Brazilian airlines not ready for World Cup, expert warns

03/3/2014 | Airport-World.com

June and July will bring a flood of travelers to Brazil for the World Cup soccer tournament and yet airlines haven't increased capacity to handle that, says aviation intelligence expert OAG. The Brazilian Civil Aviation Authority approved an additional 2,000 flights by Brazilian airlines, but the airlines haven't yet added capacity, says OAG. Some 600,000 foreign visitors are expected to travel to the World Cup.

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