With U.S. borders reopening on Monday, the 8th, American cities are becoming more and more popular with international destinations by Brazilians later this year. Ladam Airlines, one of the airlines flying on the Brazil-US route, predicts this month that 85% of flights to the US will be occupied. This Monday, long queues were booked throughout the day at American Airlines counters at Guarulhos International Airport. Officials said demand for flights to the U.S. had increased as news broke that the U.S. border would reopen.
According to the Brazilian Association of Travel Agencies (Above), New York and Orlando are leading the way in Christmas and New Year’s Eve travel packages. According to the association, most travelers go on family vacations. However, Above does not have statistics on the number of Brazilians who will have to travel to the United States in the coming months.
However, union president Magda Nasser said demand for the United States has increased fivefold since it was announced it would reopen. Until then, cities in Cancun, Dubai and Portugal and Spain were the most preferred destinations.
Andrea Motta, 60, of Minas Gerais, was one of the Brazilians who applied for a plane ticket to the United States when it was announced that it would reopen in mid-October. She plans to travel with her husband later this November to spend two months with her daughter, son-in-law and grandchildren in Austin, Texas. “As soon as we found out about the re-opening date, we bought the ticket.”
Andrea’s daughter, Fernanda Funo, 34, has lived in the United States for five years. Before infection, it is common for the two to see each other every three months. The longest period of their separation since Fernando was born was six months. It has now been a year and four months since the two met.
Andrea last saw her third grandchild when she visited the United States in April last year. She spent two months in that country and was there when the borders closed. “My grandson, now 1 year and 6 months old, did not know me physically because he was a baby. My eldest grandson, 8 years old, is very eager to see me,” Andrea said.
Thousands of Brazilians are expected to make Minas Xerox in the coming months. According to the US Embassy in Brazil, there are no dates until 2022 on the calendar of visas for visa issuance or renewal. Interviews that were paralyzed due to a corona virus infection were resumed on Monday.
Oh Condition The embassy was not immediately available for comment. This is an immeasurable number, according to companies that provide consulting services to clients who are comfortable obtaining visas. Guilherme Carvalho, consultant for S2 Vistos, said: “Before the outbreak, the embassy in Sவோo Paulo served 3,000 people a day.
Second goal, behind Argentina
In 2019, 2.1 million Brazilians went to the United States, according to a report by the U.S. Department of National Tourism and Tourism. It is the second most sought after destination in Brazil, next to Argentina.
Children under the age of 18 are exempt from the vaccine requirement, but persons between the ages of 2 and 17, if fully vaccinated, must provide a negative result of the cov test conducted within three days of the trip. If the person travels alone or with unvaccinated adults, the test should be performed the day before departure. Children under the age of 18 do not need to be isolated when they come to the United States. / Collaborative Daniel Dixiera
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