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About Azores Airlines

Azores Airlines, formerly known as SATA Internacional, is the regional carrier based in the beautiful and unique Azores, an archipelago of islands situated in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.

Azores Airlines flies to many destinations including Horta, Pico Island, Ponta Delgada, Santa Maria Island, Terceira, Flores, Corvo, Graciosa and Sao Jorge. In addition, Azores Airlines flies to Paris, Frankfurt, Montreal, Toronto, Boston, Oakland, Providence, Stockholm, Barcelona, Porto, Lisbon, Madeira, Faro, Amsterdam and Cape Verde.

SATA Air Açores is the subsidiary of Azores Airlines.  

Founded in 1990, the airline connects the Azores to foreign destinations providing air routes to Europe and North America. This long established and well run Portuguese airline is owned by the Provincial Government and is a subsidiary of SATA Air Azores.

A subsidiary of SATA Air Açores, the airline operates as the international arm of the regional network, connecting the archipelago with Europe and North America, from its hub at João Paulo II International Airport.


Azores Airlines Fleet

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Azores Airlines’ fleet consists of Airbus A310-300, A320-200 and Airbus A330-200. In September 2016, the airline announced a change of plans regarding their fleet renewal. While plans to phase in a second Airbus A330 have been cancelled, Azores Airlines ordered two Airbus A321neo on interim lease for 2017-2019 and four Airbus A321LR which will be delivered in 2019 to replace the interim A321neos and other older aircraft.


Azores Airlines Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

All carry-on luggage must be shown at the time of check-in for proper labelling.

Carry-on baggage limitations for domestic flights and flights to/from Europe.

Economy Class 1115 cm (45 inches)
55x40x20cms8 (17 lbs)

Executive Class 2126 cm (49 inches)
56x45x25cms20 (44 lbs)*

 Max weight per bag is 10kg or 22lb

Limitations SATA Air Açores (SP)

Each passenger can transport 1 bag with the maximum dimensions of 55 cms x 40 cms x 20 cms (total sum of 115 cms/45 inches). This bag cannot exceed 8kg (17 pounds). Charter flights may have different rules.


Checked Baggage

Passengers flying on Azores Airlines within USA and Canada in Economy Class are entitled to one item checked baggage with a maximum weight of 23kg. Babies and infants are entitled to one item of checked baggage with a maximum weight of 10kg.

Goldsky members are entitled to an additional 10kg of baggage on top of the free baggage allowance.

No one single piece of baggage can weigh more than 32kg.



Azores Airlines Destinations



Canada Montréal Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport    
Canada Toronto Toronto Pearson International Airport    
Cape Verde Praia Nelson Mandela International Airport    
France Paris Paris-Orly Airport    
Germany Frankfurt Frankfurt Airport    
Netherlands Amsterdam Amsterdam Airport Schiphol    
Portugal Faro Faro Airport    
Portugal Madeira Funchal Airport    
Portugal Lisbon Lisbon Airport    
Portugal Porto Porto Airport    
Portugal Horta Horta Airport    
Portugal Madalena Pico Airport    
Portugal Ponta Delgada João Paulo II Airport    
Portugal Vila do Porto Santa Maria Airport    
Portugal Praia da Vitória Lages Air Base    
Portugal Santa Cruz das Flores Flores Airport    
Portugal Vila do Corvo Corvo Airport    
Portugal Santa Cruz da Graciosa        Graciosa Airport    
Portugal Velas São Jorge Airport    
Spain Barcelona Barcelona–El Prat Airport  
Sweden Stockholm Stockholm-Arlanda Airport    
United States          Boston Logan International Airport    
United States Oakland Oakland International Airport    
United States Providence T.F. Green Airport



Azores Airlines News

31st January 2018

New Airbus A321 to debut on Boston-Ponta Delgada route – Azores

The Azores Airlines is inaugurating the first of four new A321neo aircraft, delivered by the Airbus consortium based in Hamburg, Germany.

The first commercial flight to Boston is schedule to debut on February 2nd, connecting Ponta Delgada João Paulo II Airport and Boston Logan Airport.

There will be four weekly flights, which were previously made with Airbus A310. As of March, with a second A321neo in service, Azores Airlines has scheduled six flights per week. Also starting in March, coinciding with the start of the IATA 2018 summer season, the A321neo will begin flying on the Ponta Delgada-Lisbon routes (10 flights per week) and Ponta Delgada-Toronto (Canada) with six weekly flights. In addition, starting March 2018, services are scheduled for the Terceira-Boston route with one flight per week.

The A321neo carries up to 186 passengers, offering the widest single-aisle cabin on the market, with modern comfort in every class. The new aircraft will replace the existing A310.

Named “Breathe” the new A321neo is a clear reference to the open skies and fresh air the islands have to offer travelers. Its fuselage is decorated with a blue and green design, alluding to the dominant natural colors of the Azores.

The new aircraft is the first of six  A321neo on order by Azores Airlines. The second aircraft will be delivered at the end of the first quarter of 2018. The next four aircraft will be operational between 2019 and early 2021.

With the new aircraft acquisition (Portuguese registration CS-TSF), the Azores Airlines becomes the first Portuguese carrier to offer six new-generation, brand-new Airbus/A321neo, with the aim to providing a more efficient service and robust network.

Azores Airlines has been offering regular air service between Boston, the Azores and mainland Portugal, with seasonal service from Providence (Rhode Island), Oakland (California), and Toronto (Canada). In addition, Azores Airlines offers connections to Madeira, Cape Verde and the Canary Islands

Azores Airlines, part of the SATA Group, has connected the United States with the Azores and mainland Portugal for more than 35 years.


19th December 2017

Azores Airlines has taken delivery of its first Airbus A321neo aircraft. The airline, fully owned by SATA (Sociedade Açoreana de Transportes Aéreos) becomes the first Portuguese operator of Airbus’ 320neo Family. 

The aircraft, on lease from Air Lease Corporation (ALC), was delivered during a ceremony held at the Airbus Hamburg site. This aircraft is the first of six A321neos to be leased by Azores Airlines from ALC. The carrier will deploy the aircraft on transatlantic routes.

Azores Airlines currently operates a fleet of seven A310, A320 and A330 Airbus aircraft across Europe, Canada and North America.

The A321neo is the largest member of the A320neo Family and can seat up to 240 passengers. A321neo integrates innovations such as latest generation engines, Sharklet wingtip devices and cabin improvements, which together will deliver up to 20 percent fuel savings by 2020.


7th December 2017

Azores Airlines Signs Interline Agreement with Alaska Airlines

Azores Airlines has signed an Interline agreement  with Alaska Airlines, which allows the Portuguese airline, based in the Azores, to issue tickets for flights operated by Alaska, and vice versa.

The agreement between Azores Airlines and Alaska Airlines allows new connections through Boston. Azores Airlines offers regular service from Boston to the islands of the Azores, Madeira, Lisbon, Porto and Cape Verde, with total of 20 destinations.

Azores Airlines based is based in Ponta Delgada, on the island of São Miguel in the autonomous archipelago of the Azores.

Alaska Airlines is based in Seattle, Washington, serves more than 118 destinations and five countries.

One of the most exciting destinations - The Azores, embodies the sapphire blue and emerald green lakes, fertile prairies, volcanic cones and craters, colorful hydrangeas and azaleas, 15th century churches and majestic manor houses make the Azores unlike anywhere else on earth.


16th July 2017

Azores Airlines announced it was adding more flights to Canada.

To meet the growing demand, SATA/Azores Airlines intends to expand its service in Canada, projecting to increase its operations by 21% this year, transporting around 128,000 passengers between Canada the Azores and mainland Portugal. 

SATA/Azores Airlines has been serving Canada for 30 years connecting Canada and Portugal through a daily flight from Toronto and Montreal to Ponta Delgada and Terceira, in the Azores, in addition to Porto and Lisbon in mainland Portugal. Currently, four companies are operating between Canada and Portugal, namely Air Canada, Air Transat, Azores Airlines and TAP Air Portugal. Air Canada is a Star Alliance partner of TAP. The aim is to meet the growing demand by Canadians who choose mainland Portugal and the Azores as a tourism destination. An estimated 500,000 Portuguese nationals and Canadians of Portuguese descendants live in Canada (2011 census), the vast majority in the province of Ontario. 

In North America, SATA/Azores Airlines offers connections from the United States to the Azores and mainland Portugal from Logan International Airport (Boston, MA), Oakland International Airport (Oakland, CA) and T.F. Green Airport (Providence, RI). In Canada, the carrier offers connections to the Azores and mainland Portugal from Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (Montreal), and Toronto Pearson International Airport (Toronto).

In addition, SATA/Azores Airlines launched a twice-weekly operation between Boston Logan Airport and Barcelona (Spain) and a twice-weekly service from Boston Logon Airport to Santiago Island (Cape Verde). In the United States, although Both TAP Air Portugal and Azores Airlines serve the Boston-Lisbon route, the Azores Airlines will remain the only commercial airline providing direct flights between the United States and the Azores.


2nd July 2017

Azores Airlines announced it has implemented electronic ticketing for company agents in Cape Verde through Travelport. This measure will allow travel agencies associated with Travelport to book and process flights on the new route - from Praia (capital of Cape Verde) to Providence (Rhode Island, USA) - more efficiently and in a timely manner. Thus, through Travelport Electronic Transitional Automated Ticketing (ETAT), it will be possible to securely issue, correct and reconcile e-tickets, outside the standard process of the bank settlement plan - also known as the Bank Settlement Plan (BSP). The agreement allows agencies to have an efficient way to book Azores Airlines fares on new Praia routes to Boston, Providence, Toronto, Azores, Madeira, Lisbon, Porto, Barcelona, Frankfurt, London and other American and European destinations.