A Joy for Brazilian Real Estate Investors as Emirates Flies to Brazil

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For those who want to get to Brazil, it just got a little easier. Brazil which has so much to offer in the way of holidays, great weather and some of the best beaches in the world  will welcome the new flights. The real joy is for international real estate investors considering buying property in Brazil. The Emirates now opens up  those in the Middle East  to this emerging market and Dubai investors may now consider Brazil as a real option for overseas property investment.
The UAE international air carrier Emirates made history when it flew direct from Dubai to Sao Paulo, Brazil on October 1, 2007. This was the first ever non-stop flight between the Middle East and South America and the 94th destination for the airline. Its most recent expansion came when it began service to Newcastle on September 1, where it flies daily from Dubai.
The daily flight, except Thursday, departs Dubai International Airport at 10:00 AM and takes approximately 15.5 hours, arriving at Sao Paulo’s Guarulhos International Airport at 18:30, or 6:30 PM, on the same day. The return flight, every day except Friday, departs Sao Paulo at 1:25 PM and arrives in Dubai on the same day at 23:05 or 11:05 PM.
The airline is operating its new and efficient Boeing 777-200LR on the flight to Brazil. The plane is configured with 8 private suites in First Class, 42 lie-flat seats in Business Class and 216 Economy Class seats.
His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive, Emirates Airline & Group noted that: “Today marks an important milestone for Emirates; not only is it our first gateway in South America, but it means we now fly non-stop to six continents from Dubai.

“Our services provide a perfect match for business people and leisure travellers from the whole Middle East region, Africa, Far East and Australia seeking a convenient route to South America. The service will also offer Dubai as a new tourist and business destination to the relatively untapped market of South America.”

Meanwhile property in Brazil is still priced so low that entry into the housing market is set to make investors over the medium term good capital returns. Homesgofast.com report that land and particularly beachfront land is causing a real stir amongst overseas property investors. The international real estate portal which has been promoting Brazilian real estate for last 4 years has seen some of its earlier clients profit from Brazilian real estate. In particular the early sales of opff plan property in Cumbuco  
CEO Nicholas Marr ‘With Emirates flying to Brazil it’s just another step towards increasing Brazil accessibility , Brazil real estate is still low enough for the savvy investor to get invloved. We are selling prime beach front lots from £6000 this situation will not last forever and these new flights will make Brazil even more of an attractive option’     

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