Azul Brazilian Airlines adds daily flight from Orlando International

| November 18, 2015

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Azul Brazilian Airlines offers more than 900 daily flights to 101 destinations, but this is the first-ever nonstop flight for this route. Belo Horizonte is Azul Brazilian Airlines second hub destination, and will allow Orlando travellers to connect to more than 100 destinations. The new daily service will depart Orlando (MCO) at 6pm, arriving in Belo Horizonte at 5:32am the following morning. The return flight will depart Belo Horizonte at 10:18am, arriving at MCO at 4:15pm. Azul Brazilian Airlines also operates daily flights from Fort Lauderdale to Miami and Orlando to São Paulo. Azul Cargo services are available in all international flights.

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