Cheap Flights Open for travel Telegram bot
[We have 50 restrictions for 243 countries and regions]

Brazil travel restrictions

COVID-19 Vacc. -204.18%
Open for citizens: pcr / lft Open for foreigners: no entry Open for tourism: no entry Quarantine: none
Airlines Updates
Published on 17.05.2022, Gol:

Brazilian airline Gol COO Ferrer to take over as CEO.

Published on 12.05.2022, Gol, Avianca:

Brazil's Gol airline, Colombia's Avianca strike pan-Latin American deal.

Published on 09.05.2022, GOL:

GOL resumes international flights to between Sao Paulo Bolivia and Santa Cruz de la Sierra on 11JUL22.

Published on 29.04.2022, :

Latest News:

Published on 27.04.2022, LATAM, Gol:

LATAM Solidarity Plane brings food from Brazil to Ukraine

Published on 27.04.2022, GOL:

In agreement with VoePass, GOL inaugurated its flights between San Pablo and Uruguayana

Published on 20.04.2022, GOL:

Mercadolibre, Brazilian airline Gol announce logistics partnership.

Published on 15.04.2022, GOL:

GOL to resume world’s Boeing 737 MAX longest routes: Brasilia-Orlando from 13MAY22; Brasilia-Miami from 17MAY22.

Published on 14.04.2022, GOL:

Closing of previously announced exclusive codeshare agreement between GOL and American Airlines.

Published on 07.04.2022, LATAM, Gol:

LATAM, Gol increases baggage fees due to war in Ukraine.

Published on 17.03.2022, LATAM Brazil:

LATAM Brazil to resume São Paulo/Guarulhos-Boston route from 01JUL22; São Paulo/Guarulhos-Rome Fiumicino from 09JUL22.

Published on 28.02.2022, LATAM:

LATAM Brazil resumes routes to Europe and the US.

Published on 23.02.2022, Gol:

Brazilian regulator approves USD 200 million investment by American Airlines in Gol

Published on 09.02.2022, Azul:

Azul will continue flights Porto Alegre-Punta del Este with a frequency of two operations per week.

Published on 08.02.2022, GOL:

GOL discloses traffic figures for January 2022.

Published on 07.02.2022, Azul-LATAm:

An Azul-LATAM Merger Would Have Been Better Than Chapter 11 Plan.

Published on 03.02.2022, GOL:

GOL received 26 Boeing 737 MAX and completes DAE order.

Published on 25.01.2022, GOL:

Brazil’s GOL secures $600 million for new Boeing 737 MAX jets

Published on 19.01.2022, ITA Brazil:

Brazil: Court orders Itapemirim to settle wage dispute.

Published on 18.01.2022, ITA Brazil:

Brazil's ITA begins returning aircraft, ANAC bans restart.

Published on 10.01.2022, LATAM Brazil:

LATAM Brazil cancels flights because of high COVID cases among crews.

Published on 06.01.2022, LATAM:

LATAM Brazil Operates Its 1st International Boeing 787 Flight

Published on 24.12.2021, ITA Brazil:

Itapemirim Airlines processes USD1.4m in refunds following suspension of operations

Published on 24.12.2021, GOL:

GOL secures leasing of another 6 brand-new Boeing 737 MAX.

Published on 22.12.2021, ITA Brazil:

Brazilian start-up airline Itapemirim Transportes Aéreos (ITA) suspends operations.

Published on 14.12.2021, Gol:

Gol plans to have 44 Boeing 737 Max in 2022

Published on 03.12.2021, LATAM:

LATAM restarts São Paulo-Milan, first route it cancelled due to pandemic.

Published on 11.11.2021, LATAM:

LATAM resumes Sao Paolo- London route, from 03DEC21.

Published on 04.11.2021, Azul, LATAM:

Brazil's Azul eyeing bid for whole of LATAM Airlines, CEO says.

Published on 22.10.2021, Nella:

Brazilian airline Nella, with operations to Bolivia and Venezuela, to operate 239 aircraft with support from a Saudi fund.

Published on 23.09.2021, GOL:

Brazilian Airline Gol to Operate Commercial eVTOL Flights

Published on 23.09.2021, GOL:

Brazil's Gol hails deal to bring flying taxis to Sao Paulo

Published on 22.09.2021, GOL:

GOL To Launch Network of 250 eVTOL Aircraft in Brazil.

Published on 21.09.2021, Azul:

Azul Adds Airbus A330 Capacity To Portugal.

Published on 16.09.2021, GOL, American Airlines:

Brazilian airline Gol and AA announce an exclusive 3-year codeshare agreement.

Published on 10.09.2021, Azul:

Azul Linhas Aereas and its flights to Uruguay

Published on 18.08.2021, Azul, Emirates:

Brazil’s Azul and Emirates announce flight sharing agreement

Published on 18.08.2021, Azul, LATAM:

Azul Restates Latam Airlines Brasil Plans, Talks To Funds

Published on 18.08.2021
Brazil’s Azul and Emirates announce flight sharing agreement
Source: https://riotimesonline.com/brazil-news/rio-politics/brazils-azul-and-emirates-announce-flight-sharing-agreement/
Published on 04.08.2021
Brazil’s GOL Snaps Up An Additional 28 Boeing 737 MAX 8s
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gol-boeing-737-max-8/
Published on 18.08.2021
Brazil’s Azul and Emirates announce flight sharing agreement
Source: https://riotimesonline.com/brazil-news/rio-politics/brazils-azul-and-emirates-announce-flight-sharing-agreement/
Published on 04.08.2021
Brazil’s GOL Snaps Up An Additional 28 Boeing 737 MAX 8s
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gol-boeing-737-max-8/
Published on 18.08.2021
Brazil’s Azul and Emirates announce flight sharing agreement
Source: https://riotimesonline.com/brazil-news/rio-politics/brazils-azul-and-emirates-announce-flight-sharing-agreement/
Published on 04.08.2021
Brazil’s GOL Snaps Up An Additional 28 Boeing 737 MAX 8s
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gol-boeing-737-max-8/
Published on 18.08.2021
Brazil’s Azul and Emirates announce flight sharing agreement
Source: https://riotimesonline.com/brazil-news/rio-politics/brazils-azul-and-emirates-announce-flight-sharing-agreement/
Published on 04.08.2021
Brazil’s GOL Snaps Up An Additional 28 Boeing 737 MAX 8s
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gol-boeing-737-max-8/
Published on 18.08.2021
Brazil’s Azul and Emirates announce flight sharing agreement
Source: https://riotimesonline.com/brazil-news/rio-politics/brazils-azul-and-emirates-announce-flight-sharing-agreement/
Published on 04.08.2021
Brazil’s GOL Snaps Up An Additional 28 Boeing 737 MAX 8s
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gol-boeing-737-max-8/
Published on 18.08.2021
Brazil’s Azul and Emirates announce flight sharing agreement
Source: https://riotimesonline.com/brazil-news/rio-politics/brazils-azul-and-emirates-announce-flight-sharing-agreement/
Published on 04.08.2021
Brazil’s GOL Snaps Up An Additional 28 Boeing 737 MAX 8s
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gol-boeing-737-max-8/
Published on 18.08.2021
Brazil’s Azul and Emirates announce flight sharing agreement
Source: https://riotimesonline.com/brazil-news/rio-politics/brazils-azul-and-emirates-announce-flight-sharing-agreement/
Published on 04.08.2021
Brazil’s GOL Snaps Up An Additional 28 Boeing 737 MAX 8s
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gol-boeing-737-max-8/
Published on 18.08.2021
Brazil’s Azul and Emirates announce flight sharing agreement
Source: https://riotimesonline.com/brazil-news/rio-politics/brazils-azul-and-emirates-announce-flight-sharing-agreement/
Published on 04.08.2021
Brazil’s GOL Snaps Up An Additional 28 Boeing 737 MAX 8s
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gol-boeing-737-max-8/
Published on 18.08.2021
Brazil’s Azul and Emirates announce flight sharing agreement
Source: https://riotimesonline.com/brazil-news/rio-politics/brazils-azul-and-emirates-announce-flight-sharing-agreement/
Published on 04.08.2021
Brazil’s GOL Snaps Up An Additional 28 Boeing 737 MAX 8s
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gol-boeing-737-max-8/
Published on 18.08.2021
Brazil’s Azul and Emirates announce flight sharing agreement
Source: https://riotimesonline.com/brazil-news/rio-politics/brazils-azul-and-emirates-announce-flight-sharing-agreement/
Published on 04.08.2021
Brazil’s GOL Snaps Up An Additional 28 Boeing 737 MAX 8s
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gol-boeing-737-max-8/
Published on 29.06.2021
Brazilian Startup ITA Operates First Flights Despite Cancelations
Source: https://simpleflying.com/brazil-startup-ita-first-flight/
Published on 04.06.2021
Latest News:
Source:
Published on 29.06.2021
Brazilian Startup ITA Operates First Flights Despite Cancelations
Source: https://simpleflying.com/brazil-startup-ita-first-flight/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 29.06.2021
Brazilian Startup ITA Operates First Flights Despite Cancelations
Source: https://simpleflying.com/brazil-startup-ita-first-flight/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 29.06.2021
Brazilian Startup ITA Operates First Flights Despite Cancelations
Source: https://simpleflying.com/brazil-startup-ita-first-flight/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 29.06.2021
Brazilian Startup ITA Operates First Flights Despite Cancelations
Source: https://simpleflying.com/brazil-startup-ita-first-flight/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 29.06.2021
Brazilian Startup ITA Operates First Flights Despite Cancelations
Source: https://simpleflying.com/brazil-startup-ita-first-flight/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 29.06.2021
Brazilian Startup ITA Operates First Flights Despite Cancelations
Source: https://simpleflying.com/brazil-startup-ita-first-flight/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 29.06.2021
Brazilian Startup ITA Operates First Flights Despite Cancelations
Source: https://simpleflying.com/brazil-startup-ita-first-flight/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 29.06.2021
Brazilian Startup ITA Operates First Flights Despite Cancelations
Source: https://simpleflying.com/brazil-startup-ita-first-flight/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 29.06.2021
Brazilian Startup ITA Operates First Flights Despite Cancelations
Source: https://simpleflying.com/brazil-startup-ita-first-flight/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 29.06.2021
Brazilian Startup ITA Operates First Flights Despite Cancelations
Source: https://simpleflying.com/brazil-startup-ita-first-flight/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 29.06.2021
Brazilian Startup ITA Operates First Flights Despite Cancelations
Source: https://simpleflying.com/brazil-startup-ita-first-flight/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 29.06.2021
Brazilian Startup ITA Operates First Flights Despite Cancelations
Source: https://simpleflying.com/brazil-startup-ita-first-flight/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 29.06.2021
Brazilian Startup ITA Operates First Flights Despite Cancelations
Source: https://simpleflying.com/brazil-startup-ita-first-flight/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 29.06.2021
Brazilian Startup ITA Operates First Flights Despite Cancelations
Source: https://simpleflying.com/brazil-startup-ita-first-flight/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 29.06.2021
Brazilian Startup ITA Operates First Flights Despite Cancelations
Source: https://simpleflying.com/brazil-startup-ita-first-flight/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 29.06.2021
Brazilian Startup ITA Operates First Flights Despite Cancelations
Source: https://simpleflying.com/brazil-startup-ita-first-flight/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 27.05.2021
Azul looking to buy bankrupt LATAM Airlines’ Brazil operation, source says
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/azul-looking-buy-bankrupt-latam-airlines-brazil-operation-source-says-2021-05-26/
Published on 26.05.2021
New Brazilian Airline To Launch Service in JUN21.
Source: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2021-05-25/new-brazilian-airline-launch-service-june
Published on 25.05.2021
Azul ends its codeshare agreement with LATAM, will pursue merger opportunities
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/25/azul-ends-its-codeshare-agreement-with-latam-will-pursue-merger-opportunities/
Published on 10.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil will resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 4 June, will increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-May
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 27.05.2021
Azul looking to buy bankrupt LATAM Airlines’ Brazil operation, source says
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/azul-looking-buy-bankrupt-latam-airlines-brazil-operation-source-says-2021-05-26/
Published on 26.05.2021
New Brazilian Airline To Launch Service in JUN21.
Source: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2021-05-25/new-brazilian-airline-launch-service-june
Published on 25.05.2021
Azul ends its codeshare agreement with LATAM, will pursue merger opportunities
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/25/azul-ends-its-codeshare-agreement-with-latam-will-pursue-merger-opportunities/
Published on 10.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil will resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 4 June, will increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-May
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 27.05.2021
Azul looking to buy bankrupt LATAM Airlines’ Brazil operation, source says
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/azul-looking-buy-bankrupt-latam-airlines-brazil-operation-source-says-2021-05-26/
Published on 26.05.2021
New Brazilian Airline To Launch Service in JUN21.
Source: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2021-05-25/new-brazilian-airline-launch-service-june
Published on 25.05.2021
Azul ends its codeshare agreement with LATAM, will pursue merger opportunities
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/25/azul-ends-its-codeshare-agreement-with-latam-will-pursue-merger-opportunities/
Published on 10.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil will resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 4 June, will increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-May
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 27.05.2021
Azul looking to buy bankrupt LATAM Airlines’ Brazil operation, source says
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/azul-looking-buy-bankrupt-latam-airlines-brazil-operation-source-says-2021-05-26/
Published on 26.05.2021
New Brazilian Airline To Launch Service in JUN21.
Source: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2021-05-25/new-brazilian-airline-launch-service-june
Published on 25.05.2021
Azul ends its codeshare agreement with LATAM, will pursue merger opportunities
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/25/azul-ends-its-codeshare-agreement-with-latam-will-pursue-merger-opportunities/
Published on 10.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil will resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 4 June, will increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-May
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 27.05.2021
Azul looking to buy bankrupt LATAM Airlines’ Brazil operation, source says
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/azul-looking-buy-bankrupt-latam-airlines-brazil-operation-source-says-2021-05-26/
Published on 26.05.2021
New Brazilian Airline To Launch Service in JUN21.
Source: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2021-05-25/new-brazilian-airline-launch-service-june
Published on 25.05.2021
Azul ends its codeshare agreement with LATAM, will pursue merger opportunities
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/25/azul-ends-its-codeshare-agreement-with-latam-will-pursue-merger-opportunities/
Published on 10.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil will resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 4 June, will increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-May
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 27.05.2021
Azul looking to buy bankrupt LATAM Airlines’ Brazil operation, source says
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/azul-looking-buy-bankrupt-latam-airlines-brazil-operation-source-says-2021-05-26/
Published on 26.05.2021
New Brazilian Airline To Launch Service in JUN21.
Source: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2021-05-25/new-brazilian-airline-launch-service-june
Published on 25.05.2021
Azul ends its codeshare agreement with LATAM, will pursue merger opportunities
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/25/azul-ends-its-codeshare-agreement-with-latam-will-pursue-merger-opportunities/
Published on 10.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil will resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 4 June, will increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-May
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 27.05.2021
Azul looking to buy bankrupt LATAM Airlines’ Brazil operation, source says
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/azul-looking-buy-bankrupt-latam-airlines-brazil-operation-source-says-2021-05-26/
Published on 26.05.2021
New Brazilian Airline To Launch Service in JUN21.
Source: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2021-05-25/new-brazilian-airline-launch-service-june
Published on 25.05.2021
Azul ends its codeshare agreement with LATAM, will pursue merger opportunities
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/25/azul-ends-its-codeshare-agreement-with-latam-will-pursue-merger-opportunities/
Published on 10.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil will resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 4 June, will increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-May
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 27.05.2021
Azul looking to buy bankrupt LATAM Airlines’ Brazil operation, source says
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/azul-looking-buy-bankrupt-latam-airlines-brazil-operation-source-says-2021-05-26/
Published on 26.05.2021
New Brazilian Airline To Launch Service in JUN21.
Source: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2021-05-25/new-brazilian-airline-launch-service-june
Published on 25.05.2021
Azul ends its codeshare agreement with LATAM, will pursue merger opportunities
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/25/azul-ends-its-codeshare-agreement-with-latam-will-pursue-merger-opportunities/
Published on 10.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil will resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 4 June, will increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-May
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 27.05.2021
Azul looking to buy bankrupt LATAM Airlines’ Brazil operation, source says
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/azul-looking-buy-bankrupt-latam-airlines-brazil-operation-source-says-2021-05-26/
Published on 26.05.2021
New Brazilian Airline To Launch Service in JUN21.
Source: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2021-05-25/new-brazilian-airline-launch-service-june
Published on 25.05.2021
Azul ends its codeshare agreement with LATAM, will pursue merger opportunities
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/25/azul-ends-its-codeshare-agreement-with-latam-will-pursue-merger-opportunities/
Published on 10.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil will resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 4 June, will increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-May
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 27.05.2021
Azul looking to buy bankrupt LATAM Airlines’ Brazil operation, source says
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/azul-looking-buy-bankrupt-latam-airlines-brazil-operation-source-says-2021-05-26/
Published on 26.05.2021
New Brazilian Airline To Launch Service in JUN21.
Source: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2021-05-25/new-brazilian-airline-launch-service-june
Published on 25.05.2021
Azul ends its codeshare agreement with LATAM, will pursue merger opportunities
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/25/azul-ends-its-codeshare-agreement-with-latam-will-pursue-merger-opportunities/
Published on 10.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil will resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 4 June, will increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-May
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 27.05.2021
Azul looking to buy bankrupt LATAM Airlines’ Brazil operation, source says
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/azul-looking-buy-bankrupt-latam-airlines-brazil-operation-source-says-2021-05-26/
Published on 26.05.2021
New Brazilian Airline To Launch Service in JUN21.
Source: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2021-05-25/new-brazilian-airline-launch-service-june
Published on 25.05.2021
Azul ends its codeshare agreement with LATAM, will pursue merger opportunities
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/25/azul-ends-its-codeshare-agreement-with-latam-will-pursue-merger-opportunities/
Published on 10.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil will resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 4 June, will increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-May
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 27.05.2021
Azul looking to buy bankrupt LATAM Airlines’ Brazil operation, source says
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/azul-looking-buy-bankrupt-latam-airlines-brazil-operation-source-says-2021-05-26/
Published on 26.05.2021
New Brazilian Airline To Launch Service in JUN21.
Source: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2021-05-25/new-brazilian-airline-launch-service-june
Published on 25.05.2021
Azul ends its codeshare agreement with LATAM, will pursue merger opportunities
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/25/azul-ends-its-codeshare-agreement-with-latam-will-pursue-merger-opportunities/
Published on 10.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil will resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 4 June, will increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-May
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 27.05.2021
Azul looking to buy bankrupt LATAM Airlines’ Brazil operation, source says
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/azul-looking-buy-bankrupt-latam-airlines-brazil-operation-source-says-2021-05-26/
Published on 26.05.2021
New Brazilian Airline To Launch Service in JUN21.
Source: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2021-05-25/new-brazilian-airline-launch-service-june
Published on 25.05.2021
Azul ends its codeshare agreement with LATAM, will pursue merger opportunities
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/25/azul-ends-its-codeshare-agreement-with-latam-will-pursue-merger-opportunities/
Published on 10.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil will resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 4 June, will increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-May
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/
Published on 15.06.2021
LAM Mozambique to dispose of remaining Embraers
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104654-lam-mozambique-to-dispose-of-remaining-embraers
Published on 27.05.2021
Azul looking to buy bankrupt LATAM Airlines’ Brazil operation, source says
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/azul-looking-buy-bankrupt-latam-airlines-brazil-operation-source-says-2021-05-26/
Published on 26.05.2021
New Brazilian Airline To Launch Service in JUN21.
Source: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2021-05-25/new-brazilian-airline-launch-service-june
Published on 25.05.2021
Azul ends its codeshare agreement with LATAM, will pursue merger opportunities
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/25/azul-ends-its-codeshare-agreement-with-latam-will-pursue-merger-opportunities/
Published on 10.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil will resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 4 June, will increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-May
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/
Published on 27.05.2021
Azul looking to buy bankrupt LATAM Airlines’ Brazil operation, source says
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/azul-looking-buy-bankrupt-latam-airlines-brazil-operation-source-says-2021-05-26/
Published on 26.05.2021
New Brazilian Airline To Launch Service in JUN21.
Source: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2021-05-25/new-brazilian-airline-launch-service-june
Published on 25.05.2021
Azul ends its codeshare agreement with LATAM, will pursue merger opportunities
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/25/azul-ends-its-codeshare-agreement-with-latam-will-pursue-merger-opportunities/
Published on 10.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil will resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 4 June, will increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-May
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/
Published on 27.05.2021
Azul looking to buy bankrupt LATAM Airlines’ Brazil operation, source says
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/azul-looking-buy-bankrupt-latam-airlines-brazil-operation-source-says-2021-05-26/
Published on 26.05.2021
New Brazilian Airline To Launch Service in JUN21.
Source: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2021-05-25/new-brazilian-airline-launch-service-june
Published on 25.05.2021
Azul ends its codeshare agreement with LATAM, will pursue merger opportunities
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/25/azul-ends-its-codeshare-agreement-with-latam-will-pursue-merger-opportunities/
Published on 10.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil will resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 4 June, will increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-May
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/
Published on 27.05.2021
Azul looking to buy bankrupt LATAM Airlines’ Brazil operation, source says
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/azul-looking-buy-bankrupt-latam-airlines-brazil-operation-source-says-2021-05-26/
Published on 26.05.2021
New Brazilian Airline To Launch Service in JUN21.
Source: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2021-05-25/new-brazilian-airline-launch-service-june
Published on 25.05.2021
Azul ends its codeshare agreement with LATAM, will pursue merger opportunities
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/25/azul-ends-its-codeshare-agreement-with-latam-will-pursue-merger-opportunities/
Published on 10.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil will resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 4 June, will increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-May
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/
Published on 27.05.2021
Azul looking to buy bankrupt LATAM Airlines’ Brazil operation, source says
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/azul-looking-buy-bankrupt-latam-airlines-brazil-operation-source-says-2021-05-26/
Published on 26.05.2021
New Brazilian Airline To Launch Service in JUN21.
Source: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2021-05-25/new-brazilian-airline-launch-service-june
Published on 25.05.2021
Azul ends its codeshare agreement with LATAM, will pursue merger opportunities
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/25/azul-ends-its-codeshare-agreement-with-latam-will-pursue-merger-opportunities/
Published on 10.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil will resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 4 June, will increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-May
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/
Published on 27.05.2021
Azul looking to buy bankrupt LATAM Airlines’ Brazil operation, source says
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/azul-looking-buy-bankrupt-latam-airlines-brazil-operation-source-says-2021-05-26/
Published on 26.05.2021
New Brazilian Airline To Launch Service in JUN21.
Source: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2021-05-25/new-brazilian-airline-launch-service-june
Published on 25.05.2021
Azul ends its codeshare agreement with LATAM, will pursue merger opportunities
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/25/azul-ends-its-codeshare-agreement-with-latam-will-pursue-merger-opportunities/
Published on 10.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil will resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 4 June, will increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-May
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/
Published on 27.05.2021
Azul looking to buy bankrupt LATAM Airlines’ Brazil operation, source says
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/azul-looking-buy-bankrupt-latam-airlines-brazil-operation-source-says-2021-05-26/
Published on 26.05.2021
New Brazilian Airline To Launch Service in JUN21.
Source: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2021-05-25/new-brazilian-airline-launch-service-june
Published on 25.05.2021
Azul ends its codeshare agreement with LATAM, will pursue merger opportunities
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/25/azul-ends-its-codeshare-agreement-with-latam-will-pursue-merger-opportunities/
Published on 10.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil will resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 4 June, will increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-May
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/
Published on 27.05.2021
Azul looking to buy bankrupt LATAM Airlines’ Brazil operation, source says
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/azul-looking-buy-bankrupt-latam-airlines-brazil-operation-source-says-2021-05-26/
Published on 26.05.2021
New Brazilian Airline To Launch Service in JUN21.
Source: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2021-05-25/new-brazilian-airline-launch-service-june
Published on 25.05.2021
Azul ends its codeshare agreement with LATAM, will pursue merger opportunities
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/25/azul-ends-its-codeshare-agreement-with-latam-will-pursue-merger-opportunities/
Published on 10.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil will resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 4 June, will increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-May
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/
Published on 27.05.2021
Azul looking to buy bankrupt LATAM Airlines’ Brazil operation, source says
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/azul-looking-buy-bankrupt-latam-airlines-brazil-operation-source-says-2021-05-26/
Published on 26.05.2021
New Brazilian Airline To Launch Service in JUN21.
Source: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2021-05-25/new-brazilian-airline-launch-service-june
Published on 25.05.2021
Azul ends its codeshare agreement with LATAM, will pursue merger opportunities
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/25/azul-ends-its-codeshare-agreement-with-latam-will-pursue-merger-opportunities/
Published on 10.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil will resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 4 June, will increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-May
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/

Published on 11.11.2020
GOL Airlines international flights to remain suspended until March 2021

15.10.2020 Brasilian carrier GOL has further revised planned service resumption for International service. Latest adjustment sees service delayed to 19DEC20, instead of mid-October 2020. For the month of December, planned operation as of 12OCT20 as follows.

Additional changes remain highly possible.

Sao Paulo Guarulhos – Buenos Aires Ezeiza eff 19DEC20 4 weekly
Sao Paulo Guarulhos – Montevideo eff 19DEC20 3 weekly

Published on 13.10.2020
GOL delays International resumption to Dec 2020

Published on 06.10.2020
LATAM Brasil expands Boeing 777 domestic network in NW20

10.09.2020 LATAM Brasil
Sao Paulo Guarulhos – Frankfurt 2 weekly A350-900XWB
Sao Paulo Guarulhos – Lima eff 15SEP20 10 weekly A320/767/777
Sao Paulo Guarulhos – Lisbon 3 weekly 767
Sao Paulo Guarulhos – London Heathrow 3 weekly 777-300ER
Sao Paulo Guarulhos – Madrid 2 weekly A350-900XWB (3 weekly from 18SEP20)
Sao Paulo Guarulhos – Miami 2 weekly 777-300ER (4 weekly from 14SEP20)
Sao Paulo Guarulhos – Montevideo 1 weekly A320

Published on 09.09.2020
LATAM Airlines Group Sep 2020 International operations as of 06SEP20

27.07.2020 LATAM Airlines Group in the last few days continue to adjust planned International operation, for the month of August 2020. As of 26JUL20, planned operation as follows. Various travel restrictions continue to impact the airline’s planned operation.

LATAM Brasil
Sao Paulo Guarulhos – Cordoba – Mount Pleasant 767-300ER operates on 12AUG20 (Inbound on 19AUG20)
Sao Paulo Guarulhos – Frankfurt 3 weekly A350-900XWB
Sao Paulo Guarulhos – Lima 1 daily A320
Sao Paulo Guarulhos – Lisbon 3 weekly 767
Sao Paulo Guarulhos – London Heathrow 3 weekly 777-300ER
Sao Paulo Guarulhos – Madrid 2 weekly A350-900XWB
Sao Paulo Guarulhos – Miami 4 weekly 777-300ER
Sao Paulo Guarulhos – Montevideo 3 weekly A320

Brazilian carrier GOL in recent schedule update filed preliminary International service, when the airline resumes International service as early as 01SEP20. As of 24JUL20, planned operation for the period of 01SEP20 – 24OCT20 as follows. Additional changes remain likely in the next few weeks.

Rio de Janeiro Galeao – Buenos Aires Ezeiza eff 02OCT20 4 weekly
Rio de Janeiro Galeao – Cordoba eff 02OCT20 4 weekly
Rio de Janeiro Galeao – Rosario eff 02OCT20 4 weekly 737-800
Sao Paulo Guarulhos – Asuncion eff 02OCT20 4 weekly
Sao Paulo Guarulhos – Buenos Aires Ezeiza eff 01SEP20 2 daily
Sao Paulo Guarulhos – Lima eff 04SEP20 4 weekly
Sao Paulo Guarulhos – Montevideo eff 02SEP20 4 weekly
Sao Paulo Guarulhos – Santa Cruz eff 02OCT20 3 weekly
Sao Paulo Guarulhos – Santiago de Chile eff 04SEP20 3 weekly

Brazilian carrier Azul in the 3rd quarter of 2020 continues to operate limited International operation, due to ongoing restrictions. For August and September, planned International operation as follows. Additional changes, including last-minute adjustment, remains highly possible.

Sao Paulo Viracopos/Campinas – Fort Lauderdale 3 weekly A330-200/-900neo
Sao Paulo Viracopos/Campinas – Lisbon 2 weekly A330-900neo

More from LATAM Airlines
Published on 10.07.2020
LATAM Brazil Joins Sister Airlines In Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

25.06.2020
LATAM Airlines
Group on Tuesday (23JUN20) announced cancellation of selected domestic and regional routes, effective immediately. Affected routes as follows.

LATAM Airlines Argentina
Due to the cessation of service announced last week, LATAM Argentina will not resume service on 01SEP20:
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Comodoro Riadavia
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Cordoba
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Iguazu
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Mendoza
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Neuquen
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Rio Gallegos
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Salta
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – San Carlos Bariloche
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Tucuman
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Ushuaia
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Iguazu
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Miami
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – San Carlos Bariloche
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Ushuaia
Cordoba – Mount Pleasant
Rio Gallegos – Mount Pleasant
Rio Gallegos – Punta Arenas

LATAM Airlines Brasil (Affected routes previously scheduled to resume on 01AUG20)
Belem – Macapa
Brasilia – Foz do Iguacu
Curitiba – Foz do Iguacu
Rio de Janeiro Santos Dumont – Foz do Iguacu (Previously scheduled to resume on 25OCT20)
Rio de Janeiro Santos Dumont – Goiania
Sao Luiz – Imperatriz

LATAM Airlines Chile
Iquique – Salta (Previously scheduled to resume on 02JAN21)
Santiago de Chile – Curitiba (Previously scheduled to resume 03AUG20)
Santiago de Chile – Puerto Natales (Previously scheduled to resume on 15NOV20)
Santiago de Chile – Quito (Previously scheduled to commence 02AUG20)

LATAM Airlines Paraguay (Affected route previously scheduled to resume on 01AUG20)
Asuncion – Brasilia

LATAM Airlines Peru (Affected routes previously scheduled to resume on 01AUG20)
Cuzco – Iquitos
Cuzco – Pisco
Cuzco – Trujillo
Published on 23.06.2020
LATAM Brasil July 2020 International operations as of 23JUN20

Published on 26.05.2020
LATAM Airlines Brasil Long-Haul operations as of 25MAY20, eff. JUN-OCT20

Full Restrictions
Open for travel from Brazil
Crossing Rules

Entry restrictions
Passengers entering or transiting through Brazil must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) RT-PCR test result. The test must have been taken at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point. The certificate must be in English, Portuguese or Spanish.
– This does not apply to passengers younger than 2 years.
– This does not apply to passengers younger than 12 years and traveling accompanied by a companion. The companion must have a negative RT-PCR test result.

Passengers and airline crew must complete a Traveler’s Health Declaration form before departure and present it upon arrival. The form can be found at https://formulario.anvisa.gov.br/ .

Entry restrictions for passengers who arrive from or during last 14 days have been in South Africa, United Kingdom
Passengers arriving from South Africa or United Kingdom are not allowed to enter or transit through Brazil.
– This does not apply to spouses, partners, children, parents or guardians of a national of Brazil.

Passengers who in the past 14 days have been in or transited through South Africa or United Kingdom are not allowed to enter or transit through Brazil.
– This does not apply to spouses, partners, children, parents or guardians of a national of Brazil.

Flights from/to South Africa, United Kingdom are suspended

Forced isolation for passengers who arrive from or during last 14 days have been in South Africa, United Kingdom
Spouses, partners, children, parents or guardians of a national of Brazil who have been in or transited through South Africa or United Kingdom in the past 14 days are subject to quarantine for 14 days.

Read more
Flight Restrictions
Published on 21.12.2021

1. Passengers who in the past 14 days have been in Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe are not allowed to enter. - This does not apply to nationals and
residents of Brazil.

2. Passengers must have a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before departure from the first embarkation point. The
certificate must be in English, Portuguese or Spanish. - This does not apply to: - nationals and residents of Brazil; - passengers younger than 12 years; - passengers with a letter
issued by a doctor proving that the passenger is medically unable to receive the vaccine. The letter must be in English, Portuguese or Spanish.

3. Passengers entering or transiting through Brazil must have: - a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test taken at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point; or - a
negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 24 hours before departure from the first embarkation point. The test result must be in English, Portuguese or Spanish. - This does not
apply to: - passengers younger than 2 years; - passengers younger than 12 years and traveling accompanied by a companion. The companion must have a negative antigen or RT-PCR test
result; - passengers with two positive COVID-19 RT-PCR tests. The tests must be taken at least 14 days apart and the second test at most 72 hours before departure; and - a negative
or non-detectable COVID-19 antigen test taken after the last positive COVID-19 RT-PCR test; and - a COVID-19 recovery certificate in English, Portuguese or Spanish showing that
they are asymptomatic and fit to fly. The certificate must show the travel date.

4. Nationals and residents of Brazil without a COVID-19 vaccination certificate who departed Brazil after 14 December 2021, are subject to quarantine for 14 days.

5. Passengers and airline crew must complete a "Traveler's Health Declaration" form at most 24 hours before departure from the first embarkation point and present it upon arrival.
The form can be found at https://formulario.anvisa.gov.br/

6. Airline crew are subject to quarantine in a hotel room until their next flight. - This does not apply to airline crew with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they
were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before departure from the first embarkation point.

Published on 17.12.2021

1. Passengers who in the past 14 days have been in Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe are not allowed to enter. - This does not apply to nationals and
residents of Brazil.

2. Passengers and airline crew entering or transiting through Brazil must have a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before
departure from the first embarkation point. The certificate must be in English, Portuguese or Spanish. - This does not apply to: - nationals and residents of Brazil; - passengers
younger than 12 years; - passengers with a letter issued by a doctor proving that the passenger is medically unable to receive the vaccine. The letter must be in English,
Portuguese or Spanish.

3. Passengers entering or transiting through Brazil must have: - a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test taken at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point; or - a
negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 24 hours before departure from the first embarkation point. The test result must be in English, Portuguese or Spanish. - This does not
apply to: - passengers younger than 2 years; - passengers younger than 12 years and traveling accompanied by a companion. The companion must have a negative antigen or RT-PCR test
result; - passengers with two positive COVID-19 RT-PCR tests. The tests must be taken at least 14 days apart and the second test at most 72 hours before departure; and - a negative
or non-detectable COVID-19 antigen test taken after the last positive COVID-19 RT-PCR test; and - a COVID-19 recovery certificate in English, Portuguese or Spanish showing that
they are asymptomatic and fit to fly. The certificate must show the travel date.

4. Nationals and residents of Brazil without a COVID-19 vaccination certificate are subject to quarantine for 5 days.

5. Passengers and airline crew must complete a "Traveler's Health Declaration" form at most 24 hours before departure from the first embarkation point and present it upon arrival.
The form can be found at https://formulario.anvisa.gov.br/

6. Airline crew are subject to quarantine in a hotel room until their next flight. - This does not apply to airline crew with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they
were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before departure from the first embarkation point.

Published on 15.12.2021

1. Passengers who in the past 14 days have been in Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe are not allowed to enter. - This does not apply to nationals and
residents of Brazil.

2. Passengers entering or transiting through Brazil must have: - a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test taken at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point; or - a
negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 24 hours before departure from the first embarkation point. The test result must be in English, Portuguese or Spanish. - This does not
apply to: - passengers younger than 2 years; - passengers younger than 12 years and traveling accompanied by a companion. The companion must have a negative antigen or RT-PCR test
result; - passengers with two positive COVID-19 RT-PCR tests. The tests must be taken at least 14 days apart and the second test at most 72 hours before departure; and - a negative
or non-detectable COVID-19 antigen test taken after the last positive COVID-19 RT-PCR test; and - a COVID-19 recovery certificate in English, Portuguese or Spanish showing that
they are asymptomatic and fit to fly. The certificate must show the travel date.

3. Passengers entering or transiting through Brazil must have a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before departure from the
first embarkation point. The certificate must be in English, Portuguese or Spanish. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca (SK Bioscience), AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Covaxin,
Covieshield, Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Sinopharm, Sinovac and Sputnik V. - This does not apply to: - passengers younger than 12 years; - passengers
with a letter issued by a doctor proving that the passenger is medically unable to receive the vaccine. The letter must be in English, Portuguese or Spanish.

4. Passengers and airline crew must complete a "Traveler's Health Declaration" form at most 24 hours before departure from the first embarkation point and present it upon arrival.
The form can be found at https://formulario.anvisa.gov.br/

5. Airline crew are subject to quarantine in a hotel room until their next flight. - This does not apply to airline crew with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they
were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before departure from the first embarkation point.

Published on 09.12.2021

1. Passengers who in the past 14 days have been in Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe are not allowed to enter. - This does not apply to nationals and
residents of Brazil.

2. Nationals and resident of Brazil who in the past 14 days have been in Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe are subject to quarantine for 14 days.

3. Passengers entering or transiting through Brazil must have: - a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test taken at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point; or - a
negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 24 hours before departure from the first embarkation point. The test result must be in English, Portuguese or Spanish. - This does not
apply to: - passengers younger than 2 years; - passengers younger than 12 years and traveling accompanied by a companion. The companion must have a negative antigen or RT-PCR test
result; - passengers with two positive COVID-19 RT-PCR tests. The tests must be taken at least 14 days apart and the second test at most 72 hours before departure; and - a negative
or non-detectable COVID-19 antigen test taken after the last positive COVID-19 RT-PCR test; and - a COVID-19 recovery certificate in English, Portuguese or Spanish showing that
they are asymptomatic and fit to fly. The certificate must show the travel date.

4. Passengers and airline crew must complete a "Traveler's Health Declaration" form at most 24 hours before departure from the first embarkation point and present it upon arrival.
The form can be found at https://formulario.anvisa.gov.br/

5. Passengers are subject to self-quarantine for 5 days. More details can be found at https://tinyurl.com/hk7w75t2 - This does not apply to passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination
certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before departure from the first embarkation point.

6. Airline crew are subject to quarantine in a hotel room until their next flight. - This does not apply to airline crew with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they
were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before departure from the first embarkation point.

Published on 28.11.2021

1. Passengers arriving from or who have been in Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe in the last 14 days are not allowed to enter. - This does not apply
to nationals and residents of Brazil.- This does not apply to nationals of Brazil. - This does not apply to residents of Brazil.

2. Nationals and resident of Brazil arriving from or who have been in Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe are subject to quarantine for 14 days.

3. Passengers entering or transiting through Brazil must have: - a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test taken at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point; or - a
negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 24 hours before departure from the first embarkation point. The test result must be in English, Portuguese or Spanish. - This does not
apply to: - passengers younger than 2 years; - passengers younger than 12 years and traveling accompanied by a companion. The companion must have a negative antigen or RT-PCR test
result; - passengers with two positive COVID-19 RT-PCR tests. The tests must be taken at least 14 days apart and the second test at most 72 hours before departure; and - a negative
or non-detectable COVID-19 antigen test taken after the last positive COVID-19 RT-PCR test; and - a COVID-19 recovery certificate in English, Portuguese or Spanish showing that
they are asymptomatic and fit to fly. The certificate must show the travel date.

4. Passengers and airline crew must complete a "Traveler's Health Declaration" form before departure and present it upon arrival. The form can be found at
https://formulario.anvisa.gov.br/

5. Airline crew are subject to quarantine in a hotel room until their next flight.

published 08.07.2020
1. Passengers are not allowed to enter until 29 July 2020.
– This does not apply to nationals and residents of Brazil.
– This does not apply to an immediate family member or a curator of a national of Brazil. Spouses of a national of Brazil must have a Brazilian marriage certificate. If the certificate is not issued by Brazil, it must be apostilled by a consulate. A non-official translation in Portuguese is also required.
– This does not apply to passengers traveling on business.
– This does not apply to merchant seamen.
2. Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result.
– This does not apply to nationals and residents of Brazil.
– This does not apply to merchant seamen.
3. Passengers must arrive at one of the following airports: Brasilia DF (BSB), Rio de Janeiro (GIG), Sao Paulo Guarulhos (GRU), Sao Paulo Viracopos (VCP).

Quarantine

Quarantine Requirement- Unknown where, dependent on local federal state. Travellers who have travelled through the UK are subject to quarantine on arrival.

Most unvaccinated adult travellers, or travellers without proof of vaccination, will not usually be allowed to enter Brazil unless they meet the criteria set out. To avoid disruption to your travel plans, you should present either a valid vaccination certificate or a negative PCR test result. Some exemptions exist, check with the Brazilian authorities prior to travel.
Any unvaccinated children between the ages of 2 and12 years old will be granted entry when flying to Brazil with their parents or legal guardians. . Details of exemptions can be found on the Brazilian government website

Read more
Cheap flights
Insurance
Certification

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

If you are fully vaccinated, you do not need to take a COVID-19 test to enter Brazil. Most people aged 12 or older travelling to Brazil, will need to present a vaccination certificate to the airline before boarding and during travel.

Vaccination
COVID-19 Total Vaccination date: 2022-05-19
COVID-19 Total Vaccination: 436936651
COVID-19 Daily Vaccination: 274197
COVID-19 Vacc. (per 100 citizens, %): 204.18
COVID-19 Daily Vacc. (per 1 million citizens): 1281

Most non-resident foreign travellers coming to Brazil by air or land will now need to show proof of full vaccination with any COVID-19 vaccine approved by the World Health Organization’s Emergency Use Listing (WHO). Details of exemptions can be found on the Brazilian government’s website.

Read more

Full Restrictions

  • Brazil Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *All travellers: You can travel to Brazil without a visa as a tourist for up to 90 days. If you wish to extend your tourist visa, you should contact the Policia Federal.
    If you’re fully vaccinated: If you are fully vaccinated, you do not need to take a COVID-19 test to enter Brazil. Most people aged 12 or older travelling to Brazil, will need to present a vaccination certificate to the airline before boarding and during travel.
    Brazilian authorities have confirmed that vaccines recommended and approved for use by the World Health Organisation are accepted to enter Brazil. This includes the Moderna, Oxford/AstraZeneca, and Pfizer/BioNTech vaccines.
    Proof of vaccination status: To qualify as a fully vaccinated traveller to Brazil, your final vaccine dose must have been administered at least 14 days prior to travel. You cannot use the COVID-19 vaccination appointment card as proof of vaccination when entering Brazil.
    The Brazilian National Health Surveillance Agency (ANVISA) website (in Portuguese) lists the forms of acceptable proof of COVID-19 vaccination. The website also includes the following information about proof of vaccination:
    • English, Spanish or Portuguese are the only languages accepted;
    • It must be in printed or digital form to show the airline. Proof of vaccination exclusively in QR code format will not be accepted;
    • It must have the traveller’s full name, matching the name on the passport .
    • It must include the name of the official body which issued the record, the vaccine manufacturer, date(s) of vaccination and batch number.
    If you’re not fully vaccinated and travelling to Brazil by air, you’ll need to show proof of a negative PCR test or a negative antigen test, taken no more than 24 hours before boarding.
    All forms of proof should be in English, Spanish or Portuguese and shown to airline staff at check-in. Details of exemptions for unvaccinated travellers – including for some children travelling with an adult providing the above documentation – can be found on the Brazilian government’s website .
    For entry by land, unvaccinated foreign travellers who do not fall in the exemption criteria on cannot enter Brazil.
    If you’ve had COVID-19 in the past year: To avoid disruption to your travel plans, you should present either a valid vaccination certificate or a negative PCR test result (as above). Proof of recovery from COVID-19 certificates are not accepted in Brazil.
    Children and young people
    Children under 2 do not need to present proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result to enter Brazil. Any unvaccinated children between the ages of 2 and12 years old will be granted entry when flying to Brazil with their parents or legal guardians. Parents or guardians who are fully vaccinated are also exempt from presenting a negative test for COVID-19. However, if not fully vaccinated, they will need to present proof of a negative PCR test or an antigen test for COVID-19 taken within 24 hours of boarding. Details of exemptions can be found on the Brazilian government website (in Portuguese).
    If you’re transiting through Brazil: Passengers arriving in Brazil by air can transit, as long as they follow the rules set out above.
    If you intend to transit by land, and an exemption applies to showing proof of vaccination, you will be permitted to transit. However foreign travellers arriving by land without proof of vaccination are only permitted entry if they are seeking to transit through Brazil to their country of ordinary residence.
    Further information about transiting through Brazil and exemptions can be found on the Brazilian government website (in Portuguese).
    Exemptions: Non-resident foreign nationals who are not fully vaccinated cannot enter Brazil by land for tourism purposes. However, if you fall under an exemption, you will be able to transit. More details are available on the Brazilian government website (in Portuguese).
    Exemptions to the entry rules may apply for:
    • Brazilians and foreigners residing in Brazilian territory who are not fully vaccinated;
    • Ineligible for vaccination based on age;
    • Travellers in a vulnerable situation e.g in a humanitarian crisis;
    • Travellers with a health condition that contraindicates vaccination;
    • From countries with low vaccination coverage.
    Non-resident foreign nationals will be permitted to enter Brazil with the authorisation of the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: A number of Brazilian states no longer mandate the use of face masks and face coverings while in public. However, the guidance may vary from state to state and there can often be different rules within different cities. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them.
    There are additional local requirements to show proof of vaccination in order to access certain places, such private venues, including hotels, restaurants and gyms. The precise requirements may vary from venue to venue so you should check on compliancy requirements in advance.
    *Accommodation: Hotels are operating at capacities dictated by local rules and regulations.
    *Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil. Each state will determine local measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and this includes regulation on public transport and on the opening of non-essential services (shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities). You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them.

    Read more
    16.05.2022
  • Brazil Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry by air: Entry requirements in response to COVID-19 are subject to change at short notice and travellers are strongly advised to review these directly with the Brazilian authorities prior to travel.
    Most people aged 12 or over travelling to Brazil by air will have to present documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding. Alternatively, they may present a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours of boarding. All forms of proof should be in English, Spanish or Portuguese and shown to airline staff at check-in. Details of exemptions – including for some children travelling with an adult furnishing the above documentary evidence – can be found on the Brazilian government’s website.
    Most foreign travellers aged 12 or older coming to Brazil from the UK by air will need to show proof of full vaccination with a COVID-19 vaccine approved by the World Health Organization’s Emergency Use Listing (WHO). Any unvaccinated minors aged between 12 and 18 who are granted entry when flying to Brazil from the UK with their parents or legal guardians are required to quarantine for 14 days on arrival. Details of exemptions can be found on the Brazilian government’s website and in this information note published by the Brazilian government (in Portuguese).
    Brazil will accept the proof of COVID-19 vaccination record and proof of COVID-19 vaccination issued in the Crown Dependencies, as these are in line with the Brazilian government guidelines for certification. Proof of recovery from COVID-19 certificates are not accepted by Brazil. Your final vaccine dose must have been administered at least 14 days prior to travel. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    Most unvaccinated adult travellers, or travellers without proof of vaccination, will not usually be allowed to enter Brazil unless they meet the criteria set out by the Brazilian authorities. In this case, they may also be required to undergo quarantine for 14 days. Some exemptions exist, check with the Brazilian authorities prior to travel.
    All travellers to Brazil are currently required to complete a Travelers Health Declaration form within 24 hours of boarding their flight. This can be done online. The English version is available here .
    Further information is available on the website of Brazil’s Consulate General.
    Entry by land: Brazil has re-opened all of its land boarders. For entry by land, travellers are required to present evidence of a negative PCR or Antigen test. All travellers aged 18 or over must present proof of full COVID-19 vaccination. However, unlike the requirements for those arriving by air, foreign travellers arriving by land without proof of vaccination are only permitted entry if they are seeking to transit through Brazil to their country of ordinary residence.
    Transiting: If you are in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should get in touch with the British Embassy or Consulate. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: Following a recommendation from the Brazilian National Health Surveillance Agency (ANVISA), the Brazilian Government has temporarily suspended domestic cruise ships from operating along the Brazilian coast. Given the fluid coronavirus situation globally, such cruises are likely to remain subject to disruption at short notice throughout 2022.
    The Brazilian government continues to suspend the entry of all international cruise ships and prohibits most foreigners from disembarking at any port or other maritime location in Brazil regardless of nationality. These restrictions do not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national. Disembarkation will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the passenger’s country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: A number of Brazilian states no longer mandate the use of face masks and face coverings while in public. However, the guidance may vary from state to state and there can often be different rules within different cities. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them.
    There are additional local requirements to show proof of vaccination in order to access certain places, such private venues, including hotels, restaurants and gyms. The precise requirements may vary from venue to venue so you should check on compliancy requirements in advance.
    *Accommodation: Hotels are operating at capacities dictated by local rules and regulations.
    *Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil. Each state will determine local measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and this includes regulation on public transport and on the opening of non-essential services (shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities). You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them.

    Read more
    29.04.2022
  • Brazil Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry by air: Entry requirements in response to COVID-19 are subject to change at short notice and travellers are strongly advised to review these directly with the Brazilian authorities prior to travel.
    Most people aged 12 or over travelling to Brazil by air will have to present documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding. Alternatively, they may present a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours of boarding. All forms of proof should be in English, Spanish or Portuguese and shown to airline staff at check-in. Details of exemptions – including for some children travelling with an adult furnishing the above documentary evidence – can be found on the Brazilian government’s website.
    Most foreign travellers aged 12 or older coming to Brazil from the UK by air will need to show proof of full vaccination with a COVID-19 vaccine approved by the World Health Organization’s Emergency Use Listing (WHO). Any unvaccinated minors aged between 12 and 18 who are granted entry when flying to Brazil from the UK with their parents or legal guardians are required to quarantine for 14 days on arrival. Details of exemptions can be found on the Brazilian government’s website and in this information note published by the Brazilian government (in Portuguese).
    Brazil will accept the proof of COVID-19 vaccination record and proof of COVID-19 vaccination issued in the Crown Dependencies, as these are in line with the Brazilian government guidelines for certification. Proof of recovery from COVID-19 certificates are not accepted by Brazil. Your final vaccine dose must have been administered at least 14 days prior to travel. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    Most unvaccinated adult travellers, or travellers without proof of vaccination, will not usually be allowed to enter Brazil unless they meet the criteria set out by the Brazilian authorities. In this case, they may also be required to undergo quarantine for 14 days. Some exemptions exist, check with the Brazilian authorities prior to travel.
    All travellers to Brazil are currently required to complete a Travelers Health Declaration form within 24 hours of boarding their flight. This can be done online. The English version is available here .
    Further information is available on the website of Brazil’s Consulate General.
    Entry by land: Brazil has re-opened all of its land boarders. For entry by land, travellers are required to present evidence of a negative PCR or Antigen test. All travellers aged 18 or over must present proof of full COVID-19 vaccination. However, unlike the requirements for those arriving by air, foreign travellers arriving by land without proof of vaccination are only permitted entry if they are seeking to transit through Brazil to their country of ordinary residence.
    Transiting: If you are in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should get in touch with the British Embassy or Consulate. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: Following a recommendation from the Brazilian National Health Surveillance Agency (ANVISA), the Brazilian Government has temporarily suspended domestic cruise ships from operating along the Brazilian coast. Given the fluid coronavirus situation globally, such cruises are likely to remain subject to disruption at short notice throughout 2022.
    The Brazilian government continues to suspend the entry of all international cruise ships and prohibits most foreigners from disembarking at any port or other maritime location in Brazil regardless of nationality. These restrictions do not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national. Disembarkation will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the passenger’s country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city.
    The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country.
    There are additional local requirements to show proof of vaccination and/or for the compulsory use of masks in certain places, such as shops, cinemas and gyms. These are in force, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília.
    Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, each state will determine local measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and this includes regulation on the opening of non-essential services (shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities). You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. It’s highly possible that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice. For example, several cities have decided not to host the traditional street Carnival in 2022. These include Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Recife and Salvador, although controlled events are still expected to take place.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    23.02.2022
  • Brazil Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry by air: Entry requirements in response to COVID-19 are subject to change at short notice and travellers are strongly advised to review these directly with the Brazilian authorities prior to travel.
    Most people aged 12 or over travelling to Brazil by air will have to present documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding. Alternatively, they may present a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours of boarding. All forms of proof should be in English, Spanish or Portuguese and shown to airline staff at check-in. Details of exemptions – including for some children travelling with an adult furnishing the above documentary evidence – can be found on the Brazilian government’s website.
    Most foreign travellers aged 5 or older coming to Brazil from the UK by air will need to show proof of full vaccination with a COVID-19 vaccine approved by the World Health Organization’s Emergency Use Listing (WHO). Any unvaccinated minors aged between 5 and 18 who are granted entry when flying to Brazil from the UK with their parents or legal guardians are required to quarantine for 14 days on arrival. Details of exemptions can be found on the Brazilian government’s website and in this
    information note published by the Brazilian government (in Portuguese).
    Brazil will accept the proof of COVID-19 vaccination record and proof of COVID-19 vaccination issued in the Crown Dependencies, as these are in line with the Brazilian government guidelinesfor certification. Proof of recovery from COVID-19 certificates are not accepted by Brazil. Your final vaccine dose must have been administered at least 14 days prior to travel. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    Most unvaccinated adult travellers, or travellers without proof of vaccination, will not usually be allowed to enter Brazil unless they meet the criteria set out by the Brazilian authorities. In this case, they may also be required to undergo quarantine for 14 days. Some exemptions exist, check with the Brazilian authorities prior to travel.
    All travellers to Brazil are currently required to complete a Travelers Health Declaration form within 24 hours of boarding their flight. This can be done online. The English version is available here.
    Further information is available on the website of Brazil’s Consulate General.
    Entry by land: Brazil has re-opened all of its land boarders. For entry by land, travellers are required to present evidence of a negative PCR or Antigen test, as well as proof of full COVID-19 vaccination. However, unlike the requirements for those arriving by air, foreign travellers arriving by land without proof of vaccination are only permitted entry if they are seeking to transit through Brazil to their country of ordinary residence.
    Transiting: If you are in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should get in touch with the British Embassy or Consulate. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    Sea ports: Following a recommendation from the Brazilian National Health Surveillance Agency (ANVISA), the Brazilian Government has temporarily suspended domestic cruise ships from operating along the Brazilian coast. Given the fluid coronavirus situation globally, such cruises are likely to remain subject to disruption at short notice throughout 2022.
    The Brazilian government continues to suspend the entry of all international cruise ships and prohibits most foreigners from disembarking at any port or other maritime location in Brazil regardless of nationality. These restrictions do not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national. Disembarkation will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the passenger’s country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city.
    The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country.
    There are additional local requirements to show proof of vaccination and/or for the compulsory use of masks in certain places, such as shops, cinemas and gyms. These are in force, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília.
    Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, each state will determine local measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and this includes regulation on the opening of non-essential services (shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities). You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. It’s highly possible that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice. For example, several cities have decided not to host the traditional street Carnival in 2022. These include Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Recife and Salvador, although controlled events are still expected to take place.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    21.02.2022
  • Brazil Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry by air: Entry requirements in response to COVID-19 are subject to change at short notice and travellers are strongly advised to review these directly with the Brazilian authorities prior to travel.
    Most people aged 12 or over travelling to Brazil by air will have to present documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding. Alternatively, they may present a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours of boarding. All forms of proof should be in English, Spanish or Portuguese and shown to airline staff at check-in. Details of exemptions – including for some children travelling with an adult furnishing the above documentary evidence – can be found on the Brazilian government’s website.
    Most non-resident foreign travellers coming to Brazil by air or land will now need to show proof of full vaccination with any COVID-19 vaccine approved by the World Health Organization’s Emergency Use Listing (WHO). Details of exemptions can be found on the Brazilian government’s website.
    Brazil will accept the proof of COVID-19 vaccination record and proof of COVID-19 vaccination issued in the Crown Dependencies, as these are in line with the Brazilian government guidelines for certification. proof of recovery from COVID-19 certificates are not accepted by Brazil. Your final vaccine dose must have been administered at least 14 days prior to travel. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    Most unvaccinated travellers, or travellers without proof of vaccination, will not usually be granted access to Brazil unless they meet the criteria set out by the Brazilian authorities. In this case, they may also be required to undergo quarantine for 14 days. Some exemptions exist, including for children under 12, please check with the Brazilian authorities prior to travel.
    All travellers to Brazil are currently required to complete a Travelers Health Declaration form within 24 hours of boarding their flight. This can be done online. The English version is available here.
    Brazilian and resident foreign nationals, who have been in the above countries during the last 14 days, may be allowed to enter Brazil. However, they have to comply with a 14 day quarantine period.
    *Entry by land: Brazil has re-opened all of its land boarders. For entry by land, travellers are required to present evidence of a negative PCR or Antigen test, as well as proof of full COVID-19 vaccination. However, unlike the requirements for those arriving by air, foreign travellers arriving by land without proof of vaccination are only permitted entry if they are seeking to transit through Brazil to their country of ordinary residence.
    Transiting: If you are in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should get in touch with the British Embassy or Consulate. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: Following a recommendation from the Brazilian National Health Surveillance Agency (ANVISA), the Brazilian Government has temporarily suspended domestic cruise ships from operating along the Brazilian coast. Given the fluid coronavirus situation globally, such cruises are likely to remain subject to disruption at short notice throughout 2022.
    The Brazilian government continues to suspend the entry of all international cruise ships and prohibits most foreigners from disembarking at any port or other maritime location in Brazil regardless of nationality. These restrictions do not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national.
    Disembarkation will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the passenger’s country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city.
    The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country.
    There are additional local requirements to show proof of vaccination and/or for the compulsory use of masks in certain places, such as shops, cinemas and gyms. These are in force, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília.
    Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, each state will determine local measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and this includes regulation on the opening of non-essential services (shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities). You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. It’s highly possible that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice. For example, several cities have decided not to host the traditional street Carnival in 2022. These include Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Recife and Salvador, although controlled events are still expected to take place.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    25.01.2022
  • Brazil Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry by air: Entry requirements in response to COVID-19 are subject to change at short notice and travellers are strongly advised to review these directly with the Brazilian authorities prior to travel.
    Most people aged 12 or over travelling to Brazil by air will have to present documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding. Alternatively, they may present a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours of boarding. All forms of proof should be in English, Spanish or Portuguese and shown to airline staff at check-in. Details of exemptions – including for some children travelling with an adult furnishing the above documentary evidence – can be found on the Brazilian government’s website.
    Most non-resident foreign travellers coming to Brazil by air or land will now need to show proof of full vaccination with any COVID-19 vaccine approved by the World Health Organization’s Emergency Use Listing (WHO). Details of exemptions can be found on the
    Brazilian government’s website.
    Brazil will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record and proof of COVID-19 vaccination issued in the Crown Dependencies, as these are in line with the Brazilian government guidelines for certification. Your final vaccine dose must have been administered at least 14 days prior to travel. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    Most unvaccinated travellers, or travellers without proof of vaccination, will not usually be granted access to Brazil unless they meet the criteria set out by the Brazilian authorities. In this case, they may also be required to undergo quarantine for 14 days. Some exemptions exist, including for children under 12, please check with the Brazilian authorities prior to travel.
    All travellers to Brazil are currently required to complete a Travelers Health Declaration form within 24 hours of boarding their flight. This can be done online. The English version is available
    here.
    All entry to Brazil is currently prohibited for all non-resident foreign nationals who have been in South Africa, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe during the last 14 days.
    Brazilian and resident foreign nationals, who have been in the above countries during the last 14 days, may be allowed to enter Brazil. However, they have to comply with a 14 day quarantine period. Further information is available on the website of
    Brazil’s Consulate General.
    *Entry by land: Brazil has re-opened all of its land boarders. For entry by land, travellers are required to present evidence of a negative PCR or Antigen test, as well as proof of full COVID-19 vaccination. However, unlike the requirements for those arriving by air, foreign travellers arriving by land without proof of vaccination are only permitted entry if they are seeking to transit through Brazil to their country of ordinary residence.
    Transiting: If you are in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should get in touch with the Embassy or Consulate. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: Following a recommendation from the Brazilian National Health Surveillance Agency (ANVISA), the Brazilian Government has temporarily suspended domestic cruise ships from operating along the Brazilian coast. Given the fluid coronavirus situation globally, such cruises are likely to remain subject to disruption at short notice throughout 2022.
    The Brazilian government continues to suspend the entry of all international cruise ships and prohibits most foreigners from disembarking at any port or other maritime location in Brazil regardless of nationality. These restrictions do not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national.
    Disembarkation will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the passenger’s country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city.
    The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country.
    There are additional local requirements to show proof of vaccination and/or for the compulsory use of masks in certain places, such as shops, cinemas and gyms. These are in force, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília.
    Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, each state will determine local measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and this includes regulation on the opening of non-essential services (shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities). You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. It’s highly possible that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice. For example, several cities have decided not to host the traditional street Carnival in 2022. These include Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Recife and Salvador, although controlled events are still expected to take place.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    14.01.2022
  • Brazil Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Brazil: Entry by air: The Brazilian Government has removed the temporary suspension on entry to the country from travellers who have been physically present in the UK in the past 14 days. foreign and British nationals can now enter the country on direct (UK-Brazil) flights or by transiting through third countries, subject to regular entry requirements.
    Anyone travelling to Brazil by air must present documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding or a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours of boarding in English, Spanish or Portuguese to their airline at check-in. From 18 December 2021, anyone travelling to Brazil by air or land will need to show proof of full vaccination with any COVID-19 vaccine approved by the World Health Organization’s Emergency Use Listing (WHO).
    Brazil will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record and proof of COVID-19 vaccination issued in the Crown Dependencies, as these are in line with the Brazilian government guidelines for certification. Your final vaccine dose must have been administered at least 14 days prior to travel. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    Unvaccinated travellers, or travellers without proof of vaccination, will not be allowed access to Brazil unless they meet the criteria set out in the decree – in this case, they will also be required to undergo quarantine for 14 days. Children aged 12 or younger do not need to provide proof of vaccination.
    All travellers to Brazil are currently required to complete a Travelers Health Declaration
    form within 24 hours of boarding. This can be done online. The English version is available here.
    All entry to Brazil is currently prohibited for all non-resident foreign nationals who have been in South Africa, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe during the last 14 days.
    Brazilian and resident foreign nationals, who have been in the above countries during the last 14 days, are allowed to enter Brazil. However, they have to comply with a 14 day quarantine period. Further information is available on the website of Brazil’s Consulate General.
    *Entry by land: Brazil has re-opened all of its land boarders. For entry by land, travellers are required to present evidence of a negative PCR or Antigen test, as well as proof of full COVID-19 vaccination. However, unlike the requirements for those arriving by air, foreign travellers arriving by land without proof of vaccination are only permitted entry if they are seeking to transit through Brazil to their country of ordinary residence.
    Transiting: If you are in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should get in touch with the Embassy or Consulate. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: Following a recommendation from the Brazilian National Health Surveillance Agency (ANVISA), the Brazilian Government has temporarily suspended domestic cruise ships from operating along the Brazilian coast. Given the fluid coronavirus situation globally, such cruises are likely to remain subject to disruption at short notice throughout 2022.
    The Brazilian government continues to suspend the entry of all international cruise ships and prohibits most foreigners from disembarking at any port or other maritime location in Brazil regardless of nationality. These restrictions do not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national. Disembarkation will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the passenger’s country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land.
    *Visas: From 3 November 2020, the Brazilian government resumed counting visitor length of stay. They had previously suspended this at the start of the pandemic. Anyone whose 90 days immigration deadline would have fallen between the suspension period of 16 March 2020 to 2 November 2020 will not be fined. If your 90 days expired on 3 November 2020 or later, you might be fined for overstaying. If you wish to extend your tourist visa, you should contact the Policia Federal.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city.
    The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country.
    There are additional local requirements to show proof of vaccination and/or for the compulsory use of masks in certain places, such as shops, cinemas and gyms. These are in force, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília.
    Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, each state will determine local measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and this includes regulation on the opening of non-essential services (shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities). You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. It’s highly possible that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice. For example, several cities have decided not to host the traditional street Carnival in 2022. These include Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Recife and Salvador, although controlled events are still expected to take place.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    10.01.2022
  • Brazil Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry by air: The Brazilian Government has removed the temporary suspension on entry to the country from travellers who have been physically present in the UK in the past 14 days. British and foreign nationals can now enter the country on direct (UK-Brazil) flights or by transiting through third countries, subject to regular entry requirements.
    Anyone travelling to Brazil by air must present documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding or a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours of boarding in English, Spanish or Portuguese to their airline at check-in. From 18 December 2021, anyone travelling to Brazil by air or land will need to show proof of full vaccination with any COVID-19 vaccine approved by the World Health Organization’s Emergency Use Listing (WHO).
    Brazil will accept proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record and proof of COVID-19 vaccination issued in the Crown Dependencies, as these are in line with the Brazilian government guidelines for certification. Your final vaccine dose must have been administered at least 14 days prior to travel. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    Unvaccinated travellers, or travellers without proof of vaccination, will not be allowed access to Brazil unless they meet the criteria set out in the decree – in this case, they will also be required to undergo quarantine for 14 days. Children aged 12 or younger do not need to provide proof of vaccination. All travellers to Brazil are currently required to complete a Travelers Health Declaration form within 24 hours of boarding. This can be done online. The English version is available here.
    All entry to Brazil is currently prohibited for all non-resident foreign nationals who have been in South Africa, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe during the last 14 days. Brazilian and resident foreign nationals, who have been in the above countries during the last 14 days, are allowed to enter Brazil. However, they have to comply with a 14 day quarantine period.
    Further information is available on the website of Brazil’s Consulate General.
    *Entry by land: Brazil has re-opened all of its land boarders. For entry by land, travellers are required to present evidence of a negative PCR or Antigen test, as well as proof of full COVID-19 vaccination. However, unlike the requirements for those arriving by air, foreign travellers arriving by land without proof of vaccination are only permitted entry if they are seeking to transit through Brazil to their country of ordinary residence.
    *Transiting: If you are in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should get in touch with the British Embassy or Consulate. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: As of 1 November 2021, cruise ships following an entirely domestic itinerary are allowed to resume operation along the Brazilian coast. The Brazilian government continues to suspend the entry of international cruise ships and foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location in Brazil regardless of nationality. These restrictions do not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national.
    Disembarking will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city.
    The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country. There are additional local requirements to show proof of vaccination and/or for the compulsory use of masks in certain places, such as shops, cinemas and gyms. These are in force, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília.
    Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    *Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, each state will determine local measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and this includes regulation on the opening of non-essential services (shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities). You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. It’s highly possible that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    28.12.2021
  • Brazil Latest News: Authorities will require international arrivals to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination, impose five-day quarantine for unvaccinated travelers (Euronews, 13.12.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Brazil: Entry by air: The Brazilian Government has removed the temporary suspension on entry to the country from travellers who have been physically present in the UK in the past 14 days. foreign nationals and British can now enter the country on direct flights or by transiting through third countries, subject to regular entry requirements.
    Anyone travelling to Brazil by air must present documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding or a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours of boarding in English, Spanish or Portuguese to their airline at check-in. From 18 December 2021, anyone travelling to Brazil by air or land will need to show proof of full vaccination with any COVID-19 vaccine approved by the World Health Organization’s Emergency Use Listing (WHO)
    Brazil will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record and proof of COVID-19 vaccination issued in the Crown Dependencies, as these are in line with the Brazilian government guidelines for certification. Your final vaccine dose must have been administered at least 14 days prior to travel. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    Unvaccinated travellers, or travellers without proof of vaccination, will not be allowed access to Brazil unless they meet the criteria set out in the decree – in this case, they will also be required to undergo quarantine for up to 14 days.
    All travellers to Brazil are currently required to complete a Travelers Health Declaration form within 24 hours of boarding. This can be done online. The English version is available here.
    All entry to Brazil is currently prohibited for all non-resident foreign nationals who have been in South Africa, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe during the last 14 days.
    Brazilian and resident foreign nationals, who have been in the above countries during the last 14 days, are allowed to enter Brazil. However, they have to comply with a 14 day quarantine period.
    Further information is available on the website of Brazil’s Consulate General.
    Entry by land: Brazil has re-opened all of its land boarders. For entry by land, travellers are required to present evidence of a negative PCR or Antigen test, as well as proof of full COVID-19 vaccination. However, unlike the requirements for those arriving by air, foreign travellers arriving by land without proof of vaccination are only permitted entry if they are seeking to transit through Brazil to their country of ordinary residence.
    Transiting: If you are in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should get in touch with the Embassy or Consulate. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: As of 1 November 2021, cruise ships following an entirely domestic itinerary are allowed to resume operation along the Brazilian coast. The Brazilian government continues to suspend the entry of international cruise ships and foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location in Brazil regardless of nationality. These restrictions do not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national. Disembarking will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land.
    *Visas: From 3 November 2020, the Brazilian government resumed counting visitor length of stay. They had previously suspended this at the start of the pandemic. Anyone whose 90 days immigration deadline would have fallen between the suspension period of 16 March 2020 to 2 November 2020 will not be fined. If your 90 days expired on 3 November 2020 or later, you might be fined for overstaying. If you wish to extend your tourist visa, you should contact the Policia Federal .

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city.
    The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country. There are additional local requirements to show proof of vaccination and/or for the compulsory use of masks in certain places, such as shops, cinemas and gyms. These are in force, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília.
    Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    *Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, each state will determine local measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and this includes regulation on the opening of non-essential services (shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities). You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. It’s highly possible that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    25.12.2021
  • Brazil Latest News: Authorities will require international arrivals to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination, impose five-day quarantine for unvaccinated travelers (Euronews, 13.12.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry by air: The Brazilian Government has removed the temporary suspension on entry to the country from travellers who have been physically present in the UK in the past 14 days. foreign nationals and British can now enter the country on direct flights or by transiting through third countries, subject to regular entry requirements.
    Anyone travelling to Brazil by air must present documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding or a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours of boarding in English, Spanish or Portuguese to their airline at check-in. From 18 December 2021, anyone travelling to Brazil by air or land will need to show proof of full vaccination with any COVID-19 vaccine approved by the World Health Organization’s Emergency Use Listing (WHO). For travellers without proof of vaccination, entry will still be permitted however, they will need to quarantine for five days in the city of final destination and at the address registered in the Travellers Health Declaration. At the end of the quarantine period, a PCR or Antigen test must be taken and the traveller cannot leave quarantine until they receive a negative or undetectable result. In addition, all children under the age of 2 are exempt from the requirement to present a negative test. Children under the age of 12 who are accompanied by adult(s) who have proof of a negative test are also exempt.
    Brazil will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record and proof of COVID-19 vaccination issued in the Crown Dependencies, as these are in line with government guidelines for certification. Your final vaccine dose must have been administered at least 14 days prior to travel. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    All travellers to Brazil are currently required to complete a Travelers Health Declaration form within 24 hours of boarding. This can be done online. The English version is available here.
    All entry to Brazil is currently prohibited for all non-resident foreign nationals who have been in South Africa, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe during the last 14 days.
    Brazilian and resident foreign nationals, who have been in the above countries during the last 14 days, are allowed to enter Brazil. However, they have to comply with a 14 day quarantine period.
    Further information is available on the website of Brazil’s Consulate General.
    *Entry by land: Brazil has re-opened all of its land boarders. For entry by land, travellers are required to present evidence of a negative PCR or Antigen test, as well as proof of full COVID-19 vaccination. However, unlike the requirements for those arriving by air, foreign travellers arriving by land without proof of vaccination are only permitted entry if they are seeking to transit through Brazil to their country of ordinary residence.
    Transiting: If you are in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should get in touch with the Embassy or Consulate. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: As of 1 November 2021, cruise ships following an entirely domestic itinerary are allowed to resume operation along the Brazilian coast. The Brazilian government continues to suspend the entry of international cruise ships and foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location in Brazil regardless of nationality. These restrictions do not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national.
    Disembarking will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land.
    *Visas: From 3 November 2020, the Brazilian government resumed counting visitor length of stay. They had previously suspended this at the start of the pandemic. Anyone whose 90 days immigration deadline would have fallen between the suspension period of 16 March 2020 to 2 November 2020 will not be fined. If your 90 days expired on 3 November 2020 or later, you might be fined for overstaying. If you wish to extend your tourist visa, you should contact the Policia Federal.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city.
    The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country. There are additional local requirements to show proof of vaccination and/or for the compulsory use of masks in certain places, such as shops, cinemas and gyms. These are in force, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília.
    Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    *Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, each state will determine local measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and this includes regulation on the opening of non-essential services (shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities). You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. It’s highly possible that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    17.12.2021
  • Brazil Latest News: Authorities will require international arrivals to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination, impose five-day quarantine for unvaccinated travelers (Euronews, 13.12.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry by air: The Brazilian Government has removed the temporary suspension on entry to the country from travellers who have been physically present in the UK in the past 14 days. Foreign nationals can now enter the country on direct (UK-Brazil) flights or by transiting through third countries, subject to regular entry requirements.
    Anyone travelling to Brazil by air must present documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding or a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours of boarding in English, Spanish or Portuguese to their airline at check-in. From 18 December 2021, anyone travelling to Brazil by air or land will need to show proof of full vaccination with any COVID-19 vaccine approved by the World Health Organization’s Emergency Use Listing (WHO). For travellers without proof of vaccination, entry will still be permitted however, they will need to quarantine for five days in the city of final destination and at the address registered in the Travellers Health Declaration. At the end of the quarantine period, a PCR or Antigen test must be taken and the traveller cannot leave quarantine until they receive a negative or undetectable result. In addition, all children under the age of 2 are exempt from the requirement to present a negative test. Children under the age of 12 who are accompanied by adult(s) who have proof of a negative test are also exempt.
    All travellers to Brazil are currently required to complete a Travelers Health Declaration form within 24 hours of boarding. This can be done online. The English version is available here..
    All entry to Brazil is currently prohibited for all non-resident foreign nationals who have been in South Africa, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe during the last 14 days.
    Brazilian and resident foreign nationals, who have been in the above countries during the last 14 days, are allowed to enter Brazil. However, they have to comply with a 14 day quarantine period.
    Further information is available on the website of Brazil’s Consulate General.
    *Entry by land: Brazil has re-opened all of its land boarders. For entry by land, travellers are required to present evidence of a negative PCR or Antigen test, as well as proof of full COVID-19 vaccination. However, unlike the requirements for those arriving by air, foreign travellers arriving by land without proof of vaccination are only permitted entry if they are seeking to transit through Brazil to their country of ordinary residence.
    Transiting: If you are in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should get in touch with the British Embassy or Consulate. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: As of 1 November 2021, cruise ships following an entirely domestic itinerary are allowed to resume operation along the Brazilian coast. The Brazilian government continues to suspend the entry of international cruise ships and foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location in Brazil regardless of nationality. These restrictions do not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national. Disembarking will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city.
    The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country. There are additional local requirements to show proof of vaccination and/or for the compulsory use of masks in certain places, such as shops, cinemas and gyms. These are in force, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília.
    Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    *Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, each state will determine local measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and this includes regulation on the opening of non-essential services (shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities). You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. It’s highly possible that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    13.12.2021
  • Brazil Latest News: Brazilian government bans visitors from South Africa, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Botswana (Reuters, 26.11.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Brazil. Entry by air: The Brazilian Government has removed the temporary suspension on entry to the country from travellers who have been physically present in the UK in the past 14 days. British and foreign nationals can now enter the country on direct (UK-Brazil) flights or by transiting through third countries, subject to regular entry requirements.
    Anyone travelling to Brazil by air must present documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding or a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours of boarding in English, Spanish or Portuguese to their airline at check-in. From 11 December 2021, anyone travelling to Brazil by air or land will need to show proof of full vaccination with any COVID-19 vaccine approved by the World Health Organization’s Emergency Use Listing (WHO). For travellers without proof of vaccination, entry will still be permitted however, they will need to quarantine for five days in the city of final destination and at the address registered in the Travellers Health Declaration. At the end of the quarantine period, a PCR or Antigen test must be taken and the traveller cannot leave quarantine until they receive a negative or undetectable result. In addition, all children under the age of 2 are exempt from the requirement to present a negative test. Children under the age of 12 who are accompanied by adult(s) who have proof of a negative test are also exempt.
    All travellers to Brazil are currently required to complete a Travelers Health Declaration form within 24 hours of boarding. This can be done online. The English version is available here.
    All entry to Brazil is currently prohibited for all non-resident foreign nationals who have been in South Africa, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe during the last 14 days. Brazilian and resident foreign nationals, who have been in the above countries during the last 14 days, are allowed to enter Brazil. However, they have to comply with a 14 day quarantine period. Further information is available on the website of Brazil’s Consulate General.
    *Entry by land: Brazil has re-opened all of its land boarders. For entry by land, travellers are required to present evidence of a negative PCR or Antigen test, as well as proof of full COVID-19 vaccination. However, unlike the requirements for those arriving by air, foreign travellers arriving by land without proof of vaccination are only permitted entry if they are seeking to transit through Brazil to their country of ordinary residence.
    *Transiting: If you are in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should get in touch with your Embassy or Consulate. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: As of 1 November 2021, cruise ships following an entirely domestic itinerary are allowed to resume operation along the Brazilian coast. The Brazilian government continues to suspend the entry of international cruise ships and foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location in Brazil regardless of nationality. These restrictions do not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national.
    Disembarking will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the country of residence.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city.
    The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country. There are additional local requirements to show proof of vaccination and/or for the compulsory use of masks in certain places, such as shops, cinemas and gyms. These are in force, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília.
    Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    *Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, each state will determine local measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and this includes regulation on the opening of non-essential services (shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities). You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. It’s highly possible that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    10.12.2021
  • Brazil Latest News: Brazilian government bans visitors from South Africa, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Botswana (Reuters, 26.11.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry by air: The Brazilian Government has removed the temporary suspension on entry to the country from travellers who have been physically present in the UK in the past 14 days. Foreign nationals can now enter the country on direct flights or by transiting through third countries, subject to regular entry requirements. Anyone travelling to Brazil by air needs to present the airline at check-in documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding or a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours of boarding in English, Spanish or Portuguese. All children under the age of 2 are exempt from the requirement to present a negative test. Children under the age of 12 who are accompanied by adult(s) who have proof of a negative test are also exempt.
    All travellers to Brazil are currently required to complete a Travelers Health Declaration form within 72 hours of boarding. This can be done online. The English version is available here.
    From 29 November, entry will be prohibited to all non-resident foreign nationals who have been in South Africa, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe during the last 14 days.
    Brazilian and resident foreign nationals, who have been in the above countries during the last 14 days, are allowed to enter Brazil. However, they have to comply with a 14 day quarantine period.
    Further information is available on the website of Brazil’s Consulate General.
    *Entry by land: Brazil has closed some of its land borders, except to Brazilian citizens, resident foreign nationals and foreign spouses, children, parents or guardians of a Brazilian national. The land border with Paraguay is now open.
    *Transiting: If you’re in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should get in touch with the British Embassy or Consular. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: As of 1 November 2021, cruise ships following an entirely domestic itinerary are allowed to resume operation along the Brazilian coast. The Brazilian government continues to suspend the entry of international cruise ships and foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location in Brazil regardless of nationality. These restrictions do not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national.
    Disembarking will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city.
    The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country.
    There are additional local requirements to show proof of vaccination and/or for the compulsory use of masks in certain places, such as shops, cinemas and gyms. These are in force, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília.
    Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    *Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, each state will determine local measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and this includes regulation on the opening of non-essential services (shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities). You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. It’s highly possible that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    06.12.2021
  • Brazil Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Brazil:Entry by air: The Brazilian Government has removed the temporary suspension on entry to the country from travellers who have been physically present in the UK in the past 14 days. Foreign nationals including British can now enter the country on direct (Brazil-UK) flights or by transiting through third countries, subject to regular entry requirements. Anyone travelling to Brazil by air needs to present the airline at check-in documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding or a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours of boarding in English, Spanish or Portuguese. All children under the age of 2 are exempt from the requirement to present a negative test. Children under the age of 12 who are accompanied by adult(s) who have proof of a negative test are also exempt.
    All travellers to Brazil are currently required to complete a Travelers Health Declaration
    form within 72 hours of boarding. This can be done online. The English version is available here.
    Further information is available on the website of Brazil’s Consulate General.
    *Entry by land: Brazil has closed some of its land borders, except to Brazilian citizens, resident foreign nationals and foreign spouses, children, parents or guardians of a Brazilian national. The land border with Paraguay is now open.
    Transiting: If you’re in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should get in touch with your Embassy or Consular. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: As of 1 November 2021, cruise ships following an entirely domestic itinerary are allowed to resume operation along the Brazilian coast. The Brazilian government continues to suspend the entry of international cruise ships and foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location in Brazil regardless of nationality. These restrictions do not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national.
    Disembarking will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city. The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country. There are additional local requirements to show proof of vaccination and/or for the compulsory use of masks in certain places, such as shops, cinemas and gyms, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília.
    Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    *Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, each state will determine local measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and this includes regulation on the opening of non-essential services (shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities). You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. It’s highly possible that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    26.10.2021
  • Brazil Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Brazil:Entry by air: The Brazilian Government has removed the temporary suspension on entry to the country from travellers who have been physically present in the UK in the past 14 days. Foreign nationals including British can now enter the country on direct (Brazil-UK) flights or by transiting through third countries, subject to regular entry requirements. Anyone travelling to Brazil by air needs to present the airline at check-in documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding or a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours of boarding in English, Spanish or Portuguese. All children under the age of 2 are exempt from the requirement to present a negative test. Children under the age of 12 who are accompanied by adult(s) who have proof of a negative test are also exempt.
    All travellers to Brazil are currently required to complete a Travelers Health Declaration
    form within 72 hours of boarding. This can be done online. The English version is available here.
    Further information is available on the website of Brazil’s Consulate General.
    *Entry by land: Brazil has closed some of its land borders, except to Brazilian citizens, resident foreign nationals and foreign spouses, children, parents or guardians of a Brazilian national. The land border with Paraguay is now open.
    Transiting: If you’re in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should get in touch with your Embassy or Consular. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: As of 1 November 2021, cruise ships following an entirely domestic itinerary are allowed to resume operation along the Brazilian coast. The Brazilian government continues to suspend the entry of international cruise ships and foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location in Brazil regardless of nationality. These restrictions do not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national.
    Disembarking will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city. The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country. There are additional local requirements for the compulsory use of masks in other places, such as shops and gyms, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília. Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    *Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, each state will determine local measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and this includes regulation on the opening of non-essential services (shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities). You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. It’s highly possible that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    07.10.2021
  • Brazil GOL

    22.09.2021
  • Brazil Azul

    21.09.2021
  • Brazil GOL, American Airlines

    16.09.2021
  • Brazil Azul

    10.09.2021
  • Brazil Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Brazil: Entry by air: Aircraft passengers who have been in the UK, South Africa or India in the 14 days prior to arriving in Brazil must quarantine for 14 days.
    Brazil has temporarily suspended all direct flights from or via the UK, and has temporarily suspended permission for foreigners who have been in the UK during the previous 14 days to board flights to Brazil. There are exemptions, including for resident foreigners, close family members of Brazilian nationals (partners/spouses, children, and parents/guardians), accredited government officials, and professionals working for international organisations. This exemption is subject to a requirement to quarantine on arrival in Brazil for 14 days. Some British nationals have been denied boarding by airlines. You should check with the airline before buying a ticket to confirm you will be allowed to board.
    Entry is subject to regular entry requirements. Anyone travelling to Brazil by air needs to present to the airline company at check-in documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding in English, Spanish or Portuguese. All children under the age of 2 are exempt from the requirement to present a negative test. Children under the age of 12 who are accompanied by adult(s) who have proof of a negative test are also exempt.
    With effect from 30 December 2020, all travellers to Brazil are required to complete a Travelers Health Declaration form within 72 hours of boarding. This can be done online. The English version is available here.
    Further information is available on the website of Brazil’s Consulate General.
    *Entry by land: Brazil has closed some of its land borders, except to Brazilian citizens, resident foreign nationals and foreign spouses, children, parents or guardians of a Brazilian national. The land border with Paraguay is now open.
    Transiting: If you’re in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should get in touch with your Embassy or Consular. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: The Brazilian government has also imposed a ban on foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location on Brazilian territory regardless of their nationality. The restriction does not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national.
    Disembarking will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city. The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country. There are additional local requirements for the compulsory use of masks in other places, such as shops and gyms, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília. Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    *Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, each state will determine local measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and this includes regulation on the opening of non-essential services (shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities). You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. It’s highly possible that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice.

    Read more
    27.08.2021
  • Brazil Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Brazil: Entry by air. Aircraft passengers who have been in the UK, South Africa or India in the 14 days prior to arriving in Brazil must quarantine (for 14 days) at the first city of arrival into Brazil. You will not be permitted to board connecting flights to other cities in Brazil. If your final destination in Brazil is not the city in which your international flight first lands, you may wish to book an alternative routing.
    Brazil has temporarily suspended all direct flights from or via the UK, and has temporarily suspended permission for foreigners who have been in the UK during the previous 14 days to board flights to Brazil. There are exemptions, including for resident foreigners, close family members of Brazilian nationals (partners/spouses, children, and parents/guardians), accredited government officials, and professionals working for international organisations. This exemption is subject to a requirement to quarantine on arrival in Brazil for 14 days. Some foreign nationals have been denied boarding by airlines. You should check with the airline before buying a ticket to confirm you will be allowed to board.
    Entry is subject to regular entry requirements. Anyone travelling to Brazil by air needs to present to the airline company at check-in documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding in English, Spanish or Portuguese. All children under the age of 2 are exempt from the requirement to present a negative test. Children under the age of 12 who are accompanied by adult(s) who have proof of a negative test are also exempt.
    With effect from 30 December 2020, all travellers to Brazil are required to complete a Travelers Health Declaration form within 72 hours of boarding. This can be done online. The English version is available here.
    Further information is available on the website of Brazil’s Consulate General.
    *Entry by land: Brazil has closed some of its land borders, except to Brazilian citizens, resident foreign nationals and foreign spouses, children, parents or guardians of a Brazilian national. The land border with Paraguay is now open.
    *Transiting: If you’re in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should get in touch your Embassy or Consular. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: The Brazilian government has also imposed a ban on foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location on Brazilian territory regardless of their nationality. The restriction does not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national.
    Disembarking will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city. The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country. There are additional local requirements for the compulsory use of masks in other places, such as shops and gyms, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília. Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    *Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, each state will determine local measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and this includes regulation on the opening of non-essential services (shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities). You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. It’s highly possible that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice.

    Read more
    20.08.2021
  • Brazil Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Brazil: Entry by air. As of 25 December 2020, Brazil has temporarily suspended all direct flights from or via the UK, and has temporarily suspended permission for foreigners who have been in the UK during the previous 14 days to board flights to Brazil. There are exemptions, including for resident foreigners, close family members of Brazilian nationals (partners/spouses, children, and parents/guardians), accredited government officials, and professionals working for international organisations. This exemption is subject to a requirement to quarantine on arrival in Brazil for 14 days. Some British nationals have been denied boarding by airlines. You should check with the airline before buying a ticket to confirm you will be allowed to board.
    Entry is subject to regular entry requirements. In addition, with effect from 30/12/20, anyone travelling to Brazil by air needs to present to the airline company at check-in documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding in English, Spanish or Portuguese. All children under the age of 2 are exempt from the requirement to present a negative test. Children under the age of 12 who are accompanied by adult(s) who have proof of a negative test are also exempt.
    With effect from 30 December 2020, all travellers to Brazil are required to complete a a href=”https://formulario.anvisa.gov.br/?lang=en”>Travelers Health Declaration form within 72 hours of boarding. This can be done online. The English version is available here. Further information is available on the website of Brazil’s Consulate General.
    *Entry by land: Brazil has closed some of its land borders, except to Brazilian citizens, resident foreign nationals and foreign spouses, children, parents or guardians of a Brazilian national. The land border with Paraguay is now open.
    *Transiting: If you’re in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should contact your embassy/ consulate. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: The Brazilian government has also imposed a ban on foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location on Brazilian territory regardless of their nationality. The restriction does not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national.Disembarking will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city. The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country. There are additional local requirements for the compulsory use of masks in other places, such as shops and gyms, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília. Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    *Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, each state will determine local measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and this includes regulation on the opening of non-essential services (shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities). You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. It’s highly possible that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice.

    Read more
    04.06.2021
  • Brazil Latest News: Argentina government extends closure of air, land borders with Brazil until 12 March because of COVID-19 (RioTimes,01.03.2021). Authorities announce 24-hour lockdown in Brasilia to fight spread of COVID-19 (Reuters 26.02.2021).

    International Restrictions: Entry rules in response to coronavirus. *Entry to Brazil: Entry by air. As of 25 December 2020, Brazil has temporarily suspended all direct flights from or via the UK, and has temporarily suspended permission for foreigners who have been in the UK during the previous 14 days to board flights to Brazil. There are exemptions, including for resident foreigners, close family members of Brazilian nationals (partners/spouses, children, and parents/guardians), accredited government officials, and professionals working for international organisations. This exemption is subject to a requirement to quarantine on arrival in Brazil for 14 days. Some British nationals have been denied boarding by airlines. You should check with the airline before buying a ticket to confirm you will be allowed to board.
    Entry is subject to regular entry requirements. In addition, with effect from 30/12/20, anyone travelling to Brazil by air needs to present to the airline company at check-in documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding in English, Spanish or Portuguese. All children under the age of 2 are exempt from the requirement to present a negative test. Children under the age of 12 who are accompanied by adult(s) who have proof of a negative test are also exempt.
    With effect from 30 December 2020, all travellers to Brazil are required to complete a a href=”https://formulario.anvisa.gov.br/?lang=en”>Travelers Health Declaration form within 72 hours of boarding. This can be done online. The English version is available here. Further information is available on the website of Brazil’s Consulate General.
    *Entry by land: Brazil has closed some of its land borders, except to Brazilian citizens, resident foreign nationals and foreign spouses, children, parents or guardians of a Brazilian national. The land border with Paraguay is now open.
    *Transiting: If you’re in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should get in touch with the British Embassy or Consular. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: The Brazilian government has also imposed a ban on foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location on Brazilian territory regardless of their nationality. The restriction does not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national.Disembarking will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city. The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country. There are additional local requirements for the compulsory use of masks in other places, such as shops and gyms, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília. Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    *Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, each state will determine local measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and this includes regulation on the opening of non-essential services (shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities). You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. It’s highly possible that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice.

    Read more
    01.03.2021
  • Brazil Latest News: Brazilian government bans flights from South Africa because of new COVID-19 strain (Dinheiro, 26.01.2021).

    International Restrictions: Entry rules in response to coronavirus. *Entry to Brazil: Entry by air. As of 25 December 2020, Brazil has temporarily suspended all direct flights from or via the UK, and has temporarily suspended permission for foreigners who have been in the UK during the previous 14 days to board flights to Brazil. There are exemptions, including for resident foreigners, close family members of Brazilian nationals (partners/spouses, children, and parents/guardians), accredited government officials, and professionals working for international organisations. This exemption is subject to a requirement to quarantine on arrival in Brazil for 14 days. Some British nationals have been denied boarding by airlines. You should check with the airline before buying a ticket to confirm you will be allowed to board.
    Entry is subject to regular entry requirements. In addition, with effect from 30/12/20, anyone travelling to Brazil by air needs to present to the airline company at check-in documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding in English, Spanish or Portuguese. All children under the age of 2 are exempt from the requirement to present a negative test. Children under the age of 12 who are accompanied by adult(s) who have proof of a negative test are also exempt.
    With effect from 30 December 2020, all travellers to Brazil are required to complete a a href=”https://formulario.anvisa.gov.br/?lang=en”>Travelers Health Declaration form within 72 hours of boarding. This can be done online. The English version is available here. Further information is available on the website of Brazil’s Consulate General.
    *Entry by land: Brazil has closed some of its land borders, except to Brazilian citizens, resident foreign nationals and foreign spouses, children, parents or guardians of a Brazilian national. The land border with Paraguay is now open.
    *Transiting: If you’re in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should get in touch with the British Embassy or Consular. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: The Brazilian government has also imposed a ban on foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location on Brazilian territory regardless of their nationality. The restriction does not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national.Disembarking will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city. The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country. There are additional local requirements for the compulsory use of masks in other places, such as shops and gyms, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília. Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    *Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, each state will determine local measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and this includes regulation on the opening of non-essential services (shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities). You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. It’s highly possible that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice.

    Read more
    10.02.2021
  • Brazil Latest News: Brazilian government bans flights from South Africa because of new COVID-19 strain (Dinheiro, 26.01.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Brazil, by air: As of 25 December 2020, Brazil has temporarily suspended all direct flights from or via the UK, and has temporarily suspended permission for foreigners who have been in the UK during the previous 14 days to board flights to Brazil. There are exemptions, including for resident foreigners, close family members of Brazilian nationals (partners/spouses, children, and parents/guardians), accredited government officials, and professionals working for international organisations. This exemption is subject to a requirement to quarantine on arrival in Brazil for 14 days. Some British nationals have been denied boarding by airlines. You should check with the airline before buying a ticket to confirm you will be allowed to board.
    Entry is subject to regular entry requirements. In addition, with effect from 30/12/20, anyone travelling to Brazil by air needs to present to the airline company at check-in documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding in English, Spanish or Portuguese. All children under the age of 2 are exempt from the requirement to present a negative test. Children under the age of 12 who are accompanied by adult(s) who have proof of a negative test are also exempt.
    With effect from 30 December 2020, all travellers to Brazil are required to complete aTravelers Health Declaration form within 72 hours of boarding. This can be done online. The English version is availablehere. Further information is available on the website of Brazil’s Consulate General.
    *Transiting Brazil, by air: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land.
    *Entry by land: Brazil has closed some of its land borders, except to Brazilian citizens, resident foreign nationals and foreign spouses, children, parents or guardians of a Brazilian national. The land border with Paraguay is now open.
    *Transiting over land : If you’re in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from your embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: The Brazilian government has also imposed a ban on foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location on Brazilian territory regardless of their nationality. The restriction does not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national. Disembarking will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the country of residence.
    .

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city. The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country. There are additional local requirements for the compulsory use of masks in other places, such as shops and gyms, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília. Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    *Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, each state will determine local measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and this includes regulation on the opening of non-essential services (shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities). You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. It’s highly possible that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice.

    Read more
    02.02.2021
  • Brazil Latest News: Brazilian government bans entry of foreigners by land, coastal borders because of new COVID-19 strain (Star Online, 25.12.2020). Brazilian government will ban flights from U.K. starting 25 December (Dayton Daily, 23.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry by air: As of 25th December 2020, Brazil has temporarily suspended all direct flights from or via the UK and has temporarily suspended permission for foreigners who have been in the UK during the previous 14 days to board flights to Brazil. Some British Nationals, including residents of Brazil, have been denied boarding by airlines as a result. If in doubt, you should check with the airline before purchasing a ticket or heading to the airport. Resident foreigners who have been in the UK during the previous 14 days will need to quarantine on arrival for 14 days. Entry is subject to regular entry requirements. In addition, with effect from 30/12/20, anyone travelling to Brazil by air needs to present to the airline company at check-in documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding in English, Spanish or Portuguese. All children under the age of 2 are exempt from the requirement to present a negative test. Children under the age of 12 who are accompanied by adult(s) who have proof of a negative test are also exempt. With effect from 30/12/20, all travellers to Brazil are required to complete aTravelers Health Declaration form within 72 hours of boarding. This can be done online. The English version is available here. Further information is available on the website of your nearest Brazilian consulate.
    *Entry by land: Brazil has closed some of its land borders, except to Brazilian citizens, resident foreign nationals and foreign spouses, children, parents or guardians of a Brazilian national. The land border with Paraguay is now open. Transiting: If you’re in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should get in touch with the British Embassy or Consular. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: The Brazilian government has also imposed a ban on foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location on Brazilian territory regardless of their nationality. The restriction does not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national.
    Disembarking will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city. The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country. There are additional local requirements for the compulsory use of masks in other places, such as shops and gyms, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília. Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    *Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, each state will determine local measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and this includes regulation on the opening of non-essential services (shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities). You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. It’s highly possible that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice.

    Read more
    22.01.2021
  • Brazil Latest News: Brazilian government bans entry of foreigners by land, coastal borders because of new COVID-19 strain (Star Online, 25.12.2020). Brazilian government will ban flights from U.K. starting 25 December (Dayton Daily, 23.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry by air: As of 25th December 2020, Brazil has temporarily suspended all direct flights from or via the UK and has temporarily suspended permission for foreigners who have been in the UK during the previous 14 days to board flights to Brazil. Some British Nationals, including residents of Brazil, have been denied boarding by airlines as a result. If in doubt, you should check with the airline before purchasing a ticket or heading to the airport. Resident foreigners who have been in the UK during the previous 14 days will need to quarantine on arrival for 14 days. Entry is subject to regular entry requirements. In addition, with effect from 30/12/20, anyone travelling to Brazil by air needs to present to the airline company at check-in documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding in English, Spanish or Portuguese. All children under the age of 2 are exempt from the requirement to present a negative test. Children under the age of 12 who are accompanied by adult(s) who have proof of a negative test are also exempt. With effect from 30/12/20, all travellers to Brazil are required to complete aTravelers Health Declaration form within 72 hours of boarding. This can be done online. The English version is available here. Further information is available on the website of your nearest Brazilian consulate.
    *Entry by land: Brazil has closed some of its land borders, except to Brazilian citizens, resident foreign nationals and foreign spouses, children, parents or guardians of a Brazilian national. The land border with Paraguay is now open. Transiting: If you’re in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should get in touch with the British Embassy or Consular. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: The Brazilian government has also imposed a ban on foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location on Brazilian territory regardless of their nationality. The restriction does not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national.
    Disembarking will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city. The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country. There are additional local requirements for the compulsory use of masks in other places, such as shops and gyms, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília. Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    *Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, Many non-essential services that were closed (i.e. restaurants, shops and bars) are now starting to reopen in some cities. Some tourist attractions, cinemas and theatres remain closed, and in Rio de Janeiro access to the beach is restricted to exercise only. In practice this means that you can now go to the beach, but that the barracas which rent out umbrellas and chairs are not operating.

    Read more
    16.01.2021
  • Brazil Latest News: Brazilian government bans entry of foreigners by land, coastal borders because of new COVID-19 strain (Star Online, 25.12.2020). Brazilian government will ban flights from U.K. starting 25 December (Dayton Daily, 23.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry by air: Foreign nationals are allowed to enter Brazil by air. This is subject to regular entry requirements. In addition, with effect from 30/12/20, anyone travelling to Brazil by air needs to present to the airline company documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding. They will also be required to complete a Travelers Health Declaration form. Further information is available on the website of Brazil’s Consulate General.
    Entry to Brazil by non-resident foreign nationals by air is permitted, however as of 25 December 2020, Brazil has temporarily suspended permission for those who have been in the UK during the previous 14 days to embark any flight to Brazil. There are restrictions on non-resident foreign nationals entering by land or sea.
    *Entry by land: Brazil has closed some of its land borders, except to Brazilian citizens, resident foreign nationals and foreign spouses, children, parents or guardians of a Brazilian national. The land border with Paraguay is now open.
    *Transiting: If you’re in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should get in touch with the British Embassy or Consular. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: The Brazilian government has also imposed a ban on foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location on Brazilian territory regardless of their nationality. The restriction does not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national.
    Disembarking will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city. The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country. There are additional local requirements for the compulsory use of masks in other places, such as shops and gyms, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília. Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    *Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, Many non-essential services that were closed (i.e. restaurants, shops and bars) are now starting to reopen in some cities. Some tourist attractions, cinemas and theatres remain closed, and in Rio de Janeiro access to the beach is restricted to exercise only. In practice this means that you can now go to the beach, but that the barracas which rent out umbrellas and chairs are not operating.

    Read more
    25.12.2020
  • Brazil Latest News: Brazilian government will ban flights from U.K. starting 25 December (Dayton Daily, 23.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry by air: Foreign nationals are allowed to enter Brazil by air. This is subject to regular entry requirements. In addition, with effect from 30/12/20, anyone travelling to Brazil by air needs to present to the airline company documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding. They will also be required to complete a Travelers Health Declaration form. Further information is available on the website of Brazil’s Consulate General.
    *Entry by land: Brazil has closed some of its land borders, except to Brazilian citizens, resident foreign nationals and foreign spouses, children, parents or guardians of a Brazilian national. The land border with Paraguay is now open.
    *Transiting: If you’re in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should get in touch with the British Embassy or Consular. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: The Brazilian government has also imposed a ban on foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location on Brazilian territory regardless of their nationality. The restriction does not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national.
    Disembarking will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city. The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country. There are additional local requirements for the compulsory use of masks in other places, such as shops and gyms, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília. Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    *Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, Many non-essential services that were closed (i.e. restaurants, shops and bars) are now starting to reopen in some cities. Some tourist attractions, cinemas and theatres remain closed, and in Rio de Janeiro access to the beach is restricted to exercise only. In practice this means that you can now go to the beach, but that the barracas which rent out umbrellas and chairs are not operating.

    Read more
    23.12.2020
  • Brazil Latest News: Extension of travel restrictions on land and sea borders through at least 23 October (OSAC, 28.09.2020) Government authorizes entry of foreigners through airports (Prensa Latina, 26.09.2020). Government reopens international air travel to foreign tourists (Reuters, 29.07.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry by air: Foreign nationals are allowed to enter Brazil by air. This is subject to regular entry requirements. In addition, with effect from 30/12/20, anyone travelling to Brazil by air needs to present to the airline company documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding. They will also be required to complete a Travelers Health Declaration form. Further information is available on the website of Brazil’s Consulate General.
    *Entry by land: Brazil has closed some of its land borders, except to Brazilian citizens, resident foreign nationals and foreign spouses, children, parents or guardians of a Brazilian national. The land border with Paraguay is now open.
    *Transiting: If you’re in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should get in touch with the British Embassy or Consular. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: The Brazilian government has also imposed a ban on foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location on Brazilian territory regardless of their nationality. The restriction does not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national.
    Disembarking will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city. The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country. There are additional local requirements for the compulsory use of masks in other places, such as shops and gyms, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília. Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    *Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, Many non-essential services that were closed (i.e. restaurants, shops and bars) are now starting to reopen in some cities. Some tourist attractions, cinemas and theatres remain closed, and in Rio de Janeiro access to the beach is restricted to exercise only. In practice this means that you can now go to the beach, but that the barracas which rent out umbrellas and chairs are not operating.

    Read more
    21.12.2020
  • Brazil Latest News: Extension of travel restrictions on land and sea borders through at least 23 October (OSAC, 28.09.2020) Government authorizes entry of foreigners through airports (Prensa Latina, 26.09.2020). Government reopens international air travel to foreign tourists (Reuters, 29.07.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry by air: Foreign nationals are allowed to enter Brazil by air. This is subject to regular entry requirements.
    *Entry by land: Brazil has closed some of its land borders, except to Brazilian citizens, resident foreign nationals and foreign spouses, children, parents or guardians of a Brazilian national. The land border with Paraguay is now open.
    *Transiting by land: If you’re in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from your Embassy and on presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil.
    *Sea ports: The Brazilian government has also imposed a ban on foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location on Brazilian territory regardless of their nationality. The restriction does not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national.
    Disembarking will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel.
    *Testing: According to a Presidential decree of 17 December and to come into effect from 30 December 2020, all travellers arriving from outside of Brazil (both Brazilians and foreigners) will need to present a negative RT-PCR test for Covid-19 to the airline before boarding a flight. The test must be performed 72h before departure.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city. The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country. There are additional local requirements for the compulsory use of masks in other places, such as shops and gyms, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília. Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    *Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, Many non-essential services that were closed (i.e. restaurants, shops and bars) are now starting to reopen in some cities. Some tourist attractions, cinemas and theatres remain closed, and in Rio de Janeiro access to the beach is restricted to exercise only. In practice this means that you can now go to the beach, but that the barracas which rent out umbrellas and chairs are not operating.

    Read more
    18.12.2020
  • Brazil Latest News: Extension of travel restrictions on land and sea borders through at least 23 October (OSAC, 28.09.2020) Government authorizes entry of foreigners through airports (Prensa Latina, 26.09.2020). Government reopens international air travel to foreign tourists (Reuters, 29.07.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    Brazil has reopened air borders. Limited direct commercial flights are operating. *Entry to Brazil: *Entry by air- Foreign nationals are allowed to enter Brazil by air. This is subject to regular entry requirements. * Entry by land: Brazil has closed some of its land borders, except to Brazilian citizens, resident foreign nationals and foreign spouses, children, parents or guardians of a Brazilian national. The land border with Paraguay is now open.
    Transiting: If you’re in a bordering country and need to cross the land border to board a flight back to your country of residence, you should get in touch with your Embassy or Consulate. You will be permitted to enter Brazil with authorisation from the Federal Police following an official request from the Embassy/ Consulate and upon presentation of flight tickets. You should travel straight to the airport once in Brazil. *Sea ports: The Brazilian government has also imposed a ban on foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location on Brazilian territory regardless of their nationality. The restriction does not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national. Disembarking will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the country of residence.
    *Transiting Brazil: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. If you intend to transit by land, please read Entry by land.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city. The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country. There are additional local requirements for the compulsory use of masks in other places, such as shops and gyms, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília. Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    *Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, Many non-essential services that were closed (i.e. restaurants, shops and bars) are now starting to reopen in some cities. Some tourist attractions, cinemas and theatres remain closed, and in Rio de Janeiro access to the beach is restricted to exercise only. In practice this means that you can now go to the beach, but that the barracas which rent out umbrellas and chairs are not operating.

    Read more
    28.10.2020
  • Brazil Latest News: Extension of travel restrictions on land and sea borders through at least 23 October (OSAC, 28.09.2020) Government authorizes entry of foreigners through airports (Prensa Latina, 26.09.2020). Government reopens international air travel to foreign tourists (Reuters, 29.07.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    Brazil has reopened air borders. Limited direct commercial flights are operating. Non-resident foreign nationals are allowed to enter Brazil by air, except at airports in the states of Mato Grosso do Sul, Paraiba, Rondonia, Rio Grande do Sul and Tocantins. This is subject to regular entry requirements. Short term travellers staying up to 90 days in Brazil will need to present the airline company proof of travel insurance with complete coverage for the duration of their stay. Brazil has closed its land borders, except to Brazilian citizens, resident foreign nationals and foreign spouses, children, parents or guardians of a Brazilian national (until 28 August). The Brazilian government has also imposed a ban on foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location on Brazilian territory regardless of their nationality. The restriction does not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national.
    Transit: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Brazil: Restrictions vary from city to city. The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country. There are additional local requirements for the compulsory use of masks in other places, such as shops and gyms, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília. Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    *Accommodation: Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available.
    *Public spaces and services: The situation varies around Brazil, Many non-essential services that were closed (i.e. restaurants, shops and bars) are now starting to reopen in some cities. Some tourist attractions, cinemas and theatres remain closed, and in Rio de Janeiro access to the beach is restricted to exercise only. In practice this means that you can now go to the beach, but that the barracas which rent out umbrellas and chairs are not operating.

    Read more
    20.10.2020
  • Brazil Government reopens international air travel to foreign tourists (Reuters, 29.07.2020)

    *****

    International restrictions:

    Brazil has reopened air borders. Limited direct commercial flights are operating. Non-resident foreign nationals are allowed to enter Brazil by air, except at airports in the states of Mato Grosso do Sul, Paraiba, Rondonia, Rio Grande do Sul and Tocantins. This is subject to regular entry requirements. Short term travellers staying up to 90 days in Brazil will need to present the airline company proof of travel insurance with complete coverage for the duration of their stay. Brazil has closed its land borders, except to Brazilian citizens, resident foreign nationals and foreign spouses, children, parents or guardians of a Brazilian national (until 28 August). The Brazilian government has also imposed a ban on foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location on Brazilian territory regardless of their nationality. The restriction does not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national.
    ** Transit: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Restrictions vary from city to city. The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country. There are additional local requirements for the compulsory use of masks in other places, such as shops and gyms, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília. Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine. Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available. The situation varies around Brazil, Many non-essential services that were closed (i.e. restaurants, shops and bars) are now starting to reopen in some cities. Some tourist attractions, cinemas and theatres remain closed, and in Rio de Janeiro access to the beach is restricted to exercise only. In practice this means that you can now go to the beach, but that the barracas which rent out umbrellas and chairs are not operating. Face masks are mandatory in public in cities including Belo Horizonte, Rio de Janeiro, Santa Catarina, Brasilia, Salvador, and Sao Paulo.

    Read more
    31.08.2020
  • Brazil Government reopens international air travel to foreign tourists (Reuters, 29.07.2020)

    *****

    International restrictions:

    Limited direct commercial flights are operating. Non-resident foreign nationals are allowed to enter Brazil by air, except at airports in the states of Mato Grosso do Sul, Paraiba, Rondonia, Rio Grande do Sul and Tocantins. This is subject to regular entry requirements. Short term travellers staying up to 90 days in Brazil will need to present the airline company proof of travel insurance with complete coverage for the duration of their stay. Brazil has closed its land borders, except to Brazilian citizens, resident foreign nationals and foreign spouses, children, parents or guardians of a Brazilian national (until 28 August). The Brazilian government has also imposed a ban on foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location on Brazilian territory regardless of their nationality. The restriction does not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national.
    ** Transit: Passengers are allowed to freely transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Restrictions vary from city to city. The use of face masks in streets, public spaces such as parks, and on public transport including taxis is mandatory across the country. There are additional local requirements for the compulsory use of masks in other places, such as shops and gyms, in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília. Social isolation measures have been lifted to an extent in some parts of the country, but localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine. Some accommodation options are open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents. Check with your accommodation provider what facilities, including restaurants, are available. The situation varies around Brazil, Many non-essential services that were closed (i.e. restaurants, shops and bars) are now starting to reopen in some cities. Some tourist attractions, cinemas and theatres remain closed, and in Rio de Janeiro access to the beach is restricted to exercise only. In practice this means that you can now go to the beach, but that the barracas which rent out umbrellas and chairs are not operating. Face masks are mandatory in public in cities including Belo Horizonte, Rio de Janeiro, Santa Catarina, Brasilia, Salvador, and Sao Paulo.

    Read more
    31.07.2020
  • Brazil *****

    International restrictions:

    There are a number of scheduled flights to Europe and the US, but capacity is limited.Passengers are allowed to transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel.
    Foreign passengers are currently prohibited from entering Brazil. There are some exceptions, including: foreigners resident in Brazil; foreign spouses, children, parents or guardians of a Brazilian national; passengers in international transit as long as they do not leave international airport area; airline crews. Other exceptions may apply. Brazil has closed its land borders, except to Brazilian citizens and resident foreign nationals. The Brazilian government has also imposed a ban on foreigners disembarking in any port or other maritime location on Brazilian territory regardless of their nationality. The restriction does not apply to resident foreigners and foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national. Disembarking will only be permitted when medical assistance is required or to catch a connecting flight back to the country of residence.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Restrictions vary from city to city. The use of face masks in public, including on public transport and in taxis and in shops (where open) is now compulsory in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília. Localised lockdowns continue to varying degrees. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them. Failing to comply with these rules may result in a fine.
    Some accommodation options remain open such as hotels, hostels and private rentals but this varies area by area. Some popular beach areas remain closed to non-residents.
    Set out any local regulations on shops, restaurants, bars, beaches, other leisure activities, large gatherings, particularly focused on actions BNs will need to take and steps that local authorities may take e.g. closing beaches
    The situation varies around Brazil with many non-essential services that were closed (i.e. restaurants, shops and bars) now starting to reopen. Tourist attractions, cinemas and theatres many remain closed and in Rio de Janeiro access to the beach is restricted to exercise only. In practice this means that you can now go to the beach, but that the barracas which rent out umbrellas and chairs are not operating.

    Read more
    10.07.2020
  • Brazil *****

    International restrictions:

    The Brazilian Government is currently banning the entry for all foreign passengers by air. Brazil extended the decree that foreigners are banned from entering the country by air, land, and sea for 15 days (through July 5).
    There are some exceptions, including: foreigners resident in Brazil, foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national, passengers in international transit as long as they do not leave international airport area, airline crew. All air, land, and sea borders will remain closed to foreign nationals until 29 July. Those in the following categories are exempt: Brazilian citizens, born or naturalized; Permanent residents of Brazil; Foreign professionals employed by a non-governmental aid organization recognized by the Brazilian government; Foreign officials accredited by the Brazilian government; Spouse, domestic partner, son or daughter, father or mother, or caregiver of a Brazilian citizen; Any person whose entrance into Brazil is deemed by the government to be in the public interest; and travelers in transit.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    In many parts of the country non-essential services are closed, including many shops, bars, restaurants, and gyms. In some cases local and intercity transport has also been suspended or is operating a reduced service. Supermarkets, bakeries, pharmacies and health centres remain open and many restaurants are offering food delivery services. Individual cities in Brazil are taking different approaches to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The use of face masks in public and in some private areas providing essential services (such as supermarkets) is now compulsory in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília. Some cities such as Belém do Pará, São Luis do Maranhão and Fortaleza are also operating under lockdown restrictions.
    São Paulo’s Governor João Doria announced on June 26, that the existing quarantine restrictions introduced due to the COVID-19 pandemic will be extended until July 14. Despite the extension of quarantine orders, the city of São Paulo and 14 municipalities in Greater São Paulo are due to enter the “yellow phase” from Monday, July 6, and restaurants, bars, and beauty salons will be able to reopen. Most parts of São Paulo state, however, will remain in the “red phase”, which is the most restrictive. Several regions have also regressed into the “red phase” following a recent rise of COVID-19 cases, including the regions of Aracatuba, Rio Preto, Sorocaba, Bauru, and Franca. Further details on the extension and/or easing of COVID-19 measures are available on São Paulo’s government website (please copy and paste link into your browser): https://www.saopaulo.sp.gov.br/coronavirus/
    You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them.

    Read more
    06.07.2020
  • Brazil *****

    International restrictions:

    The Brazilian Government is currently banning the entry for all foreign passengers by air. Brazil extended the decree that foreigners are banned from entering the country by air, land, and sea for 15 days (through July 5).
    There are some exceptions, including: foreigners resident in Brazil, foreign spouses, children, parents or custodians of a Brazilian national, passengers in international transit as long as they do not leave international airport area, airline crew. On June 20, Brazil extended the current ban on foreigners entering the country by air, land, and sea for an additional 15 days (through July 5). Those in the following categories are exempt: Brazilian citizens, born or naturalized; Permanent residents of Brazil; Foreign professionals employed by a non-governmental aid organization recognized by the Brazilian government; Foreign officials accredited by the Brazilian government; Spouse, domestic partner, son or daughter, father or mother, or caregiver of a Brazilian citizen; Any person whose entrance into Brazil is deemed by the government to be in the public interest; and travelers in transit.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    In many parts of the country non-essential services are closed, including many shops, bars, restaurants, and gyms. In some cases local and intercity transport has also been suspended or is operating a reduced service. Supermarkets, bakeries, pharmacies and health centres remain open and many restaurants are offering food delivery services. Individual cities in Brazil are taking different approaches to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The use of face masks in public and in some private areas providing essential services (such as supermarkets) is now compulsory in various cities including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília. Some cities such as Belém do Pará, São Luis do Maranhão and Fortaleza are also operating under lockdown restrictions. You should refer to official guidance in your location for details of what preventative measures are in place and how you can comply with them.

    Read more
    26.06.2020
  • Brazil Passengers are not allowed to enter until 4 July 2020.
    – This does not apply to nationals and residents of Brazil.
    – This does not apply to immediate family member of a national of Brazil. Spouses of a national of Brazil must have a Brazilian marriage certificate. If the certificate is not issued by Brazil, it must be apostilled by a consulate. A non-official translation in Portuguese is also required.

    *****

    International restrictions:

    Brazil has restricted the entry of all travelers who are not citizens, residents, government employees and their family members, immediate family members of citizens, diplomats, travelers with authorization from the government, travelers with a National Migration Registry, or travelers in transit who do not leave the international area of the airport. Spouses of Brazilian nationals must have a Brazilian marriage certificate to enter the country. If the certificate is not issued by Brazil, it must be apostilled by a consulate and be accompanied by a non-official translation in Portuguese. Technical landings to refuel where passengers of restricted entry do not disembark may also enter the country.
    Land borders remain closed with exemptions for trucks carrying essential goods and people on humanitarian missions who have a permit. These countries include: Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname and Venezuela.
    Land border with Uruguay is closed. There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country. Flights from Brazil to the US to pickup as outlined on the US embassy website.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The US embassy has advised travellers to be prepared for restrictions to be put in place with little-to-no advance warning. In Bahia, and Rio de Janeiro state, the authorities have suspended intercity public transport across the state. Cities have been implementing lockdown measures: some municipalities in
    Para state until 24 May. Recife (the capital of Pernambuco state) along with three other cities in the state will be on lockdown until 30 May. Rio de Janeiro has imposed vehicular restrictions in ten of the city’s districts beginning. Sao Paulo has a quarantine measure in place until 31 May. Gyms, hair salons, and beauty parlours will be included in the list of “essential services” and will be allowed to operate.

    Read more
    23.06.2020
  • Brazil Extension of country’s border closures through to 21 June (OASC, 27.05.20)

    Brazil has restricted the entry of all travelers who are not citizens, residents, government employees and their family members, immediate family members of citizens, diplomats, travelers with authorization from the government, travelers with a National Migration Registry, or travelers in transit who do not leave the international area of the airport. Spouses of Brazilian nationals must have a Brazilian marriage certificate to enter the country. If the certificate is not issued by Brazil, it must be apostilled by a consulate and be accompanied by a non-official translation in Portuguese. Technical landings to refuel where passengers of restricted entry do not disembark may also enter the country.

    Land borders remain closed with exemptions for trucks carrying essential goods and people on humanitarian missions who have a permit. These countries include: Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname and Venezuela.
    Land border with Uruguay is closed.

    Outbound restrictions:

    There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country. Flights from Brazil to the US to pickup as outlined on the US embassy website.

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    The US embassy has advised travellers to be prepared for restrictions to be put in place with little-to-no advance warning. In Bahia, and Rio de Janeiro state, the authorities have suspended intercity public transport across the state. Cities have been implementing lockdown measures: some municipalities in
    Para state until 24 May. Recife (the capital of Pernambuco state) along with three other cities in the state will be on lockdown until 30 May. Rio de Janeiro has imposed vehicular restrictions in ten of the city’s districts beginning. Sao Paulo has a quarantine measure in place until 31 May. Gyms, hair salons, and beauty parlours will be included in the list of “essential services” and will be allowed to operate.

    Read more
    01.06.2020
  • Brazil Brazil has restricted the entry of all travelers who are not citizens, residents, government employees and their family members, immediate family members of citizens, diplomats, travelers with authorization from the government, travelers with a National Migration Registry, or travelers in transit who do not leave the international area of the airport. Spouses of Brazilian nationals must have a Brazilian marriage certificate to enter the country. If the certificate is not issued by Brazil, it must be apostilled by a consulate and be accompanied by a non-official translation in Portuguese. Technical landings to refuel where passengers of restricted entry do not disembark may also enter the country.

    Inbound restrictions:

    Until 28 May all foreign travellers are banned entry into the country. Exceptions include: citizens and residents, family members of Brazilians, diplomats and persons traveling on behalf of the Brazilian government and crew. All-cargo operations are permitted. Also, foreigners who are in one of the land border countries and need to cross to Brazil to board a repatriation flight may enter Brazil with authorisation from Federal Police, provided the traveller goes directly to the airport, ticket in hand, and authorised by the respective embassy or consulate of both countries. All land borders with neighbouring countries are closed until 29 May. These countries include: Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname and Venezuela. Land border with Uruguay is closed until further notice. Nationals from their respective countries may enter. Brazilian nationals and residents are exempt from entry restrictions, as well as humanitarian aid and cargo trucks.

    Outbound restrictions:

    There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country. Flights from Brazil to the US to pickup as outlined on the US embassy website.

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    The US embassy has advised travellers to be prepared for restrictions to be put in place with little-to-no advance warning. In Bahia, and Rio de Janeiro state, the authorities have suspended intercity public transport across the state. Cities have been implementing lockdown measures: some municipalities in Para state until 24 May. Recife (the capital of Pernambuco state) along with three other cities in the state will be on lockdown until 30 May. Rio de Janeiro has imposed vehicular restrictions in ten of the city’s districts beginning. Sao Paulo has a quarantine measure in place until 31 May. Gyms, hair salons, and beauty parlours will be included in the list of “essential services” and will be allowed to operate.

    Read more
    25.05.2020
  • Brazil

    Inbound restrictions:

    Until 28 May all foreign travellers are banned entry into the country. Exceptions include: citizens and residents, family members of Brazilians, diplomats and persons traveling on behalf of the Brazilian government and crew. All-cargo operations are permitted. Also, foreigners who are in one of the land border countries and need to cross to Brazil to board a repatriation flight may enter Brazil with authorisation from Federal Police, provided the traveller goes directly to the airport, ticket in hand, and authorised by the respective embassy or consulate of both countries. All land borders with neighbouring countries are closed until 29 May. These countries include: Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname and Venezuela. Land border with Uruguay is closed until further notice. Nationals from their respective countries may enter. Brazilian nationals and residents are exempt from entry restrictions, as well as humanitarian aid and cargo trucks.

    Outbound restrictions:

    There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country. Flights from Brazil to the US to pickup as outlined on the US embassy website.

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    The US embassy has advised travellers to be prepared for restrictions to be put in place with little-to-no advance warning. In Bahia, and Rio de Janeiro state, the authorities have suspended intercity public transport across the state. Cities have been implementing lockdown measures: some municipalities in Para state until 24 May. Recife (the capital of Pernambuco state) along with three other cities in the state will be on lockdown until 30 May. Rio de Janeiro has imposed vehicular restrictions in ten of the city’s districts beginning. Sao Paulo has a quarantine measure in place until 31 May. Gyms, hair salons, and beauty parlours will be included in the list of “essential services” and will be allowed to operate.

    Read more
    22.05.2020
  • Brazil Governor of Sao Paulo extends COVID-19 quarantine to 31 May (Bloomberg, 08.05.2020) Passengers are not allowed to enter Brazil. This does not apply to: – Nationals of Brazil; – Passengers who reside in Brazil; – Foreign professionals in a mission in the service of an international body, if it is duly identified; – Foreign employee accredited to the Brazilian Government; – Immediate family member of a national of Brazil; – Passengers with an authorization issued by Brazilian Government; – Passengers with a National Migration Registry; – Technical landing to refuel where passengers of restricted nationalities are not disembarking; – Passengers in international transit if they do not leave the international area of the airport and the country of destination admits their entry.

    Inbound restrictions:

    Until 28 May all foreign travellers are banned entry into the country. Exceptions include: citizens and residents, family members of Brazilians, diplomats and persons traveling on behalf of the Brazilian government and crew. All-cargo operations are permitted. Also, foreigners who are in one of the land border countries and need to cross to Brazil to board a repatriation flight may enter Brazil with authorisation from Federal Police, provided the traveller goes directly to the airport, ticket in hand, and authorised by the respective embassy or consulate of both countries. All land borders with neighbouring countries are closed until 29 May. These countries include: Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname and Venezuela. Land border with Uruguay is closed until 20 May. Brazilian nationals and residents are exempt from entry restrictions, as well as humanitarian aid and cargo trucks.

    Outbound restrictions:

    There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    In Bahia, and Rio de Janeiro state, the authorities have suspended intercity public transport across the state. Cities have been implementing lockdown measures. Sao Luis (Maranhao state) lockdown is in place until 14 May. Fortaleza (Ceara state) from 8 May until 20 May. Some municipalities in Para state from 7 May until 17 May. Recife (the capital of Pernambuco state) along with three other cities in the state will be on lockdown from 16 May – 30 May. Rio de Janeiro will impose vehicular restrictions in ten of the city’s districts beginning on 12 May. Sao Paulo governor has extended the quarantine until 31 May. On 11 May, President Bolsonaro announced that gyms, hair salons, and beauty parlors will be included in the list of “essential services” and will be allowed to operate.

    Source: https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/international-travel-document-news/1580226297.htm https://br.usembassy.gov/covid-19-information/ International SOS

    Read more
    12.05.2020
  • Brazil Governor of Sao Paulo extends COVID-19 quarantine to 31 May (Bloomberg, 08.05.2020)

    Passengers are not allowed to enter Brazil.
    This does not apply to: – Nationals of Brazil; – Passengers who reside in Brazil; – Foreign professionals in a mission in the service of an international body, if it is duly identified; – Foreign employee accredited to the Brazilian Government; – Immediate family member of a national of Brazil; – Passengers with an authorization issued by Brazilian Government; – Passengers with a National Migration Registry; – Technical landing to refuel where passengers of restricted nationalities are not disembarking; – Passengers in international transit if they do not leave the international area of the airport and the country of destination admits their entry.

    Inbound restrictions:

    Until 28 May all foreign travellers are banned entry into the country. Exceptions include: citizens and residents, family members of Brazilians, diplomats and persons traveling on behalf of the Brazilian government and crew. All-cargo operations are permitted. Also, foreigners who are in one of the land border countries and need to cross to Brazil to board a repatriation flight may enter Brazil with authorisation from Federal Police, provided the traveller goes directly to the airport, ticket in hand, and authorised by the respective embassy or consulate of both countries. All land borders with neighbouring countries are closed until 29 May. These countries include: Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname and Venezuela. Land border with Uruguay is closed until 20 May. Brazilian nationals and residents are exempt from entry restrictions, as well as humanitarian aid and cargo trucks.

    Outbound restrictions:

    There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    The US embassy has advised travellers to be prepared for restrictions to be put in place with little-to-no advance warning. In Bahia, and Rio de Janeiro state, the authorities have suspended intercity public transport across the state. Cities have been implementing lockdown measures. Sao Luis (Maranhao state) lockdown is in place until 14 May. Fortaleza (Ceara state) from 8 May until 20 May. Some municipalities in Para state from 7 May until 17 May.

    Read more
    10.05.2020
  • Source Foreign travel advice, Gov.UK/
    US State Dept. COVID-19 Country Specific Information/
    Ministry of Health/
    #South America, #, #, #, #, #, #, #, #, #