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Ranking of tourists flying to Brazil in summer 2022-23 is led by the US

According to a survey by Embratur’s Marketing and Competitive Intelligence Management with the International Air Transport Association (IATA), 801,110 airline tickets have already been purchased in the most varied countries of the world to enjoy Brazil between December 2022 and March 2023. The United States leads the ranking. There were 158,751 originating in the North American country, which corresponds to 19.81% of the total. The data presented by Embratur indicate the return of a heated summer of international tourism in Brazil. “Embratur has made good use of this moment of global tourism resumption to put Brazil back on the international market shelf, and numbers like these demonstrate the assertiveness of our actions”, says Embratur president Silvio Nascimento. The amount will still increase considerably, as 53.51% of travelers buy tickets between 0 and 59 days before departure, according to a study by ForwardKeys – a leading travel and analytics company and a partner of the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) . The number of 801,110 tickets purchased was raised up to November 9. The United States’ leadership is also a reflection of the Agency’s actions. Considered a priority market for the promotion of Brazil, in 2022, the North American country was the scene of two major advertising campaigns, four roadshows (Chicago, New York, Miami, and Los Angeles), a press trip with journalists and influencers taken to destinations in the Pantanal and Bonito, a famtour with local tour operators to Chapada dos Guimaraes and the Pantanal. The United States is the second largest source of tourists to Brazil (more than 590 thousand tourists in 2019) and is among the countries that spend the most in our territory (US$ 93 daily, on average). According to the Ministry of Tourism (2019), the motivation of 33% of Americans who visit Brazil is ecotourism and adventure, second only to sun and beach by a small difference (35%). Since 2019, Brazil does not require a visa for Americans to enter the country. The action also goes for Canada, Australia, and Japan. The facilitation of visas is a historical demand of entrepreneurs in the sector. – https://aeroin.net/ranking-de-turistas-voando-para-o-brasil-no-verao-2022-23-e-liderado-pelos-eua/