Silver Airways and Azul Airlines Announce Codeshare for Brazil Flights

by Anthony Losanno
Azul Silver Airways

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Silver Airways is a regional airline headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, FL. It flies to the Caribbean and to a handful of cities in the southeast. I’ve flown them to San Juan, Great Exuma, and St. Kitts. Flights are quick and the service is generally good. Azul Airlines is the largest Brazilian carrier in terms of daily flights and destinations served. The two announced yesterday that they are going to begin offering codeshare flights from Brazil to the US and onward with Silver Airways route network out of Florida.

Customers will be able to purchase air tickets from Brazil to destinations operated by Azul in the United States. These include Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) and Orlando International Airport (MCO), which offer plenty of connection on Silver Airways. Destinations include Gainesville Regional Airport (GNV), Key West International Airport (EYW), Tampa International Airport (TPA), as well as South Bimini Airport (BIM), Exuma International Airport (GGT), Grand Bahama Airport (FPO), Marsh Harbour’s Leonard M. Thompson International Airport (MHH), and North Eleuthera Airport (ELH) in The Bahamas. Connections to Providenciales International Airport (PLS) in Turks & Caicos will also be offered.

Pedro Motta, Chief Commercial Officer of Silver Airways, said:

We are delighted to expand our commercial relationship with Azul as Codeshare Partners. This passenger-focused arrangement will allow Azul to offer more destinations to Florida and the Bahamas with seamless connections to Silver’s safe, reliable, and customer-friendly service. We look forward to welcoming Azul’s passengers on our flights!”

André Mercadante, Director of Alliances, Planning, and Revenue Management at Azul, added:

The start of the partnership with Silver Airways reflects Azul’s mission to provide the best flight experience and expand options for our customers to explore international destinations. Now, with this new agreement, we offer access to an extensive national and international network, reinforcing our synergy and commitment to excellence in service. In this way, our customers can depart from our hubs and, with a single ticket, travel to new amazing cities, modern ones, with wonderful beaches, and full of culture.”

Silver Airways Plane

Anthony’s Take: It’s good to see these two smaller airlines connect and offer their passengers a seamless way to travel further with a single ticket, baggage, and travel experience.

(Image Credits: Silver Airways and Azul Airlines.)

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