Articles Tagged ‘Azul Airlines’
Established in 2000 and having started operations on 15 January 2001 with a flight from Brasilia to Sao Paulo Guarulhos, GOL has expanded considerably since then, offering services to a total of 70 destinations in 11 countries this January. With the carrier flying to 55 points in Brazil, anna.aero looks at GOL’s top airports, country […]
Azul Airlines starts second international route with daily flights between Sao Paulo Viracopos and Orlando in Floridautilising its A330-200s.
A piece of precision German FTWA engineering beats over 250 global airports to secure the second ‘Arch of Triumph’ annual title. Fuerteventura wins the last weekly competition of 2014.
The third busiest gateway to Brazil’s largest city, Sao Paulo Viracopos Airport handled close to 9.3 million passengers in 2013 (a new record high). With a total of five airlines flying to 59 non-stop destinations, anna.aero takes a closer look at the airport’s recent activity, reveals its seasonality profile and how dominant Azul Airlines is […]
Azul Airlines now links Sao Paulo Viracopos to Fort Lauderdale, FL and Brasilia to Manaus with daily and six weekly flights respectively. Competes against TAM Airlines and GOL on the new domestic sector.
Azul Airlines joins GOL and TAM Airlines in linking Brasilia to Teresina, with six weekly flights, using its E195s.
Azul Airlines now links Sao Paulo Viracopos to Valenca with weekly operations, using its E190s.
Azul Airlines now links Sao Paulo Viracopos to Patos de Mina with thrice-weekly flights, using ATR 42s.
Establishing itself as the third largest operator in Brazil according to weekly seat capacity, Azul Airlines handled over 13 million passengers last year, growing by 32% when compared to 2012. As the LCC is currently serving over 100 domestic destinations, anna.aero investigates Azul’s top 13 routes and which airports are likely to witness a frequency […]
Azul Airlines starts five new domestic routes from Ribeirao Preto and Recife with weekly flights, using its E195s.
Benefiting from a favourable economic climate in Brazil, the capital city’s airport in Brasilia has grown significantly over recent years, reaching a new high record of 16.5 million passengers in 2013. We take a closer look at the airport’s recent progress and reveal how dominant TAM Airlines and GOL are.
Azul Airlines launches daily flights from Belo Horizonte to Campina Grande and Petrolina using its E190s.