month represents an increase of 10.42 percent . . .

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