All Nippon Airways’ new link to Brazil

All Nippon Airways is now blowing up their links in Brazil with the signing of brand new code share collaboration with the TAM Airlines. Already, the Japanese airline has a code share collaboration with TAM which lets passengers on their Tokyo London airplane service to link onwards with TAM from London to Sao Paulo, and after that to Rio de Janeiro.
But, this collaboration would now be continued to offer Brazilian links from more cities in Europe, and onward services to a wider array of domestic places. From 26th October, 2014, the All Nippon Airways would begin code sharing on the flights of TAM Sao Paulo from both Frankfurt and Paris. And from Sao Paulo, the passengers would then be able to link to Belo Horizonte, Brasilia, Curitiba, Londrina and Manaus.
Along with these flights, All Nippon Airways also codeshares with German airline Lufthansa on Frankfurt and Sao Paulo, Frankfurt and Rio as well as Munich and Sao Paulo routes.
Meanwhile, Wings Travel Management is beefing up their foothold in Brazil after snatching the contract to offer total travel management services to Modec. The whole integration procedure is going on quite well and their Brazilian operations team is seeing the profits of being linked to Wings’ worldwide network of wholly owned offices, told Wings Travel Management’s Richard Karol.
He added that their Brazilian clients are gaining from a greater selection of negotiated airline fares as well as land supplier rates.