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Two Brazilian Airlines Cap One-Way Domestic Fare at US$ 425 for Cup

Avianca Brasil has joined Azul to become the second Brazilian airline to promise to ...

Brazil’s TAM and Gol Sell Air Tickets to Be Paid in 48 Months

Brazil's Gol and TAM airlines, which between them account for close to 90% of ...

Brazil’s Gol and American Offer Joint Frequent Flyer Program Plus Code Share

US-based American Airlines, which offers more flights to Brazil than any other US airline, ...

Brazil Airlines in a Spin: US$ 684 Million in Losses

Regular Brazilian airlines incurred losses of 1.27 billion reais (US$ 684.4 million) in 2007. ...

Brazil Deregulates Air Fares to South America

As of this Monday, September 1st, the Brazilian government will no longer regulate air ...

Brazilian Airline TAM Now Flies Daily Non-Stop Rio-Miami

Beginning September 19, Brazilian airline TAM will start a new daily direct flight linking ...

Brazilian Airlines Grow International Flights by 40%

There was a 40% increase in the number of passengers transported on international routes ...

Buy from Brazil’s Varig, Fly American Airlines. And Vice Versa

Varig, the former leading Brazilian airline, which is now a subsidiary of Gol Linhas ...

Brazilian Airlines Tam and Gol Have Credit Rating Downgraded

Concerned with the challenges facing the airline industry. Fitch Ratings downgraded, this Friday, June ...