RN’s Secretary of Tourism, Ruy Gaspar, is close to closing a direct flight between Natal and Buenos Aires. In an interview with M & E, Ruy said that he is extremely optimistic and that only a few details are left for the viability of the flight, which will be operated by the airlines. “There will be an effort of the secretariat, receptive and hoteliers to send the letter of intent. Aerolíneas is studying the mesh six months in advance, so this flight will start in the second half of next year. There will be three weekly frequencies, “he said.
Two other great news, also according to Ruy Gaspar, is Gol’s second frequency also for Buenos Aires, which will be in force between January and February, and a weekly operated flight by Andes Airlines to Cordoba. “Almost a 100% chance of this flight starting as early as March. This year, almost 50,000 Argentines have already been to Rio Grande do Norte, growth that comes close to 50% in the accumulated from January to October, “added the Secretary of Tourism of the RN.
Ruy Gaspar was accompanied by the mayor of Pipa / Tibau do Sul, Antonio Modesto, and the mayor of Maxaranguape, Luis Eduardo. Both told M & E about the actions and investment that has been made in tourism. In Pipa, there is a great investment and very strong partnership with the Secretary of Tourism. “Our presence here at FIT shows that we are investing effectively in destiny. The region of Pipa has a phenomenal importance for the state, since it is an already consolidated destiny. So much so that we are the second biggest gastronomic festival in the country, “he said.
Luis Eduardo, mayor of Maxaranguape, said that the investment in divulging the destination and in the infrastructure of the city does not stop. “Public lighting, cleaning, security, pavement, lookouts, among other points of the cities are receiving investment. It is worth remembering that we have the largest coral reef in the state (27km) seven kilometers from the coast, one of the largest in Brazil. In addition, we have the best winds in the country for kitesurfing, besides the cliffs, lagoons and fixed and mobile dunes, “said the mayor, who still sent one last message. “All businessmen are welcome to the city with opportunities to invest.”
Source: Market & Events