Brazil Flights

Brazil

Most flights from the UK head for Sao Paolo and Rio de Janeiro. Large-scale improvements are underway for the influx of visitors for the World Cup in 2014 and the Olympic in 2016. These will significantly improve the quality of terminals and the provision of shops and restaurants. Flight options from the UK are likely to improve ahead of upcoming international sporting events. The lowest fares are frequently found with British Airways, KLM, Lufthansa, Swiss Air, TAM, Iberia, Air France and Emirates. The best deal is usually found from major UK airports like Heathrow, Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow International. Flights from regional airports will be a little more expensive. The cheapest option may be an indirect flight.

Rio de Janeiro Airport (GIG)

Galeao International is one of the busiest airports in Brazil. The airport is 20km north of the city centre. There are hotels next to the airport terminal. Airport shuttle bus services run to the major hotels and beaches. There is also a cheaper public bus service to the city centre. Journey time is about 45 minutes.

Website: .www.aeroportogaleao.net

Sao Paolo Airport (GRU)

Sao Paolo-Guarulhos International Airport is one of the busiest airports in Brazil. The airport opened in 1980 to replace the old Sao Paolo-Congonhas Airport. Work began on a third terminal and a third runway in 2010. Further improvements are planned for the World Cup in 2014 and the Olympics in 2016. The airport is 23km north east of the city centre. Airport bus services head for key city centre locations and the main hotel district

The best deal is usually found from major UK airports like Heathrow, Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow International. Flights from regional airports will be a little more expensive.

Website: www.aeroportoguarulhos.net

 

Rio de Janeiro Sao Paulo

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