Brazilian domestic tourism should end 2021 with 16% growth, well below 2019 levels

According to the data, the demand for air passengers reached a level higher than 6 million in July, remaining at the same level in the following months. Until June, these numbers were below 5 million.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian tourism should end the year with a growth of 16% and revenues of R$130 (US$23.2) billion, 22% lower than in the pre-pandemic period, according to data from a survey conducted by the Tourism Council (CT) of the Federation of Goods, Services, and Tourism Commerce of the State of São Paulo (FecomercioSP).

As of the fourth month of the year, the segments that registered the most expressive results were air transport, with an annual high of 83.9%, and accommodation and food services, which had a rise of 61.9%.

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