Client Testimonials

I just spoke with Ashton regarding booking to Orlando, Fl. and he was by far the most helpful, pleasant, and delightful representative that I have ever dealt with. I am so grateful that I made the call ...Read More
-Clare

Earn Buzz Rewards points on select Bookings.
It's FREE - SIGN UP Now!
Share with friends  

Sao Paulo, the City of Drizzle

Sao Paulo is the largest city in Brazil. This vibrant city is the largest metropolis in the southern hemisphere and the world’s seventh largest city by population. Known as the ‘city of drizzle’ because of its unpredictable weather, Sao Paulo, the financial, cultural and entertainment capital of Brazil, offers a landscape that features stunning skyscrapers, famed landmarks and several green spaces.

The economic powerhouse of Sao Paulo hosts several important financial institutions like the Brazilian Stock Exchange (BM&FBOVESPA), the Future Markets, and the Cereal Market Stock Exchange along with the headquarters of several foreign and domestic companies, like SAP, Petrobras, Nestle, Accenture, Intel Microsoft and many more. The city is also home to industries like telecommunications, Information technology, pharmaceuticals, beauty and fashion and, automobiles manufacturing. It is estimated that Sao Paulo state contributes as much as 33.9% of Brazil’s GDP.

Sao Paulo also has another claim to fame for the city is equipped with the largest fleet of helicopters in the world, a mode of transport used by affluent ‘Paulistanos’, to avoid the frequent traffic gridlocks that plague the sprawling city’s streets. In spite of its rather chaotic conditions, Sao Paulo remains a favored locale for business events in South America and the city hosts year round conferences, conventions and international trade meetings at its many excellent meeting halls, convention and trade fair centers.

If a meeting or conference necessitates a trip to the ‘Brazilian locomotive’ Sao Paulo , you may want to consider business class flights to Sao Paulo for your trip especially if you need to go into meetings as soon as you land. Business flights to Sao Paulo afford you various luxuries like flatbed seats in dedicated cabins, ample space for working and resting, an inexhaustible supply of good food and wine coupled with personalized service on the ground and in the air, all of which contribute to making your journey more comfortable so that you arrive well rested at your destination.

Moreover business tickets are not expensive as presumed for companies like Fare Buzz offer numerous business class discounts which they get by way of their special relationship with more than sixty major domestic and international carriers. Fare Buzz then offers these discounted business tickets to Sao Paulo and elsewhere to its clients. So if you are in the market for cheap business class tickets to Sao Paulo and other worldwide destinations, you must connect with Fare Buzz to get the best business tickets to Sao Paulo.

Sao Paulo is served by its busy Guarulhos International Airport which welcomed 30 million passengers in 2011. The airport receives carriers from all over the world, in fact airlines like Iberia, Singapore Airlines and Cathay Pacific (code share with American Airlines) all announced new connections to Sao Paulo in 2011, in an effort to accommodate the city’s growing prominence as a popular business and leisure destination.

Other airlines like Delta, have recently upgraded their capacity for Sao Paulo, by introducing 767-400ER aircraft on routes to the city, from JFK and Atlanta. These aircraft offer full 180 degree flat-bed seats outfitted with duvets and pillows in their Business Elite Cabins. They further enhance the capacity on these routes by upping the number of seats offered by 17 to 18%. Additionally, Delta has also increased its flights to Sao Paulo from Detroit so that it now offers this connection five times a week.

Yet another US based carrier, American Airlines has announced that it will debut its new flatbed business class seats on its Sao Paulo route later this year. These new flatbed seats will be arranged in a herringbone formation of 1-2-1 and will be offered on its new B777-300ER aircraft, to be first introduced on its routes that serve Sao Paulo.