Brazil deliberates over air travel rules
January 8, 2014
By Associated Press
RIO DE JANEIRO -- Five months from the start of the World Cup, Brazilian authorities seem unsure about how to handle the crunch of 500,000 international visitors expecting to rely on air travel for the month-long tournament.
The chief of staff for Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff said this week that a presidential decree was being considered to open more air routes to foreign carriers, partly aimed ...