We are the internet first website dedicated exclusively to provide updated information about the Brazil Airpass offered by TAM Brazilian Airlines,  GOL Airlines and TRIP Linhas Aereas.

The Brazil Airpass is ideal for travelers visiting several cities in Brazil. It must be purchased outside of Brazil in conjunction with an international airline ticket to Brazil.

The Brazil Airpass cost is often very attractive compared to the regular fares, since you can travel anywhere in Brazil for a flat price, and also important is that the baggage allowance is the same as your international ticket.

Please keep in mind that Brazil is a very large country, and that you should plan your itinerary carefully in order to minimize travel/connection time.

Start planning your trip with the Airpass… You could visit Rio de Janeiro, Iguassu Falls, Florianopolis, Salvador, Recife, Fortaleza, Manaus, Sao Paulo, Natal, Fernando de Noronha, and many more great locations.

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Azul linhas Aereas, the third largest carrier of Brazil flying to 60 destinations in Brazil has announced that by the end of March, 2013, the carrier flights should be available for sale outside of Brazil  via the GDS’s including Sabre.

Azul will also launching its own Brazil Airpass, that is a great option for those visiting several destinations in Brazil. The new product should be very similar to those being offered GOL linhas Aereas and TAM Airlines.

As soon as it is launched by the airline,  the Azul Brazil Airpass will be available for booking online at www.brol.com.

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Santiago, March 7, 2013 – LATAM Airlines Group (Santiago Stock Exchange: LAN / NYSE: LFL / Bovespa: LATM11), one of the most important airline holding groups in the world, has chosen oneworld® as the global alliance for its airlines. With this decision – announced today at a oneworld meeting held in Hong Kong – TAM Airlines will become a member of oneworld, joining LAN Airlines and 11 other member airlines.

TAM Airlines will join oneworld, the leading alliance for flights within Latin America and from the region to both the United States and Europe (three of the most demanded international destinations for LATAM Airlines Group’s passengers), and with a strong presence in the Asia/Pacific region. With its addition oneworld´s members, along with the other airlines lining up to join the alliance, will serve more than 950 airports across 160 countries, operating 13,000 daily departures. These airlines transport 480 million passengers every year through a combined fleet of over 3,300 aircraft and provide access to 550 VIP lounges across the five continents. LATAM Airlines Group’s network of destinations will increase access between South America and the world.

TAM will withdraw from Star Alliance during the second quarter of 2014, on a date to be announced later in 2013. The airline plans to officially join oneworld as soon as it leaves Star Alliance. From that date, TAM passengers will be able to accumulate kilometers/points by flying on any oneworld member airline. Until then, they will continue to receive the benefits offered by Star Alliance.

Frequent flyer passengers will retain the kilometers/points accumulated from flying with Star Alliance member airlines as well as maintain their respective frequent flyer status during and after the transition period, provided they are registered with the TAM Fidelidade program. LAN and TAM will proactively inform their passengers of any changes in the process.

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The number of passengers that used the Brazilian aviation sector surpassed 100 million users. The total of 101.345.228 users took a domestic or international flight in Brazil last year, which represents a 9.4% growth compared to the previous year. The numbers were released today by ANAC.

According to ANAC, the number includes all passengers from regular and non-regular flights, paying and non-paying passengers, including mileage tickets by all domestic and foreign carriers on all Brazilian Airports.

Of those, 9.110.134 were on international flights, and 92.244.094 were on domestic flights. ANAC is very happy to have reached the 100 million mark, declared its director Marcelo Pacheco dos Guaranys.
ANAC also disclosed that the number of complaints decreased 40% in 2012

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GOL plans for spinoff of Smiles mileage program

GOL Linhas Aereas Inteligentes announced plans to spinoff its frequent flyer division doing an IPO at Bovespa, the Sao Paulo stock exchange. The company has hired Leonel Andrade as the new company’s CEO. According to GOL’s Constantino Junior, Leonel has …

 

GOL to Join Skyteam

GOL announced recently a major investment in the company by US carrier Delta Airlines, which will own a 3% stake in the Brazilian carrier. The move is part of Delta’s effort to increase its share of the fast growing South …