Last Thursday, Azul started services on the “Ponte Aérea” shuttle connecting São Paulo (Congonhas) to Rio (Santos Dumont), the most premium route in Latin America, with 16 daily flights each way. The new operations saw
After months of lobbying, discussions and even open verbal fights in the media, Azul finally announced the opening of sales for their operations in the Rio/Santos Dumont-São Paulo/Congonhas “Ponte Aérea” sector, Brazil’s most desired route.
The National Civil Aviation Agency in Brazil (ANAC) concluded on Wednesday the redistribution of the 41 pairs of slots (spaces for takeoffs and landings) that were used by Avianca Brasil in Congonhas, São Paulo’s downtown
While Avianca Brasil’s slots may have been auctioned last week, the discussion may not yet come to an end. As legal uncertainty looms over the validity of this auction, the slot sale could be reverted.
In the latest episode of a continuous conflict among airlines in Brazil, the chief executive officer of Gol Transportes Aéreos, Paulo Kakinoff, rebuked comments by Azul Brazilian Airlines’ CEO saying that Gol wants to keep
Azul Brazilian Airlines started flying to Porto, Portugal on Monday, June 3. This is the second destination for the airline in Portugal, which already operates flights between Brazil and Lisbon. Porto is the second-largest city
As part of a continuous effort to become the carrier of choice for South American travelers and people traveling to the region, LATAM recently embarked on a significant expansion for its North American and European
In November 2018, LATAM cheerfully announced flights between Sao Paulo and Munich as part of its fierce European expansion plan from its hub in the Brazilian metropolis that aims to position Sao Paulo as a
LATAM Airlines will begin to operate two additional frequencies on its São Paulo-Johannesburg route, which will allow for a daily flight between both cities. Currently, the route is only operated five times per week from São
LATAM Airlines Brazil has inaugurated a new route between Sao Paulo (Brazil) and Rome, Italy, connecting Fiumicino Airport with Sao Paulo’s Guarulhos, three times a week, following a press conference held last week in Brazil.
On the heels of its latest route announcement to Croatia, Emirates has outlined its intention to upgrade the aircraft to an Airbus A380 on the airline’s Sao Paulo route. Currently served by a Boeing 777-300ER,