Another New Airline Begins Service
Tuesday, January 06, 2009
The aviation industry continues to grow and create opportunities for new pilots. A new airline has just started up in Brazil. Azul Linhas Aereas Brasileiras SA started service last month with four jetliners. The airline plans to buy four more aircraft soon. Azul Linhas started service sooner than planned in order to capitalize on the holiday season.
"Azul" means "blue" in Portuguese. The airline started with US $150 million in funding from investors in both the U.S. and Brazil. It was launched by the founder and former chief executive of JetBlue Airways; this is the fourth low-cost airline started by him. JetBlue is the seventh-largest U.S. airline by traffic. Azul Linhas is flying Embraer aircraft, a Brazilian jetliner manufacturer.
Whether you are Brazilian or from other parts of the world, the debut of Azul Linhas Aereas Brasileiras SA is just another example of the increasing opportunities for an excellent career as a commercial airline pilot.
Interested? Call Phoenix East Aviation at 1-386-258-0703 -- or go to www.pea.com to find out more about how you train to be an airline pilot and have an exciting career flying all over the world.
Phoenix East Aviation Inc
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