Airfare to Belem, Brazil
Founded in 1616, Belem was the first European colony on the Amazon but it became part of Brazil over 100 years later. Today it is a busy transportation hub. The city still retains the colonial charm, with picturesque churches and squares.
Belem is served by the busiest airport in the northern region of Brazil. It receives flights from other large Brazilian cities, as well as from abroad. The airlines serving the airport include: Air Caraïbes, Gol Airlines, Meta, Sete, Puma Air, Surinam Airways, TAM Linhas Aereas and TRIP.
A good and cheap way to get to Belem is via Brasilia. There are direct flights offered by both TAM Linhas Aereas and Goa Airlines. The cheaper fare is offered by TAM and the flight takes about 2 hours and 30 minutes.
In order to save money you should looking into the best rate for the flight to Brasilia. Regardless of where you fly from (United States or Europe) there are several airlines to choose from but in most cases the cheapest fare is offered by TAM. Still, it makes sense to check other airlines especially if you are a frequent flier on one of them and can use the saved points towards discounts. Plan to fly mid-week and don’t forget to book your flight in advance.
For more information on Belem, check out BootsnAll’s Brazil Travel Guide.