Tourism in Ceará registered the highest monthly increase in Brazil in August, over four times than the national average. The rise in Ceará was 85.4%, almost double the increase registered by its nearest competitor. The figure shows that the tourism sector is back on track in Ceará.
Ceará recently received the WTTC Safe Travels seal, awarded to destinations that comply with World Health Organization health and hygiene protocols for covid-19. The seal means that Ceará offers a safe destination as Brazilians travellers return en masse to one of their favourite holiday spots.
Although Ceará tourism officially resumed activity at the beginning of July, many sectors have waited until the autumn to return to business. Discover the full calendar for the complete reopening of hotels, rescheduling of events and return of international flights to Fortaleza.
Fortaleza Airport has completed the first stage of large-scale investment involving major upgrades and expansion throughout the entire airport. Its completion brings Ceará airport infrastructure to the standards seen at the world’s largest airports.
Tourist industries around the world have been affected by the covid-19 crisis. Some tourist detinations will take time to recover, but some areas have a clear advantage over others. This is the case with Ceará tourism, already looking to get back on track.
New flights and Chinese visitors mean Ceará tourism starts 2019 well with a record year expected as the state consolidates its position on the Brazil holiday radar.
Fortaleza Airport hub recently celebrated its six-month anniversary with a big increase in passenger traffic and tourism to Ceará state. Find out more.
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.
Find out how tourism in Ceará is expanding its horizons fast on the back of the new flight hub at Fortaleza Airport and discover its effects.