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Sao Paulo, BRAZIL: With a city landscape behind, an aircraft of Brazilian airline Gol takes off from the Congonhas domestic airport in Sao Paulo, Brazil, 02 April 2007. On the weekend, airports struggled to get passengers back in the air after a strike by air traffic controllers who demanded systemic fixes since Brazil's worst air traffic disaster six months ago, killing 154 passengers. An hours-long air traffic controllers' strike, which ended late Friday, grounded 80 percent of air passenger traffic. Brazilian domestic airlines claiming losses of 48.5 million dollars in a six-month tussle with air traffic controllers sought compensation Sunday from the government.  AFP PHOTO/Mauricio LIMA (Photo credit should read MAURICIO LIMA/AFP/Getty Images)
Sao Paulo, BRAZIL: With a city landscape behind, an aircraft of Brazilian airline Gol takes off from the Congonhas domestic airport in Sao Paulo, Brazil, 02 April 2007. On the weekend, airports struggled to get passengers back in the air after a strike by air traffic controllers who demanded systemic fixes since Brazil's worst air traffic disaster six months ago, killing 154 passengers. An hours-long air traffic controllers' strike, which ended late Friday, grounded 80 percent of air passenger traffic. Brazilian domestic airlines claiming losses of 48.5 million dollars in a six-month tussle with air traffic controllers sought compensation Sunday from the government.  AFP PHOTO/Mauricio LIMA (Photo credit should read MAURICIO LIMA/AFP/Getty Images)

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Más vuelos entre Brasil y EE.UU. serán possibles tras ratificación del Tratado de Cielos Abiertos

Se espera que el presidente de Brasil Michel Temer ratifique el Tratado de Cielos Abiertos con Estados Unidos. La semana pasada el senado brasileño aprobó el acuerdo. Esto supone retirar la limitación de vuelos semanales que había entre los dos países.