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Azul SA (AZUL.N)

AZUL.N on New York Stock Exchange

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About

Azul SA is a Brazil-based company engaged in the provision of passenger transportation services. The Company primarily acts as an airline operator under the Azul brand name. The Company provides scheduled flights between numerous cities in Brazil, including Sao Paulo, Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, Porto Alegre,... (more)

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Market Cap(Mil.): $2,789.95
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 108.88
Dividend: --
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Financials

  AZUL.N Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 17.08 12.80 26.83
EPS (TTM): 1.52 -- --
ROI: 9.60 7.40 7.15
ROE: 23.63 10.95 12.77

Azul no longer bidding for Avianca Brasil's routes: CEO

SAO PAULO John Rodgerson, chief executive of Brazilian carrier Azul SA, told a news conference on Thursday that the airline is no longer bidding for routes operated by Avianca Brasil, which filed for bankruptcy protection in December.

Apr 18 2019

UPDATE 1-Azul no longer bidding for Avianca Brasil's routes -CEO

SAO PAULO, April 18 John Rodgerson, chief executive of Brazilian carrier Azul SA, told a news conference on Thursday that the airline is no longer bidding for routes operated by Avianca Brasil, which filed for bankruptcy protection in December.

Apr 18 2019

Brazil's Azul no longer bidding for Avianca Brasil's routes - CEO

SAO PAULO, April 18 John Rodgerson, chief executive of Brazilian carrier Azul SA, told a press conference on Thursday the airline is no longer bidding for routes operated by Avianca Brasil, which filed for bankruptcy protection in December.

Apr 18 2019

Bankrupt Avianca Brasil lures Gol, LATAM bids, Azul role uncertain

SAO PAULO Brazilian airline Avianca Brasil plans to split into seven units that it will auction off separately, with rivals LATAM Airlines and Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes both planning to bid for some of those parts in a bankruptcy auction.

Apr 03 2019

UPDATE 2-Bankrupt Avianca Brasil lures Gol, LATAM bids, Azul role uncertain

SAO PAULO, April 3 Brazilian airline Avianca Brasil plans to split into seven units that it will auction off separately, with rivals LATAM Airlines and Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes both planning to bid for some of those parts in a bankruptcy auction.

Apr 03 2019

Airline Avianca Brasil to trim fleet size, destinations

SAO PAULO, March 26 Brazilian carrier Avianca Brasil will reduce its fleet size and cease operations at Rio de Janeiro's international airport as it downsizes in the wake of a bankruptcy filing in December, the firm said on Tuesday.

Mar 26 2019

Brazil's Azul hopes to take over Avianca Brasil's planes at lower lease rates

SAO PAULO Brazilian airline Azul SA hopes to take over 30 of struggling Avianca Brasil's aircraft at cheaper lease rates, take control of two-thirds of Avianca's airport slots and rehire many of its workers, while avoiding its crippling debts and any labor disputes, Chief Executive John Rodgerson said on Thursday.

Mar 14 2019

UPDATE 2-Brazil's Azul hopes to take over Avianca Brasil's planes at lower lease rates

SAO PAULO, March 14 Brazilian airline Azul SA hopes to take over 30 of struggling Avianca Brasil's aircraft at cheaper lease rates, take control of two-thirds of Avianca's airport slots and rehire many of its workers, while avoiding its crippling debts and any labor disputes, Chief Executive John Rodgerson said on Thursday.

Mar 14 2019

Brazilian airline Azul posts profit drop in Q4

SAO PAULO, March 14 Brazil's third largest airline Azul SA on Thursday said it had a profit of 138 million reais ($36.19 million) in the fourth quarter of 2018, a 54 percent drop from the same period last year.

Mar 14 2019

Avianca Brasil strikes deal with Azul, holds on to planes for now

SAO PAULO Brazilian airline Azul SA on Monday said it will seek to buy certain assets held by struggling rival Avianca Brasil for $105 million, on the same day a local court allowed the carrier to hold onto its planes despite mounting missed payments.

Mar 11 2019

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