Cheapest Flights to Brazil

Flights to Brazil in 2021

Popular in

January

High demand for flights, 10% potential price rise

Cheapest in

September

Best time to find cheapest flights, 2% potential price drop

Average price

R9 667

Average for round-trip flights in May 2021

Round-trip from

R9 667

From Johannesburg OR Tambo to Brazil

One-way from

R138

One-way flight from Johannesburg to Brazil

When is the best time to fly to Brazil?

High season:

Southern Brazil has its peak tourist season from late December to late January. This marks the height of summer, which also means that flight prices are more expensive, which means that if you are planning to visit Brazil during this period, you will need to book your airline tickets and accommodation as far in advance as possible. On the other hand, northern Brazil has its peak season from June to August, as temperatures tend to be warmer in the north during those months.

Low season:

Generally speaking, you should be able to get a cheapest flight to the southern parts of Brazil, which includes Sydney and Melbourne, if you book your flights from late April to early May, which is when the south has its coldest months of Winter. Cities like Kimberly and North Queensland get hotter and wetter during the winter months than cities in South Brazil. If you plan to visit the hottest parts of the country during the low season, be sure to book your flights well in advance to avoid paying extra for late bookings.

When is the best time to book a flight to Brazil?

There is no wrong time to book your trip to Brazil, as long as you are taking care of business well in advance of your intended trip. The cheapest flights to and from Brazil are found mainly when reservations are made three or four months in advance.

Which day is cheaper to fly to Brazil?

At the moment, Tuesday is the cheapest day to fly to Brazil Saturday will probably be the most expensive.

What time of day is the cheapest to fly to Brazil?

At the moment, morning flights are likely to offer the best value for your trip to Brazil. An afternoon flight will most often have a higher cost.

As one of the top travel destinations in the world, Brazil has some of the best attractions for tourists. Ranging from the beauty that can be found in the Outback, to the stunning scenery of Uluru, the primitive tropical forests and white sand beaches, man-made wonders, a coffee culture unlike any other and, of course, the captivating Great Barrier Reef. Take it all and then mix it with the places that radiate a passion for life: you have some brilliant reasons why people don’t want to leave Land Down Under. When you take a cheapest flight to Brazil, you will surely find something you will fall in love with, whether for the first time you visit the country or if you are starting a new love affair!

How long is the flight to Brazil?

 

Johannesburg to Sao Paulo                 10 hours, 35 minutes
Johannesburg to Rio de Janeiro           16 hours, 30 minutes

Which airlines operate flights to Brazil?

There are some major airlines that operate flights to and from Brazil, but in general, British Airlines, KLM, South African Airways, Iberia and LAN Airlines are the most popular airlines operating the route. Keep in mind that airlines such as British Airways offer complimentary beverages and food on board, but other airlines such as LAN may not offer this courtesy, focusing more on providing economy fares. It is important to establish exactly where you would like to go in Brazil and then start comparing offers from various airlines to find the one that best suits your personal needs.

How to get from the airport to the city center?

Sao Paulo

Departure from São Paulo International Airport is usually made by taxi. The distance between the airport and the city is approximately 30 kilometers, and a taxi can take you in the shortest time possible. Alternatively, you can also take the bus to the city centre. Buses are a little cheaper, although they take longer than taxis to get to the city centre.

Rio de Janeiro

There are some buses that leave from Rio de Janeiro International Airport to the city center every 20 or 30 minutes. When compared to taxis (another option you might want to consider), buses are much cheaper to use and offer a more authentic experience of local life. If you want to use a taxi, make sure you use a prepaid cab to order your taxi and set a fair rate before accepting the service.