Azul Brazilian Corporate Information
Azul Brazilian, with IATA code AD, is a Brazilian airline founded in 2008 by David Neeleman, a well-known businessman in the aviation industry. The airline is currently owned by Azul S.A., a holding company that also owns Azul Cargo, Azul Viagens, and TudoAzul, the airline's loyalty program.
The airline's headquarters are located in Alphaville, a district in the city of Barueri, São Paulo, Brazil. Azul Brazilian has a workforce of approximately 12,000 employees, who work together to provide excellent customer service to the airline's passengers.
On average, Azul Brazilian operates around 850 flights per day, serving more than 100 destinations across Brazil, as well as international destinations in the United States, Portugal, and French Guiana. The airline has an average passenger volume of over 100,000 per day, making it one of the largest airlines in Brazil.
As of the most recent data available, Azul Brazilian reported revenues of approximately BRL 10.4 billion (USD 1.9 billion). The airline has been recognized for its outstanding service, receiving numerous awards, including the "Best Airline in Brazil" award by TripAdvisor's Travelers' Choice Awards in 2020.