Azul Airlines

From IxWiki
(Redirected from Air Insui)
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Azul Airlines, S.A.
IATA ICAO Callsign
FoundedApril 13, 1936; 92 years ago
Frequent-flyer programFlyTeal
  • Azul Lounge
  • Arrivals Lounge
  • Departures Lounge
  • Salon Air Cartadania
  • GA Lounge
AllianceGlobal Alliance
  • Azul Vacations, Inc.
  • Azul Ground Express, Inc.
  • Elisabeth Food Services
  • Teal, Inc.
  • Teal Holdings, Inc.
  • Republic Aviation Fuels Corporation
Fleet size763
Company sloganCartadania on the Move
Parent companyAzul Airlines Holdings Group
HeadquartersQairo International Airport, Novella, Qairo, Alexandria, Cartadania
Key peopleIsabela Santares (CEO)
RevenueR$48.362 billion (2031)
Operating incomeR$6.6 billion (2031)

Azul (formally Azul Airlines, S.A.), stylized as Azul, is a major Cartadanian airline headquartered in Qairo, Alexandria. It is a subsidiary of the Azul Airlines Holdings Group and a founding member of the Global Alliance airline alliance. As of 2038, Azul serves 66 domestic destinations and operates worldwide scheduled passenger and cargo services to 220 destinations in 65 countries and also carried 92,803,000 passengers in 2037. The airline's headquarters is at Qairo International Airport which also serves as the primary domestic hub for northbound flights.


Destinations and hubs


Current hubs

Alliance and codeshare agreements

Joint ventures



Solaris Business

Solaris Premium Plus

Solaris First and Solaris Business

Economy Plus


Basic Economy

Reward services

Corporate affairs


Other facilities

Original brand image

Marketing themes

Environmental efforts


Animal transport

Cyber security

Accidents and incidents

Azul Airlines Flight 6664

Flight 6664 was an international flight from Sierra International Airport that was hijacked on 18 December 1988 by the Free Pelaxia Group of Port de Vent in the air over the Sea of Canete. The terrorists murdered five passengers and their intention was to crash the plane into the Vilauristre skyline. When the aircraft reached Collinebourg, DELTA, a counter-terror unit of the Yonderian Defence Force, stormed the plane and killed all four hijackers.

See also