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About Azul

Azul Airlines is a Brazilian low-cost carrier whose hub is based at Campinas-Viracopos Airport. Founded in 2008, Azul Airlines has been the fastest growing airline in Brazil and has the largest airline network in the country in terms of cities served, with service to more than 100 destinations. 

Azul Airlines serves destinations in Brazil, French Guiana, Portugal, the United States and Uruguay. Azul is Brazil's third-largest airline, after TAM and Gol with a 32% departure share in the Brazilian aviation market. In 2014, Azul Airlines was elected for the fourth time in a row by Skytrax as the best low-cost carrier in Latin America. In addition, the company was recognized by FlightStats as the company with best on-time performance in Latin America, and by CAPA as the best low-cost carrier in the world in 2013.

In May 2012, Azul announced the acquisition of TRIP Linhas Aereas, the largest regional carrier in Brazil. On November 24, 2015 it was announced that the Chinese HNA Group, owner of Hainan Airlines, would invest US$450 million in Azul, becoming the largest single shareholder of Azul. This follows the US$100 million investment of United Airlines closed in June 2015.

Azul has a codeshare agreement with Star Alliance airline United Airlines and JetBlue and TAP Portugal. Azul Airlines celebrated its expansion by launching the start of a route between Belo Horizonte to Buenos Aires Ezeiza. Azul Airlines launched its only international route from Belo Horizonte (CNF) on 6 March, a connection to Buenos Aires Ezeiza (EZE), its only link to Argentina. The airline will serve the 2,211-kilometre sector daily on its E195s, with GOL being the only incumbent on the route offering a weekly rotation, a route it started the day before Azul Airlines’ inauguration. After Alas Uruguay, the bankrupt Uruguayan airline, ceased operations in 2017 Azul began negotiations with the country's government about taking on some of the airline's routes and staff. 

 


Azul Airlines Destinations

Along with over 100 domestic destinations, Azul Airlines flies to the following international destination:

Argentina

Azul flies to a number of destinations including:

Buenos Aires

Córdoba

Rosario

San Carlos de Barlioche

United States of America

Fort Lauderdale

Orlando

Uruguay

Montevideo

Punta del Este

French Guiana

Cayenne

 


Azul Airlines Frequent Flyer Program

TudoAzul is Azul's Frequent Flyer Program.
Members accumulate points based on the airfare paid rather than on miles flown.

 


Azul Airlines Baggage

Checked Baggage

Azul Airlines baggage policy states that all checked bags must not exceed 158 cm (62in) in overall dimensions (length + width + height) and cannot exceed 32 kilos (70lbs). The baggage allowance of 2 pieces of 32kg is valid only for purchases including international flights with Azul. Passengers on international flights can buy up to 3 extra baggage per passenger, in addition to those already included in your free allowance. 

Carry-on Baggage

Azul airlines baggage policy states that carry-on baggage has a weight limit of 5 kilos (11 lbs) and the size should not exceed 115 cm (48.2 in.)

Blue baggage icon   For carry-on bag, Azul allows a weight limit of 5kg and the sum of the width, height and depth measurements should be less than 155cm. For checked baggage, passengers in economy are allowed 2 pieces of 32 kg and checked bags must not exceed 158cm in overall dimensions. Passengers travelling in Business Light are entitled to 3 pieces of 32kg. 
     
Blue flight ticket logo   Azul Airlines flies to many destinations including Alta Floresta, Altamira, Aracaju, Araguaina, Araraquara, Araxa, Barcelos, Barreiras, Bauru, Belem, Belo Horizonte, Boa Vista, Cabo Frio, Cacoal, Caldas Novas, Campina Grande, Campinas, Campos dos Goytacazes, Curitiba, Divinipolis, Feira de Santana, Fonte Boa, Fort Lauderdale, Fortazela, Palmas, Passo Fundo, Patos de Minas, Orlando, Navegantes, Marilia, Macapa, Lencois and many others. 
     
Blue on board services icon   Azul Airlines offers a great service for its passengers. Their service offers individual entertainment screens incorporating free LiveTV at every seat, extensive legroom with a pitch of 30 inches or more, two by two seating with no middle seats, complimentary beverage and an assortment of 12 snacks. In addition, Azul Airlines offers a frequent flyer program called TudoAzul whereby members can accumulate points based on the airfare paid rather than on miles flown. 

 


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Azul Airlines Route Map

Please see the Azul Airlines route map below for an outline of the airline's destinations:


Azul Airlines Popular Routes

Sao Paulo  Plane icon  Orlando

Cascavel  Plane icon  Sao Paulo 

 

Sao Paulo  Plane icon  Brasilia

 

Belo Horizonte  Plane icon  Feira De Santana

 

Brasilia  Plane icon  Barrreiras

 

Belo Horizonte  Plane icon  Brasilia

 


 

Azul Fleet

The Azul fleet includes Airbus A330-200, Embraer 195, ATR 42-500 and Embraer 190 aircraft. 

  


Azul Airlines Hub Airport

Viracapos International Airport

Viracopos International Airport is an international airport serving Campinas, Sao Paulo, Brazil and is Azul's main hub. Airlines which operate to and from this airport include American Airlines, Copa Airlines, Gol Airlines, TAM Airlines and TAP Portugal.

 

Birds-eye view of Viracapos International Airport