Dutch tour operator Corendon, which is also active in Belgium, will start selling holidays in Brazil from today. From November 2019, Corendon will fly in 10.5 hours with its own Boeing 737-800 aircraft from Amsterdam Schiphol to Natal, the seaside resort and capital of the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Norte. The flight will briefly stop in Banjul (Gambia) for refuelling.
Brazil is the first South American holiday destination of Corendon and also the first long-haul destination where Corendon Dutch Airlines flies with its own aircraft.
“In order to offer our customers more choice during the winter, we have added this gem of a destination. In addition to the large white beaches and an average temperature of 30 degrees during the European winter months, Brazil also offers the holidaymaker beautiful scenery, a vibrant nightlife and a delicious cuisine“, says Corendon CEO Steven van der Heijden.
The holidays in Brazil, where Corendon will offer around 15 hotels, are now also available via the travel agent.
Flights only are not available.