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The Azul and JetBlue partnership has enabled flights to several new regions, including six Caribbean destinations. Last Wednesday, Brazilian carrier Azul Linhas Aires (AD) made an announcement that it would offer a new destination in the Caribbean through its interline agreement with US JetBlue (B6). If you don’t know then let me tell you this new destination is Nassau Linden Pindling International Airport (NAS) in the Bahamas

Azul started its operations in the year 2008 after which it broke all the records of success and became the fastest-growing airline in Brazil. And at present, this airline is providing its services to more than 100 destinations. Due to all these facilities, it has become the largest airline network in the country in terms of service in cities. This well-known airline recently expanded operations with select nonstop service to the United States.

Latest Destination

The Interline Agreement between Azul and JetBlue has been in place for several years, helping Azul further strengthen its international connectivity in the Caribbean via Fort Lauderdale Airport (FLL) in Orlando. Travelers from Brazil arriving in these US destinations can continue on to many Caribbean island destinations with JetBlue.

JetBlue is known worldwide for its award-winning service, with the largest number of coaches (a); It provides free fly-fi service to its passengers, it provides the best broadband services ever in the sky, unlimited internet, and branded snacks and soft drinks; with 100+ channels of free, live DIRECTV® programming and SiriusXM® Radio in every seatback.

Azul’s Connectivity with Caribbean Destination

Any traveler who dreams of visiting the Bahamas will not only enjoy the natural beauty of the islands but will also enjoy all the special services that All Azul has to offer on its local Azul flights.

What other destinations can be found on JetBlue?

With JetBlue you’ll find 113 weekly flights to nine destinations All flying From Fort Lauderdale, JetBlue operates the Caribbean (including Cancun) with its Airbus A320 Family fleet. This suggests that JetBlue and Azul may expand their partnership further by adding three additional destinations, but there is currently no sign of that happening.

The Brazilian carrier currently operates 21 flights a week to the United States. It consists of two destinations, one being Fort Lauderdale (with 14 weekly passenger services) and the other being Orlando International Airport (MCO, with seven). Both of these routes work from the center of Azul in São Paulo, Brazil’s Viracopos International Airport (VCP).