Airline Flight Origin Foreseen Confirmed Terminal Gate Status
GOL Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes 0974526/03/2019 RIO LARGO / AL (MCZ) 05:20 05:20 TPS1 - Previsto Follow
LATAM Airlines 0318326/03/2019 Rio Branco / AC (RBR) 05:30 05:30 TPS1 - Previsto Follow
LATAM Airlines 0379026/03/2019 PORTO VELHO / RO (PVH) 05:30 05:30 TPS1 - Previsto Follow
LATAM Airlines 0471526/03/2019 RIO LARGO / AL (MCZ) 05:30 05:30 TPS1 - Previsto Follow
LATAM Airlines 0473526/03/2019 MARABÁ / PA (MAB) 05:35 05:35 TPS1 - Previsto Follow
LATAM Airlines 0476926/03/2019 SÃO LUÍS / MA (SLZ) 05:40 05:40 TPS1 - Previsto Follow
LATAM Airlines 0336426/03/2019 BELÉM / PA (BEL) 05:55 05:55 TPS1 - Previsto Follow
LATAM Airlines 0384126/03/2019 TERESINA / PI (THE) 05:55 05:55 TPS1 - Previsto Follow
LATAM Airlines 0337926/03/2019 FORTALEZA / CE (FOR) 06:00 06:00 TPS1 - Previsto Follow
LATAM Airlines 0308126/03/2019 SANTARÉM / PA (STM) 06:05 06:05 TPS1 - Previsto Follow
Airline Flight Destination Foreseen Confirmed Terminal Gate Status
Azul Linhas Aéreas Brasileiras 0252026/03/2019 CONFINS / MG (CNF) 05:55 05:55 TPS1 08 Previsto Follow
Azul Linhas Aéreas Brasileiras 0444126/03/2019 CAMPINAS / SP (VCP) 05:55 05:55 TPS1 11 Previsto Follow
Avianca 0619326/03/2019 GUARULHOS / SP (GRU) 05:55 05:55 TPS1 09 Previsto Follow
GOL Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes 0403126/03/2019 RIO DE JANEIRO / RJ (SDU) 06:10 06:10 TPS1 03 Previsto Follow
LATAM Airlines 0381326/03/2019 RIO DE JANEIRO / RJ (SDU) 06:15 06:15 TPS1 28 Previsto Follow
LATAM Airlines 0396726/03/2019 SÃO JOSÉ DOS PINHAIS / PR (CWB) 06:45 06:45 TPS1 25 Previsto Follow
LATAM Airlines 0322926/03/2019 VITÓRIA / ES (VIX) 06:50 06:50 TPS1 12 Previsto Follow
LATAM Airlines 0329026/03/2019 SALVADOR / BA (SSA) 06:50 06:50 TPS1 31 Previsto Follow
LATAM Airlines 0305726/03/2019 PORTO ALEGRE / RS (POA) 06:55 06:55 TPS1 17 Previsto Follow
LATAM Airlines 0307426/03/2019 RIO DE JANEIRO / RJ (GIG) 06:55 06:55 TPS1 30 Previsto Follow

ABOUT BRAZIL'S CAPITAL

Congresso Nacional

Brasília's History and Attractions

During the presidency of Juscelino Kubitschek in 1956, Brasília began to be built in order to be the new capital of Brazil - which, at the time, was located in Rio de Janeiro.

Inaugurated on April 21, 1960, the current federal capital is now the center of the country's power, Heritage listed by UNESCO and home to more than 2,4 million people.

Oscar Niemeyer, a Brazilian modernist architect, was responsible for designing the most famous and iconic public buildings in Brasília such as the Cathedral, the National Congress, the National Theatre and, most recently, the Digital TV Tower.