From Monday, Aviaca Brasil will not work in Mato Grosso do Sul, announced on Wednesday that it would fly only four airports in the country. Activities will be concentrated in Congonhas (SP), Santos Dumont (RJ), Brazil and Salvador (BA).
Earlier this week, the company returned eight aircrafts to companies owning the aircraft. With the fleet down, it is estimated that about 1045 flights will be canceled throughout the country until next Sunday (28). In Mato Grosso do Sul, the number of flights canceled reaches 33 flights departing or leaving the Campo Grande.
In the process of court recovery, the company was forced by the courts to supply part of the fleet. Avianca Brasil will trade assets on May 7th. Gol and Latam are among the stakeholders.
To avoid flights being canceled, Infraero said Avianca Brasil would have to pay airport charges in advance. Payments are always made on the day before each flight and the purpose is not to harm passengers. The payment of the charges is used to make unloading, staying on airplanes and disembarking passengers. Previously, payment was made every 15 days.