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The airline Azul announced on January 16 that it will offer daily direct flight from New York to Brazil starting June 15, going to Viracopos airport in Campinas.

New York will be the third US origin/destination to have flights from Azul, which already operates routes to Orlando and Fort Lauderdale.

The Campinas-New York (JFK) route will be done with Airbus A330 aircraft, traveling for just over 9 hours.
According to Azul Airlines, tickets for the new international destination will begin to be sold this Thursday, with round-trip ticket prices starting at R$2,421.00 (Brazilian Reais).

With the new route, Azul will expand the offer of weekly flights between Brazil and the United States to 30.
On Tuesday, the company announced an agreement to buy TwoFlex, reinforcing its focus regional aviation and with an eye on additional licenses for flights linking Congonhas airport (Sao Paulo domestic) to Rio de Janeiro.