Brazil Airlines


List of airlines of Brazil,

Azul Air, Voegol, TAM Airlines, Voe Passaredo

Aircraft Model; Air Azul / Embraer Erj-195

Air Azul's Logo Azul-logo

Azul is a low cost carrier based in Brazil. Azul began service in 2008. Azul serves 106 destinations in Brazil, French Guiana, the United States, and Uruguay. Azul is the third largest airline in Brazil. Azul has a Skytrax World Airline Awards in 2012 in the categories of “Best Low-Cost Airline of Latin America”


Gol's Logo gol-logo

Gol is a Brazilian airline in Brazil. The company is the largest low-cost airline in South America and the second largest Brazilian airline company by market share and fleet size, after TAM Airlines. The airline was established in 2000 and started operations in 2001. GOL currently has 91 737-800 aircraft, 24 737-700 aircraft, and now 7 737 MAX aircraft. Gol uses these aircraft fly routes in Brazil, South America, North America and the Caribbean.


TAM Airlines's Logo tam-logo

TAM Airlines is the Brazilian brand of LATAM Airlines Group. The merger of TAM with LAN Airlines was completed in 2012. the network of TAM Group covers Brazil, Paraguay, Europe, North and South America.


Aircraft Model; Passaredo Airlines / ATR 72-500

Passaredo Airlines's Logo Passaredo-logo

Passaredo is an airline based in Brazil. Passaredo operates regional services in Brazil. Passaredo Linhas Aéreas currently flies with a fleet composed of ATR 72-500 turboprop aircraft. Passaredo based in Ribeirao Preto, It operates schedued flights to 13 destinations: Araguaina, Barreiras, Brasilia, Goiania, Palmas, Ribeirao Preto, Rio de Janeiro, Rondonopolis, Salvador, Sao Jose do Rio Preto, Sao Paulo, Uberlandia, and Vitoria da Conquista.