Airfare to Brasilia, Brazil
Brasilia is the capital of Brazil and a masterpiece of modernist architecture. It is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city is an important transportation hub for travel within the country.
August and September are the driest months and a good time to visit the city if you want to see the beautiful sunsets. Best months for visiting are May and June when the landscape is still green and the weather is not very hot.
The city is served by Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport, located 11 km from the city center. It receives non-stop flights from Lisbon (TAP Portugal), Buenos Aires (TAM Brazil), and Atlanta (Delta Airlines). If you need to fly from other city in the world, you’ll be making at least one stop along the way.
The good part is that there are a lot of possibilities to find an affordable flight into Brasilia, even if you spend quite a bit of time in airports waiting for the connecting flight.
If you want to save some money on airfare make sure to book your flight in advance and avoid flying during the weekends and important Catholic holidays.
For more information on Brasilia, check out BootsnAll’s Brazil Travel Guide.