Emirates aircraft Airbus A380, lwill operate 4 daily flights Spain-Dubai Brazil 

Brazil now has more airports suitable for the Airbus A380

A flexibility in the requirements allows large aircraft to operate in 15 airports in the country. The National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC, by its acronym in Portuguese), which regulates air activity in Brazil, has approved a flexibilization in the specifications of the country’s airports. Thanks to this measure, large aircraft such as the Airbus A380 and the Boeing 747-8 will be able to operate in a greater number of Brazilian airports. The beneficiaries are category 4F aircraft, that is, whose wingspan ranges from 65 to 80 meters and whose external…

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Falklands Airlines Brazil 

Brazil could have flights to the Falkland Islands

The governments of the South American country and the United Kingdom are negotiating the proposal of a route to the archipelago. Brazil could have in the future flights to the Falkland Islands or Malvinas. At the moment the government of that country is in negotiations with its pair of the United Kingdom for the approval of a route that connects Brazil with the archipelago of the South Atlantic. The service should start before the month of October and, according to Brazilian media, it would depart from the São Paulo-Guarulhos International…

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LATAM Airlines will link São Paulo-Congonhas with Recife

The airline will operate the route five times a week from March 26, 2018. LATAM Airlines Brasil announced on December 27 the launch of a new route within Brazil. With five weekly flights it will link São Paulo, in the homonymous state, with Recife, located in the state of Pernambuco. Flights between São Paulo-Congonhas Airport (CGH) and Recife International Airport (REC) will start on March 26, 2018 and will be operated with Airbus A320 aircraft, with 174 seats in Economy Class. LATAM Airlines currently flies to Recife from the São…

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Airbus will indemnify relatives of deceased in Brazilian tragedy

Flight JJ3054 of TAM Linhas Aéreas, operated by an aircraft of the European manufacturer, suffered an accident on July 17, 2007. The largest air tragedy in Latin America took place in the city of Sao Paulo on July 17, 2007. An Airbus A320-233 aircraft with registration PR-MBK, operated flight JJ3054 belonging to TAM Linhas Aéreas, from Salgado Filho International Airport ( POA) of Porto Alegre to the Congonhas/Sao Paulo Airport (CGH). The plane landed in Sao Paulo during heavy rain at the high speed of 220 km/h, and instead of slowing down…

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