Brazil is experiencing a moment of recovery in its tourism activity, which is approaching pre-pandemic levels.
It is reflected in the constant expansion of its air frequency network, infrastructure, and new investments in hotels, restaurants, and tourist routes.
According to the Brazilian Agency for International Tourism Promotion, Embratur, in August of this year, Brazil surpassed 80% of its air traffic up to March 2020.
This growth is due to new flights between the two largest Mercosur partners.
In that month, the number of international flights to the neighboring country was the highest recorded since the beginning of the pandemic . . .