Brasília Airport announced this Monday (4), a resumption of direct travel to Cancun, Mexico, from November 12th. In addition, the capital won another weekly trip to Lisbon, Portugal. Along with Panama City, these are the only international destinations currently operated at the terminal.
In the case of Lisbon, it will be the four trips per week, instead of the three that were carried out until then. A plane from the TAP airline, with 298 seats, leaves the capital on Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays (see tables below) The trip in the opposite direction also takes place on the same days.
Direct flights to Cancún, which had been suspended since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, will resume next month, also four times a week. Take-offs take place on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
According to Inframerica, the company that manages the unit, Brasília Airport is the second busiest air terminal in Brazil. The location serves 38 Brazilian cities and is the only airport in the country with connections to all the country’s capitals.
Before the pandemic, the terminal operated 10 direct flights to nine international destinations. Due to Covid-19 and the closure of several borders, airlines suspended flights departing from the federal capital. Since then, three companies have resumed scales.
See below for international flights from Brasília Airport:
International flights operated at Brasília Airport – Photo: Inframerica / Publicity
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