EFE – La Prensa, 1/27/2015
Brazil last year was the destination for 64,904 international flights, a 30.7 percent increase over the 49,557 that went to the South American giant in 2010, the country’s public tourism promotion company, Embratur, announced Tuesday.
The country sending the largest number of flights to Brazil in 2014 was the United States, whose citizens last year had 14,573 air travel options to visit Brazilian cities, according to Embratur figures.
In the No. 2 spot on the list of countries sending flights to Brazil was Argentina, with 13,817.