The low-cost Azul without Airbus A350?

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The airline company low cost Azul Linhas Aéreas Brasileiras would have planned to separate next October from his two Airbus A350-900just one year after commissioning the first.

The Brazilian cheap flight specialist did not neither confirmed nor denied the news reported by the local site Aeroin, based on the update of the data on the slots of its base at the airport of Sao Paulo-Viracopos Campinas. Azul’s last A350 flights would take place at the end of October around Orlando in Florida, the road to Paris-Orly inaugurated in the spring losing its own from October 2 (the A350s would then be replaced by the A330-200 and -900 respectively). Azul simply said, ” we are always looking for fleet opportunities and will announce any changes when the time is right “.

Azul took delivery of its first A350-900 last September, the MSN168 registered PR-AOY being followed in December by the MSN124 registered PR-AOW. Both are configured to accommodate 33 passengers in Business class and 301 in Economy (334 seats).

The local press has already mentioned rumors about the profitability Azul A350s, which could join the fleet ofIberia – they would only be on routes as long as or longer than the one to France, especially compared to its current ones A330-900 298 places (five in service out of the 8 expected). Azul also has four A330-200 from 242 to 271 seats.

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