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Second Brazilian Airline Pledges Cap on World Cup Airfare

Avianca Brasil became the second Brazilian airline to cap the cost of traveling during this year's World Cup on Tuesday, putting more pressure on the country's two biggest carriers to do the same. Avianca will not charge more than 999 reais ($420) for domestic flights from February to July, Chief Executive JosDe Efromovich told reporters. Rival airline Azul pledged the same ceiling for airfares in June and July, when Brazil hosts the global soccer tournament. The head of...

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