Azul Brazilian Airlines


Azul Linhas Aéreas Brasileiras, commonly known simply as Azul (Azul Brazilian Airlines), is one of Brazil’s major low-cost airlines, founded in 2008 by David Neeleman, who is also one of the founders of JetBlue Airways in the United States. With a mission to offer high-quality services at affordable prices, Azul has significantly expanded its footprint not only domestically but also with international routes. The airline prides itself on its customer service, having won numerous awards in this area. It serves a vast network of destinations and has become an essential part of the aviation landscape in Brazil.


Azul Brazilian Airlines operates flights to cities across Brazil, including popular destinations such as São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, and Brasília. The airline also offers international flights to destinations in the United States, Europe, and South America.


The airline boasts a diverse fleet of aircraft, including Embraer E195, Airbus A320neo, and A330 models. The mix allows Azul to operate both short-haul regional services as well as long-haul international routes, offering a broad range of options for passengers.


  • IATA: AD

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