already available in its sales channels. The new routes
between Curitiba-Pato Branco and Curitiba-Toledo
are now on sale. The flights will be inaugurated in
early January 2019.
With the new cities in its network, Azul will fly to 102
destinations, counting on Brazil, the United States and
Europe. Paraná now becomes the third largest state in
number of operations, with 60 departures per day and
41,000 flights weekly seats. This value is only surpassed
by São Paulo and Minas Gerais.
The immediate connections for the passengers of Toledo
and Pato Branco pass through Campinas (VCP), São Paulo
(GRU and CGH), Recife (REC), Rio de Janeiro (SDU),
Porto Alegre (POA) and Campo Grande (CGR). The airline
will also be able to connect passengers within the state, to
seven other destinations in the state of Paraná.
Azul will fly on these routes with its ATR 72-600, configured
to carry up to 70 passengers. The flights will initially have a
weekly frequency each, with the possibility of increasing to
five weekly frequencies once the airports are certified by Anac.