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 and LATAM followed in the subsequent weeks. Azul now is selling two different fare types within Brazil, called the “Azul” and “Mais Azul.” The Azul fare does not ...


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