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Azul Says Daily Flights From Sao Paulo-Viracopos To New York's JFK Airport To Begin June 15
Brazil's Azul to start daily service between Campinas and NYC in June
Azul SA Says Preliminary Dec. Domestic Load Factor Was 82.3% & International Load Factor Was 86.9%
Azul SA is a Brazil-based company engaged in the provision of passenger transportation services. The Company primarily acts as an airline operator under the Azul brand name. The Company provides scheduled flights between numerous cities in Brazil, including Sao Paulo, Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, Porto Alegre, Curitiba, Manaus, Cuiaba, Fortaleza and Salvador, among others. In addition, its air network comprises international routes to the Unites States, Europe and other Latin American countries. The Company also offers Azul Cargo Express, a scheduled cargo transport service with airport-to-airport and door-to-door delivery. It owns a number of subsidiaries, such as Azul Linhas Aereas Brasileiras SA and Tudo Azul SA.
David Gary Neeleman
Chairman of the Board
John Peter Rodgerson
Chief Executive Officer
Alexandre Wagner Malfitani
Chief Financial Officer
Jose Mario Caprioli dos Santos
Institutional Relations Officer, Member of Board
Abhi Manoj Shah
Chief Revenue Officer
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Brazil's third-largest airline, Azul SA <AZUL.N>, said on Tuesday it will buy regional carrier Two Flex for 123 million reais ($30 million), as it aims to expand its presence at Sao Paulo's hotly disputed domestic airport.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Tuesday:
Brazil's third-largest airline, Azul SA, has reached an agreement to buy regional carrier Two Flex, a source with knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Tuesday.
Brazil airline Azul SA <AZUL.N> reported a third-quarter net loss of 438 million reais, taking a hit from the depreciation of the Brazilian real, the company said on Thursday.
Brazil airline Azul SA reported a net loss of 438 million reais, affected heavily by the depreciation of the Brazilian real, the company said on Thursday in a securities filing.
United Airlines <UAL.O> wants to include Brazil's Azul <AZUL.N> in its planned tie-up with Copa Holdings <CPA.N> and Colombia's Avianca Holdings <AVT_p.CN> to create a four-way partnership in Latin America, a senior executive said on Friday.
United Airlines wants to include Brazil's Azul SA in its planned tie-up with Copa Holdings and Colombia's Avianca Holdings to create a four-way partnership in Latin America, Chief Operating Officer Andrew Nocella told journalists on Friday.
Brazilian airline Azul SA <AZUL.N> plans to invest 6 billion reais ($1.45 billion) in 2020, the same amount as this year, its Chief Executive John Rodgerson told Valor Econômico newspaper in an interview published on Thursday.
Brazil airline Azul SA <AZUL.N> said on Monday that it is in discussions to join a planned partnership with United Airlines <UAL.O>, Avianca Holdings <AVT_p.CN> and Copa Holdings <CPA.N> for flights between the United States and Latin America.
Brazilian airline Azul SA <AZUL.N> plans to launch flights to 35 new cities in Brazil over the next four years, Chief Executive John Rodgerson said on Friday.
Brazil's No. 3 airline, Azul SA <AZUL.N>, said on Monday it would start operating 17 flights per day between Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, the country's most transited route, currently dominated by the country's No. 1 and 2 carriers.
Brazil's No. 3 airline, Azul SA, beat profit expectations in the second quarter as it doubled down on domestic flights, trimmed an international expansion, and saw a 21% jump in the number of passengers transported that outpaced capacity growth.
Brazil's No. 3 airline, Azul SA, reported a profit of 345 million reais ($86.93 million) in the second quarter on Thursday, helped by a 21% increase in the number of passengers that outpaced an increase in available seats on its planes.
U.S. hedge fund Elliott Management is opposing a new plan by Brazilian airline Azul SA to purchase some of the routes operated by financially troubled rival Avianca Brasil for $145 million, according to a legal document seen by Reuters.
Brazilian airline Azul SA on Monday made a new attempt to purchase some of bankrupt airline Avianca Brasil's most coveted routes, offering $145 million and reversing a decision not to participate.
Brazilian airline Azul SA on Monday said it had submitted a new proposal for acquisition of some of the assets of struggling carrier Avianca Brasil for $145 million, reversing a previous decision not to participate.
Brazilian airline Azul SA's chief executive said on Thursday that its two larger competitors had barred the carrier from providing a competing air shuttle service on the highly profitable Sao Paulo to Rio de Janeiro route.
Brazilian airline Azul SA on Thursday posted net income of 137.7 million reais ($35.06 million) for the first quarter, a 20 percent decrease compared with the same period a year earlier.
Brazilian airline Azul SA has registered to participate in a bankruptcy auction for the assets of struggling carrier Avianca Brasil scheduled for next week, potentially walking back a previous decision not to participate.
John Rodgerson, chief executive of Brazilian carrier Azul SA, told a news conference on Thursday that the airline is no longer bidding for routes operated by Avianca Brasil, which filed for bankruptcy protection in December.
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