Azul Airlines

Azul sees blueing skies – believes corporate travel will eventually rebound and is already realising higher average fares

Although corporate demand remains non-existent for Brazilian operator Azul, the airline believes that business travellers will eventually return to the skies. The airline has maintained

GOL sees some return of domestic business travel by the end of 2020 as Brazil starts to see demand uptick

Brazil’s hard hit domestic market is beginning to show signs of positive progress. New information from ALTA shows that local traffic had dropped over 90%

Sao Paulo Guarulhos upgrades terminal one to accommodate Azul’s expansion

Campinas Viracopos in Sao Paulo state remains the largest base for Brazilian LCC Azul Airlines, but Sao Paulo Guarulhos is refreshing its terminal one as

Video of the week – Azul works to build a sustainable competitive advantage in Brazil, but it is a competitive landscape

It has been an eventful 2019 for Brazil’s aviation market since Avianca Brasil ceased operations and Brazil’s largest airlines began jostling for some of the

Brazil is bouncing back and Avianca Brazil’s collapse has initiated a battle for slots

Brazil’s aviation market is on the rebound following a two-year recession which started in 2016. Passenger traffic picked up to 2015’s level in 2018 and

GOL and Azul paint a more optimistic outlook for Brazil with ‘business friendly’ president in office

Two of Brazil’s largest airlines are optimistic about the future now that the uncertainty surrounding the recent presidential elections are over. Summary: Brazilian carrier Azul

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Hands-off! HNA Group has no intent of selling its stake in Brazil’s Azul

China’s HNA Group made big headlines in late 2015 when it declared plans to obtain a 24% stake in fast-growing Brazilian airline Azul, and for

Airlines encouraged by positive trends in Brazil’s corporate travel recovery

The recovery in Brazil’s corporate traffic has been closely watched during the last year as the country’s economy starts a slow emergence from a recession

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