Punto Azul

Punto Azul was a regional airline based in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, with its main hub at Malabo International Airport. Founded in 2013, the airline provided scheduled flights mainly from Malabo, as well as private charters for the oil and gas industry of Equatorial Guinea, and cargo services. Despite being a significant player in the region’s air travel, Punto Azul ceased its operations in 2017. The airline had a frequent flyer program named Club Azul and was part of the Cronos Alliance.


As of January 2016, Punto Azul operated flights connecting Malabo, its hub, with other destinations including Bata in Equatorial Guinea; Yaoundé and Douala in Cameroon; Accra in Ghana; and São Tomé in São Tomé and Príncipe.


As of March 2020, Punto Azul operated an Embraer ERJ 145 MP aircraft, which has a total passenger capacity of 50 seats. This aircraft type is known for its efficiency and comfort for regional flights.


  • IATA: ZR