The carrier just rolled out an Azul Brazil Air Pass, good for 21 days of up to four destinations throughout Brazil for US$ 399. To be eligible, customers must purchase an international roundtrip ticket on any airline.
Featuring no “black-out” travel date, this air pass will surely be very well received by the industry and the travellers with the Rio Olympics due to start in less than seven months and the exchange rate of the Real to the Australian dollar having gone from 2.2 to $1 at the same time last year to almost 3.0 to $1 now.
Azul serves more than 100 destinations, with 900 daily flights, making it Brazil’s biggest carrier in terms of cities served. Popular tourist destinations on the route map include Iguazu Falls, Rio, Manaus, Salvador, and Fernando de Noronha, a spectacular archipelago and marine preserve, that can be reached by direct flights from Recife and Natal.
Azul is bookable via all major GDS and BSP settlement via Cash and Credit Card (Visa / MasterCard) is available.