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153. Bombardiers Global 6000 Jet Obtains Brazilian Certification
Bombardier Aerospace has received full certification for its Global 6000 jet from the Agencia Nacional de Aviacao Civil in Brazil. Offering the ultimate in technology, this intrepid jet can link Sao Paulo with London, New York and Cairo, non-stop, with eight passengers and three to four crew.
154. CUSS Kiosks Now in Action at Sao Paulo Guarulhos
CUSS Kiosks Now in Action at So Paulo Guarulhos. One of South Americas busiest airports, So Paulo Guarulhos International (GRU), has installed the first common use self-service (CUSS) kiosks in Brazil. Provided by SITA, the kiosks allow passengers to check in for flights on Air Canada, Air France, KLM or LAN from any kiosk.
155. White Beach in Boracay Voted World's 7th Best Beach; Baia do Sancho in Brazil No. 1
TripAdvisor has unveiled the winners of its 2015 Travellers Choice Awards for Beaches. In its third year, the awards recognise the best beaches globally, including top lists for Africa, Asia, Caribbean, Europe, South America, the South Pacific, the U.K., and the U.S..
156. TAM Finalizes Order for 32 A320 Family Aircraft
TAM Airlines, Brazils largest airline has finalized a purchase agreement for 32 Airbus A320 aircraft, comprising of 22 A320neo and 10 A320 Family aircraft. The order follows a Memorandum of Understanding signed last February. The engine selection has not yet been revealed.
157. Source Markets Report Higher Tourism Spending
Both emerging and advanced economies fuelled growth, led by the United States which spent US$ 12 billion more on travel abroad. China spent US$ 8 billion more, consolidating its leadership as the biggest spender in the world. The Russian Federation spent US$ 7 billion more and Brazil US$ 5 billion more, both rebounding from weaker spending in previous years. Strong tourism expendit
158. SXC Gives Dutch Football Team Even More Incentive to Win World Cup in Brazil
Should the Dutch football team win the World Cup, the Dutch space travel company SXC has said it will give them an actual spaceflight, allowing each player to claim the official title Astronaut for the rest of his life. SXC Co-Founder Michiel Mol, said,
159. LAN to Increase Flights between Santiago and Rio de Janeiro
LAN to Increase Flights between Santiago and Rio de Janeiro. LAN is to add a third daily direct flight between Santiago, Chile, and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to meet peak season travel demand in the new year. The new seasonal flight will operate from 1 January until 1 May 2011.
160. Embraer to Layoff 900 Employees
Embraer has confirmed plans to layoff approximately 900 employees in Brazil, around 4.5% of its global workforce. The company stated that the decision stems from the impact caused by the ongoing global COVID19 pandemic as well as the cancellation of the companys partnership with Boeing.

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