“Right now we have the perspective of ending the year with around 65% of air routes already recovered compared to the level we knew in 2019”, said Ana Rita Marques, adding that the tourism sector “has a long and long way to go” and that “only in 2023 will the level of tourist revenue that was known in that year be resumed”.
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