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97. Continental to Codeshare with TAM Airlines
Continental to Codeshare with TAM Airlines. Continental Airlines has signed a codeshare agreement with TAM Airlines for routes within Brazil and between Brazil and the U.S. beginning 1 July 2010.
98. Oetker Collection Expands to Americas
The Oetker Collection is to expand its portfolio with two new hotels set to launch in So Paulo, Brazil and New York, USA. The first is Palcio Tangar in South America. Located in the heart of the economic capital of Brazil, So Paulo, Palcio Tangar will open its doors in the spring of 2017. Built on the grounds of the renowned Burle Marx Park, whose gardens were designed by Rob
99. Boeing-Embraer Partnership Receives Shareholder Approval in Brazil
The proposed strategic partnership between Boeing and Embraer was approved by Embraer's shareholders during an Extraordinary General Shareholders' Meeting held on Tuesday at the company's headquarters in Brazil.
100. Six Senses to develop Hideaway and Latitude Resorts in Brazil
Six Senses to develop Hideaway and Latitude Resorts in Brazil. Six Senses Resorts & Spas is to develop two resorts in the Brazilian state of Alagoas. The properties are to be branded as Six Senses Hideaway and Six Senses Latitude. Located approximately 62 kilometres, or 33 nautical miles, north east of the state capital of Maceio, and 143 kilometres, or 77 nautical miles, north of
101. American Airlines Applauds Ratification of U.S.-Brazil Open Skies Agreement
American Airlines has applauded the United States and Brazilian governments for finalizing an Open Skies agreement that will allow for increased air services between the two countries.
102. Aircraft Required to Serve Brazilian Market to Nearly Triple by 2032
According to the latest Airbus Global Market Forecast (GMF) the Brazilian air travel market will need 1,324 aircraft by 2032 to address the countrys rising international and domestic air travel requirements. The 896 single-aisle, 353 twin-aisle and 75 very large aircraft (VLA) are forecast to help meet the rising demand from domestic and foreign carriers in Brazil almost tripling
103. Boeing Donation to Ayrton Senna Institute to Benefit 2 Million Students in Brazil
Boeing has confirmed that it will invest in a partnership with the Ayrton Senna Institute to boost STEM and comprehensive education over the three next years. The investment funds the Comprehensive Education program, which will help more than 2 million school children and youth with a quality education that builds the necessary skills for the 21st century, not only to ensure proper
104. Brazils Passaredo Linhas Areas Takes Delivery of First ATR 72-600; Orders More
Brazilian carrier Passaredo Linhas Areas has added the new ATR 72-600 into its fleet. The airline and the US-based leasing company Air Lease Corporation (ALC) have entered into an agreement for the introduction of four ATR 72-600s, and this week took delivery of the very first of these aircraft at the ATR facilities in Toulouse, France.

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