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More than 718 thousand foreigners already have tickets for the summer in Brazil

The Brazilian Agency for International Tourism Promotion (Embratur) reported this Friday (28) that more than 718,000 air tickets to Brazil have already been purchased in foreign countries for the period between December 2022 and March 2023.

The survey is from Embratur’s Marketing and Competitive Intelligence Management with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) until the second half of October 2022.

The agency’s expectation is that the volume will still grow, since about 54% of international tickets to Brazil are purchased less than two months in advance. “Summer in Brazil is, without a doubt, the moment most requested by foreign tourists and, in 2022/23, they will return to the country in force”highlighted the agency, in a note.

Embratur also released data from ForwardKeys, a travel company partner of the World Travel and Tourism Council, on the recovery of international tourism in Brazil after the Covid-19 pandemic. “According to the survey, considering the tickets purchased to Brazil until the beginning of October, the numbers for 2022 are only 5.3% lower than those registered in 2019. [antes da pandemia] ”reported.

According to the agency, with information from the Federal Police, in the first nine months of the year alone, around 1.8 million travelers from all over the world arrived in Brazil with a tourist visa or on a tourist trip. The number, according to Embratur, is more than double the number recorded in the whole of 2021, when 596,700 foreigners visited the country.

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