Azul Airlines adds summer destinations in Brazil’s Northeast

The economic rebound and the advance of vaccination in Brazil have been boosting the airline industry.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Azul will launch unprecedented routes connecting the interior of the country to the Northeast coast for the summer season, between December and January.

Sinop and Rondonópolis, in Mato Grosso, will have direct flights to Porto Seguro, in Bahia. Goiânia airport will have direct flights to Maceió, Natal and Salvador. More routes should be announced by the end of the year.

This expansion reflects the success of the "Verão Azul Conecta" project, launched between December 2020 and January 2021, which connected tourist destinations such as Paraty, Angra dos Reis and Búzios to Congonhas . . .

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