Tourism growth in Ceará is surprising. From January to May in 2019, there has been a raise of 12,2% in landings and departures in Fortaleza airport.
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With peak season on the horizon, Ceará tourism looks set for a record holiday period with 47 direct flights arriving at Fortaleza Airport every week.
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More Brazilians plan to travel this summer with a holiday in Fortaleza the preferred option, confirming Northeast Brazil’s continued popularity for vacations.
Ceará authorities have announced more flights to Fortaleza from 2018. This together with 2,450 extra flights at Christmas augers well for tourism.
Professionals snap up property in Fortaleza, dominating the market. Low interest rates and high consumer confidence point to a good start to 2018
Investment in Ceará moves up a notch with the arrival of tech parks and a health hub, bringing the state to the forefront of ICT in Brazil.
The market for luxury property in Fortaleza is currently riding the crest of a wave. August was a particularly buoyant month with high-end properties dominating sales performance.
The growth in popularity of Airbnb is no secret and the past summer season ranks as the best ever for the holiday let platform. Brazilian cities feature on the global ranking and Fortaleza holiday lets performed particularly well in the new markets rating. Airbnb bookings in the capital of Ceará rose by 192% over the year.
From 2018, Fortaleza Airport will become a major flight hub for Air France and KLM. More flights to Europe will boost tourism in Ceará by 40%.
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Fortaleza receives accolade as City of the Future in prestigious fDi Intelligence rankings on the back of the city’s strong investment appeal.
The Fortaleza property market proved to be booming at the 3-day Caixa Fair held in the city at the end of June. The event attracted over 15,500 visitors and more than 4,000 contracts were signed for the purchase of property in Fortaleza.
Recent government measures have given the Brazilian property market a boost, particularly for demand. In some parts of the country, for example, Fortaleza, the market is already moving upwards with a rise in property prices.
Brazilian tourism is enjoying one of its best years ever. After the successful Olympic Games in the summer, the country is experiencing a boom in visitor figures and spending. Government investment in infrastructure is paying off and everything points to an excellent 2016 for the sector.