Azul Airlines launched its second route to Rosario on 3 July, beginning a three times weekly E195-operated service from Porto Alegre, and seen here getting ready for its water arch welcome. The Argentinian airport first joined the carrier’s network back on 24 March, the day when it began a weekly (Saturdays) A320-flown service from Recife.
- Azul Airlines launched its second service to Rosario (ROS) on 3 July, the day it began a three times weekly service from Porto Alegre (POA), a 967-kilometre sector that it will operate using its fleet of E195s when referencing OAG schedules. The airline first started serving the Argentinian city back on 24 March when it launched a weekly (Saturdays) service from Recife. The carrier will face no direct competition on the route between Porto Alegre and Rosario. With this launch, the airline now operates seven routes between Brazil and Argentina, a country market pairing it first entered back in March 2017 with flights between Belo Horizonte and Buenos Aires Ezeiza. Since then, Azul Airlines has grown from one daily service on that airport pair to 30 weekly departures on the seven routes that it is currently operating. Presently, the airline has no other routes which it is planning to launch between the two markets for the rest of 2018. See how Rosario Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.