Azul Looks Toward Fleet Renewal, Unbundling Fares

Azul is working to unbundle its fares as it continues refreshing its fleet with new aircraft, the Brazilian carrier told investors during a second-quarter earnings call Aug. 14. Azul led the charge to introduce checked-baggage fees in Brazil on June 1 after regulatory changes—a move that peers Gol...

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