Azul Brazilian Airlines reported a BRL238.3 million ($61.6 million) net profit for the 2018 second quarter, reversing its BRL386 million net loss of 2Q 2017, as revenues generated by seven new Airbus A320neos offset rising fuel prices, a weakened Brazilian currency and a nationwide truckers strike. read more (Date:08/13/2018 01:05) Read full article >>

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