Azul Brazilian Airlines expects a total capacity growth of 18%-20% this year, consisting of a 16%-18% increase in domestic capacity and a 20%-25% rise in international capacity. Azul is scheduled add 12 A320neos for domestic routes, three A330neos for international routes and six Embraer E195-E2s in 2019. At the same time, the airline plans to phase out 15 E195s. At year-end 2019, Azul’s total fleet of 129 operating aircraft will comprise 48 E-Jets, six E195-E2s, 33 ATR 72s, 32 ...

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