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  • Neeleman’s Azul Said to Mull Boeing-Airbus Jets to Go Abroad

    Azul, the Brazilian airline created by JetBlue Airways founder David Neeleman, is in talks with Airbus Group NV, Boeing Co. and lessors about wide-body jets to start flying abroad, people familiar with the matter said.

  • Azul Has Obtained Airplanes Ahead of New Brazil Air Plan: Folha

    Azul has defined 11 new domestic air routes to develop, “secured” planes for them as govt analyzes authorizing new air traffic program, Folha reports, citing interview with CEO David Neeleman. *If govt plan not approved in “next few months,” Azul will have to return planes: Neeleman tells newspaper *Avianca ready to order 30 new turbocharger planes, waiting for govt program approval to place orders: CEO Jose Efromovich tells Folha *NOTE: Govt considering boost traffic to remote, low-frequency areas, that could include govt subsidies. *NOTE:Brazil Seeks to Stimulate Creation of Regional Airlines: Franco FIFW NSN N081U86TTDS2 <GO>

  • Azul’s Neeleman Says Trip Acquisition Equals 4 Years of Growth

    Azul Linhas Aereas Brasileiras SA is getting the equivalent of four years’ worth of growth by acquiring Trip Linhas Aereas, said David Neeleman, Azul’s founder who will be the combined company’s biggest shareholder.

  • Neeleman’s Azul Said to Seek Up to $450 Million in IPO

    Azul Linhas Aereas Brasileiras SA, the Brazilian airline created by JetBlue Airways Corp. founder David Neeleman, may announce as soon as next week an initial public offering of as much as $450 million, according to a person familiar with the plans.

  • Azul CEO Neeleman Says IPO Will Be Revived as Brazil Rebounds

    Azul Linhas Aereas Brasileiras SA founder and Chief Executive Officer David Neeleman, who canceled the carrier’s initial public offering last month, said he’s confident in the Brazilian economy and intends to do an IPO.

  • Neeleman’s Azul Adds Jobs as Fleet Grows While Rivals Shrink

    Azul Linhas Aereas Brasileiras SA, the Brazilian airline startup founded by David Neeleman, plans to hire about 300 flight-crew members this year as its fleet expands while competitors retrench.

  • World Cup Brazil Flight Delays to Result in Airline Fines

    Remote Amazon airports, new computer operating systems and too-short runways are among the challenges for airlines including Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes SA as they shuttle 3.6 million people around Brazil during the World Cup soccer championship.

  • JetBlue Founder Neeleman’s Azul Pulls IPO as Ibovespa Slumps

    Azul Linhas Aereas Brasileiras SA, the airline created by JetBlue Airways Corp. founder David Neeleman, became the second company in Brazil to cancel an initial public offering this year amid a market slump.

  • Brazil Erodes Last BRIC Refuge for Investment Banks

    Brazil is the only so-called BRIC emerging economy where companies not owned by the government, such as Credit Suisse Group AG and Grupo BTG Pactual, still earn the most investment-banking fees. That may soon end.

  • Mission Training Grooms Mormons to Pursue Presidency, CEO Suite

    Before setting out in orderly pairs to spread their gospel door-to-door, almost all U.S. Mormon missionaries pass through the Provo Missionary Training Center.

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