Azul Intends to Invest R$6 Billion per Year in Brazil in Next Three Years

Azul expects to start the joint venture with Portuguese TAP in about six months, according to Azul's vice-president Abhi Shah.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The CEO of Azul, John Rodgerson, said that the airline intends to maintain an annual investment of R$6 (US$1.5) billion in the next two or three years to continue its path of expansion in Brazil.

For 2020, the company, according to the executive, wants to break new records with the addition of more aircraft in its network and inaugurate between six and eight new cities, and one of the new routes will be abroad.

With approximately 28 million customers transported at the end of this year, Azul's goal is to surpass in . . .

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