Ports of Call
- Rio de Janeiro
Flights to Brazil
Flights to Brazil from the UK
There are flights to Brazil's Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek
International, Galeão Antonio Carlos Jobim International and
São Paulo-Guarulhos International from the UK. There are
direct few flights to Brazil from the UK, but connections through
Lisbon offer a wider range of choices. The flight from London takes
approximately 10 or 11 hours, depending on layovers.
Which airlines fly to Brazil?
There are British Airways flights to Brazil from Heathrow, Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow. TAM Linhas Aereas offer cheap flights to Brazil from Heathrow, while Thomson flies there from Gatwick and Manchester.
Flights to Brazil from the USA
There are direct flights to Brazil from the USA arriving at Rio de Janeiro International Airport (20km north of Rio de Janeiro) and Guarulhos International Airport (30km north-east of Sao Paulo).
Which airlines fly to Brazil from the USA?
TAM Linhas Aeras operate direct cheap flights Rio de Janeiro International Airport from Washington DC and New York, Delta flies direct from Atlanta and New York while Continental Airlines fly from Houston and New Jersey. TAM Linhas Aeras flies direct to Sao Paulo Guarulhos International Airport from New York, Washington DC and Chicago. Delta flies from New York and Los Angeles and Continental flies from New York and Houston. American Airlines offers direct flights from New York to Sao Paulo, and United Airlines has nonstop flights from New Jersey.
Airports in Brazil
The airport is situated seven miles (11km) southwest of Brasilia.
The airport is located on Governor's Island, 12 miles (20km) north of Rio de Janeiro.
The airport is located 16 miles (30km) northeast of Sao Paulo.
The airport is located 17 miles (28km) north of downtown Salvador de Bahia.