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BLUE RECEIVES EMBRAER'S 1st PLANE

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Azul received on Thursday (12) from Embraer the world's first aircraft E195-E2, which consumes 25% less fuel than the previous version of the model. With the expected economy, the airline plans to operate on new routes and install wi-fi on board all new aircraft from January. According to the airline, some destinations were not economically viable. “On some routes, the Airbus A320 is very large, and the E195 is expensive. The E195-E2 can make these flights possible, ”said Azul's… (patria.digital) Plus d'info...

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Azul Receives Embraer's First Airplane, Announces New Routes and On-Board Internet

Azul received on Thursday (12) from Embraer the world's first aircraft E195-E2, which consumes 25% less fuel than the previous version of the model. With the expected economy, the airline plans to operate on new routes and install wi-fi on board all new aircraft from January.

According to the airline, some destinations were not economically viable. “On some routes, the Airbus A320 is very large, and the E195 is expensive. The E195-E2 can make these flights possible, ”said Azul's founder and chairman David Neeleman.

Azul's president, John Rodgerson, has already announced that the first route of the E195-E2 will be from Campinas (SP) to Brasilia (DF), and that the route from Campinas to Natal (RN) should be created. “Our goal is to create between five and six new destinations per year. We want to double the number of passengers over the next five years, ”he said.

Rodgerson said the planes delivered from January next year will come with Wi-Fi installed. "We do not have internet pricing plans yet, but it will cost close to zero," he said.

The first aircraft to receive the internet will be an Airbus A320, starting in November. "But the adoption of the internet on Embraer aircraft will be faster because they are already leaving the factory with the system installed," he said.

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