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Azul is a Brazil-based airline. The Company provides scheduled flights between numerous cities in Brazil and Salvador. 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.

HQSão Paulo, BR

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Employees (est.) (Feb 2019)10,878(-2%)
Share Price (May 2019)$25.9 (+7%)

Azul Office Locations

Azul has an office in São Paulo
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Azul Financials and Metrics

Azul Revenue

Market capitalization (21-May-2019)


Closing stock price (21-May-2019)

Azul's current market capitalization is $2.9 b.
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Azul News and Updates

Azul makes new proposal for purchase of some Avianca Brasil assets

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.

UPDATE 2-Brazil airline Azul says rivals blocked carrier from profitable route

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.

Azul Reports Net Income of R$137.7 Million in 1Q19

SÃO PAULO, May 9, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Azul S.A., "Azul" (B3:AZUL4, NYSE:AZUL), the largest airline in Brazil by number of flights and cities served, announces today its results for the first quarter of 2019 ("1Q19"). The following financial information, unless stated otherwise, is...

Brazil airline Azul could bid for Avianca Brasil's assets after all

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.

Brazil's Azul no longer bidding for Avianca Brasil's routes - CEO

John Rodgerson, chief executive of Brazilian carrier Azul SA, told a press conference on Thursday the airline is no longer bidding for routes operated by Avianca Brasil, which filed for bankruptcy protection in December.

Brazil's Azul adds 200 flights out of São Paulo hub

Brazilian carrier Azul SA on Thursday said it would add 200 flights out of its São Paulo state hub to various destinations after a reduction of the ICMS tax on fuel, executives told a press conference.
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Azul Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Azul founded?

    Azul was founded in 2008.

  • How many employees does Azul have?

    Azul has 10,878 employees.

  • Who are Azul competitors?

    Competitors of Azul include Copa Holdings, JetBlue Airways and SpiceJet.

  • Where are Azul offices?

    Azul has an office in São Paulo.

  • How many offices does Azul have?

    Azul has 1 office.