01/07/2016 07h36 - Updated 1/07/2016 16h37

Government of Amazonas can resume flights benefiting from Manaus

From this Friday, Azul Airlines starts operating a new flight connecting Manaus to Fortaleza.
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After intensive cooperation with airlines, in order to seek solutions to recover the flights that were taken from Manaus due to the financial crisis, the president of the State Company of Amazonas Tourism (Amazonastur), Oreni Braga, informed that, from Friday (1º), the route network serving the capital of Amazonas win the first fruit of those negotiations.

According to Oreni, from Friday, the company Blue Airlines starts operating a new flight connecting Manaus to Fortaleza. The flight has been authorized by the National Civil Aviation Agency (Anac) and will have three weekly flights. "This is the first new Blue. Others will come along that second half ", He informed the holder Amazonastur.

The flights that the airline TAM, now LATAM, He withdrew from the city return from September. On 1 September, returns the Manaus-Miami flight, no dia 2, Manaus, Rio de Janeiro and Manaus-Boa Vista. "We are looking at the TAM for the operation of flights to Rio de Janeiro and Miami is anticipated for August, due to the Olympics. Remember that these flights are essential for better access to tourists who want to know the Amazon and the Amazonians who plan to travel to these destinations ", said Oreni Braga.

The president of Amazonastur also pointed out that TAM increased frequencies Manaus and São Paulo and Manaus, Brasilia. See how was the frequency of flights: Manaus-Miami – 1 weekly frequency (I was without); Manaus-Brasilia – 19 weekly (was only 14); Manaus and São Paulo – 17 weekly (was only 14); Manaus, Rio de Janeiro – 2 weekly (I was without); Manaus-Boa Vista – 3 weekly (I was without) and Manaus, Belém – 7 weekly (was with 5).

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