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A Webjet 737-300 taxies in Brasília. (Photo: João Paulo Carisio)

The Story of Webjet, Brazil’s Last Low Cost/Low Fare Carrier — Part 2

Editor’s Note: This is the second article in a three-part series on Webjet. Part one was published July 20, and part three will be published on July 22. 2006-2007: Humble Investments, Small Growth Webjet remained grounded, with no perspectives for the future, but not for too long. On January 18, 2006, the public learned that a group of investors had bought the struggling company, with only one of the startup investors keeping a share at the airline. The two new…

The Story of Webjet, Brazil’s Last Low Cost/Low Fare Carrier…

Editor's Note: This is the first article in a three-part series on Webjet. Part two will be published July 21, and part three will follow on July 22. The first decade of the new century brought to Brazil stable economic growth that, for years, was unseen. With millions of people…

TAM Airlines Becomes Fourth Airbus A350 Operator

Airbus rolled out its fourth livery for its Airbus A350 Extra Wide Body (XWB) aircraft today, sporting TAM Airlines' colors. TAM will be the A350-900's fourth operator, after Qatar Airways, Vietnam Airlines and Finnair. The Brazilian airline, which expects 27 deliveries of this high demand airplane, will receive the first aircraft PR-XTA in…