Two Azul Conecta's Cessna Grand Caravans fly over the state of São Paulo. (Photo: Azul)

In Push for Tax Incentives, Azul Launches Routes in Brazil’s Southernmost State

As airlines in Brazil look to their continuously evolving 2021 schedules, Azul — the country's third-largest airline by domestic traffic figures — has announced new services connecting Porto Alegre, Brazil, the capital of southern state Rio Grande do Sul, to eight new destinations elsewhere in the district. Ticket sales are expected to start in March. The flights, all departing from Porto Alegre's Salgado Filho Airport, will connect the city to Bagé, Canela, Erechim, Santa Cruz do Sul, Santa Rosa, Santana…

Azul’s New Summer Strategy: Flying Cessna Caravans to Tourist Cities

As the Southern Hemisphere approaches the summer season, airlines in Brazil look forward to the first high season since COVID-19 hit the country in March. With that, local airlines are trying to prepare for it accordingly, as domestic demand for air travel has been consistently increasing since the depression in…