People at Brazilian airports will have to adapt to new rules as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. The National Agency of Civil Aviation changed airport sanitary norms, imposing a minimum two-meter distance between people, as well as the use of protective masks. In-flight service has been removed from domestic flights in order to help airlines cut costs.
Carriers are among the companies worst-affected by the pandemic. Last week, Brazil’s National Development Bank approved a bailout plan for airlines amounting to BRL 6 billion. In exchange for the money, companies pledged to direct the funds toward their Brazilian operations, not to financial creditors.Support this coverage →