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Offering the best on the market over the last 20 years of production and continuous innovation, the A330s are the most modern, cost-effective and reliable aircraft on the market. With a low operating cost, flexibility and high performance, the A330s are increasingly chosen by airlines, including passengers, who truly take advantage of a truly 21st century booth.

Azul's Airbus 330-200 aircraft have their interiors completely renovated. They have their passenger cabins divided into three classes: Extra, Economy Extra and Economy. The configuration of the seats of the Azul aircraft is 2-4-2, in a total of 272 seats, being great for couples and families.

The Airbus A320neo is a family of twin-engine turbofan aircraft developed and manufactured by Airbus. The A320neo replaces the aircraft of the original A320 family, which is now referred to as A320ceo, as it means "old engine option".

In addition to the new engines, the modernization program also included improvements such as aerodynamic refinements, winglets, weight reduction, a new passenger cabin with more room for hand luggage and improved air purification system. Azul Airline choose the CFM International LEAP-X engine.

Embraer 190-sized airplanes are being increasingly used around the world, replacing jets of older generations. Still, they serve to adjust the size of the airline fleet, replace larger airplanes, and open new markets. It can be single-class or two-class, serve low-cost companies, airlines that employ values ??below the other competitors. And they have the ability to make short and long flights, fully adjustable to the companies.

Azul Airlines E190 aircrafts are conventional, pressurized low-wing aircraft powered by two high compression engines (one on each wing) of the Turbofan type. It has retractable landing gear with two sets of wheels/tires for each structure. In the cockpit, "glass cockpit" style panels are installed, with an advanced integrated avionics system, enabling pilots to monitor the airplane more safely. The Embraer 190 has two rows of double seats, one on each side. It has two kitchens and two bathrooms. The passenger cabin holds up to 106 seats.

The E195 is the world's best-selling airplane in its class with a capacity of 118 passengers. Another feature of the Brazilian jet is the automatic fly-by-wire commands, technology that replaces mechanical controls.

The E195 is one of the most requested aircraft by low-cost airlines specializing in medium-size regional occupation routes. Because it is not as large as a Boeing 737, or smaller than a turbo-propeller, the Embraer aircraft is a solution that meets this "middle ground" of the commercial aviation market efficiently and according to passenger demand and costs.

They are commercial, passenger or cargo aircraft. They have two Turboprop Engines, one on each wing, and are pressurized. It has the capacity up to carry 70 passengers. They are widely used in regional companies for flights up to 750 km, combining advantage and low operating cost.

Azul's ATR 72-600 aircrafts have the best and latest technologies and innovations that exist today. With LCDs simplified, high quality and advanced functions, promoting better handling for pilots. More, they simplify their maintenance by reducing costs for airlines.

Azul Airlines has has purchased two Pilatus PC-12 with capacity for up to 8 seats and a large cargo compartment. The aircraft will be destined exclusively for the transport of parts, maintenance technicians and flight crew. The plane should reduce the number of cancellations by up to 40%.

This is the first time that a Brazilian airline acquires a small airplane to only serve the technical-operational purposes. Pilatus will be used to carry out the fleet's aircraft maintenance more quickly and efficiently, reducing the impact of a contingency situation, thus improving the service provided to our Customers", explained Flávio Costa, Azul's Technical and Operational Vice President. With the arrival of the single engine, Azul will reduce from six to five the number of reserve aircraft in its fleet, which are stopped to attend contingency situations. In this way, the company could put another Embraer 195, with capacity for 118 seats, in full operation.