Brazil, the largest county in South America, is known for the Carnival, football (soccer) and beaches. Add some Caipirinha and the Iguacu Falls and you’ve got a lovely affair with the country.

Citizens from the US and Canada visiting the country require a visa. European Union citizens do not require a visa to visit the country (for up to 90 days).

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The largest airport in Brazil is São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport (IATA: GRU), which is located in the district of Cumbica, in the city of Guarulhos in metropolitan São Paulo. It is Brazil’s busiest airport and a hub for Gol Transportes Aéreos and TAM Airlines. The airport doesn’t have an official website, but the list of airlines serving it can be found here . It receives direct flights from Europe, Middle East, North America, South America, Asia and Africa.

The second largest airport in the country is Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport (IATA: GIG). It is the main airport serving Rio de Janeiro. It doesn’t have an official website either, but a list of the airlines can be found here . It receives direct flights from South America, Europe, North America and the Caribbean.

Airlines that fly to Brazil

Brazil is a large country and there are several large airports which receives international flights. Here is a list of the most important airlines serving Brazil:

If you are interested in air travel within the country, we can help you find cheap domestic flights in Brazil.