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Low-Cost Brazilian airline Gol Linhas Aereas recently announced two new flight routes connecting Miami from Brazil in December. Of the two new routes, one will be the latest addition, and the other will be a revamp of the old, which was on halt because of the COVID pandemic.

Latest Route Addition

Beginning on 17th December, Gol Linhas Aereas Airlines will connect Manaus International Airport(MAO), the capital city of Brazil, and Miami International Airport(MIA), United States. It will have a twice-weekly frequency.

The passengers from Brazil, the state of Amazonas, will have a direct flight to Miami, United States. The Gol Linhas Aereas Airlines partnership with the American airline will boost the relationship between the two continents.

The flight will depart from Manaus International Airport(MAO) at 12:30 and land in Miami at 17:25 .And will start its return journey at 19:00 and land at Manaus International Airport at 1:55 the following day.

This flight route between Manaus International Airport(MAO), the capital city of Brazil, and Miami International Airport(MIA), United States, will benefit customers from Brazil’s northern region. It will operate through Gol Linhas Aereas Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft and accommodate 176 passengers.

Gol Linhas Aereas Airlines currently connects Miami and Orlando in the United States to Brasilia, the capital city of Brazil.

According to Bruno Balan, Gol Linhas Aereas Airlines’ strategic planning manager, this route will help passengers make a single-day journey. The connecting destinations hold an essential place from the strategic point of view.

Resumption Route

On 3rd December Gol Linhas Aereas Airlines resumed its operations to Miami from FOR( Fortaleza International Airport) with a weekly round trip. The route suspension was due to the travel restriction because of Covid 19.

The flight will operate every Saturday, taking off from Fortaleza at 11:00 and landing in Miami at 16:50. And consequently will take off from Miami at 22:50 and land back at Fortaleza at 6:55 the next day. It will be operating through Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft.

Sabine Trenk, Commercial and Operations Director Fraport Airport, stated that the resumption of this route aids in boosting the travel between both countries and will add to the range of options available to the passengers.

It will aid them in enjoying the travel between the United States and Brazil.