Brazil’s Azul Airline Coming Home to U.S., Sort of

Brazil’s Azul Airline Coming Home to U.S., Sort of

JetBlue, as it’s known in the States, could soon be “kissing its cousin” at the Fort Lauderdale Airport.  FLL is contemplating getting closer to Brazil’s third-largest air carrier, Azul, a “cousin” of JetBlue, could be flying into FLL before the end of the year.  Of course, the crowd in Pompano are beside themselves in anticipation.

Read Shaun Bevan’s South Florida Business Journal article here:

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Manaus, Brazil:  On The Map After World Cup?

Manaus, Brazil: On The Map After World Cup?

Hot and Steamie!  That’s how we like our cities down here in the Tropics.  In this hemisphere, there are few hotter or steamier than Manaus, Brazil, gateway to the Amazon.  There were four (4) World Cup matches played in Manaus, between some very rich countries including: the United State, England, Italy, and Switzerland to nameContinue Reading

Silver Lining for Brazil:  The World Saw You, and It Liked What it Saw

Silver Lining for Brazil: The World Saw You, and It Liked What it Saw

The United States sent more tourists to the World Cup this year than any other country.  Few of those tourists expected the United States to compete for title, many of them just wanted to see and experience Brazil.  And by all accounts tourists from around the world went, they saw, they enjoyed.  So much so,Continue Reading

Rio De Janeiro is the ‘Marvelous City’, Really

Rio De Janeiro is the ‘Marvelous City’, Really

Rio de Janeiro is truly unique in geography, and sambas to its own rhythm.  Although it is a big, hectic city with a population of 6.3 million, its laid-back charm, its predilection for good times, its tropical vibe and, of course, its beaches make the Rio brand unmistakable.  The sheer stone mountains that drop intoContinue Reading

Amazon May Be Sweltering, But Brazil Still Wants You to Visit

Amazon May Be Sweltering, But Brazil Still Wants You to Visit

If you’ve been watching the World Cup lately, you may have taken not of how teams have wilted in the heat and humidity of Manaus.  But never mind all that, the Amazon offers many treasures that Brazil would like you to examine up close and personally.  From pink dolphins to ecolodges, Brazil hopes the WorldContinue Reading

Brazil Might Still Reap Economic Benefits from the World Cup

Brazil Might Still Reap Economic Benefits from the World Cup

After averaging 4.5 percent per year GDP growth over the last decade, Brazil has begun a two-year (2014-15) slowdown, stunted by falling commodity prices, rising inflation and wilting consumer confidence. Chest beating Brazil, leader of the BRIC countries, resource rich and business savvy, seems to have lost its mojo. Like a salesmen whose hit aContinue Reading