The adjustment will be applied to domestic and international departures carried out at airports managed by Infraero

Take flights from airports like Santos Dumont (Rio de Janeiro) and Congonhas (São Paulo) will be a little more expensive. Departure fees from public airports managed by the Brazilian Airport Infrastructure Company (Infraero) must be readjusted by 5.39%.

The announcement was made by National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) on January 16th, but the new values will only come into effect 30 days after the official disclosure by the airport operator.

According to the ANAC, the adjustment was applied considering the inflation accumulated between December 2017 and December 2018, measured by the variation of the IPCA – IBGE's Extended Consumer Price Index – and the factor for sharing expected variations in productivity (Factor X), in the case of boarding, connection, landing and permanence rates.

The maximum domestic departure fee to be paid by passengers will be increased from R$ 31.27 to R$ 32.95, and the maximum international departure fee will be increased from R$ 112.83 to R$ 115.82 (including the FNAC of US$ 18.00).

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Boarding fees are intended to remunerate the provision of services, facilities and facilities offered at airports.

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