Azul Brazilian airlines have announced that by September 2022, they will hit the historic mark of 200 daily flights from Viracopos International Airport.
Since its inception in 2008, Azul Brazilian Airlines has been on a growth trajectory path. It is the largest air carrier in Brazil in terms of flights and cities served. And now, it will add another feather to their cap on touching the historic mark of 200 daily flights from the hub of Campinas.
Starting from 12th September, Azul Brazilian airline will increase its frequency of flights to cities of São José do Rio Preto, Goiânia,Grande, Foz do Iguaçu, ,Vitória e Campo Curitiba, Ribeirão Preto,Cascavel,Juiz de Fora. It was announced in the meeting of Azul’s Institutional Relations director Fábio Campos and president/director of Viracopos International Airport, Gustavo Müssnich.
Viracopos, Azul’s primary hub for domestic and international flights, by September, will operate record-breaking 201 flights to as many as 70 destinations, including cities with the highest corporate traffic load like Brasilia, Porto Alegre, and Rio-de Janeiro.
Along with corporate destinations, Leisure city destinations are on the list, like the northeastern region of Brazil with beautiful beaches.
Azul’s Institutional Relations director Fábio Campos has stressed the importance of Campinas for Azul, as it serves the place the significance for Cargo markets and local and international markets. He also stated that Viracospos airport gained influence in Brasil after Azul Brazilian airlines began their operations. The improvement in route connectivity will boost travel and business opportunities, uplifting the country’s economy. Also, he thanked all the institutions involved for their contribution.
President director of Viracopos International Airport, Gustavo Müssnich, has stated that Viracospos will continue to invest in supporting the spike in passenger traffic from Azul Brazilian airlines. He also shared that, during the past two years, almost nine terminal passenger gates became operational, costing around an investment of R$50 million.
Brazilian flyers trust Azul Brazilian Airlines for its premium quality services. The carrier was named the most punctual airline, as per Cerium. Quality like these sets it apart from the rest of its competitors.
Azul’s revenue shot by 50%
Azul Brazilian Airlines was quickly back on track after increasing its revenue by 50% from the time before the pandemic. Supported by this is a diverse fleet of airlines, which helps Azul Airlines serve many destinations like no other. Azul Airlines did best with the TwoFlex acquisition, which helped them serve smaller cities in Brazil.