See Brazil - Like, All Of It - For $299
Let’s state from the outset that the deal we’re about to tell you about is not good during the 2016 Summer Olympics.
But it’s still a pretty good deal and fun way to see the host country before the hoopla begins.
Azul Airlines, Brazil's largest airline by cities served, today introduced the Azul Brazil Air Pass offering 10 days of unlimited flights throughout Brazil for $299, or 21 days of flights for $399. The air pass is now available via US travel agencies or by calling Azul's Customer Service (1 844 499 2985) for customers with round-trip tickets purchased from any city in the United States to Brazil. Eligible itineraries must originate in the U.S., flown wholly on Azul or a combination of Azul and United Airlines.
"The Azul Brazil Air Pass is another market leading innovation with the best value there is to see and experience all the wonderful sights and attractions that Brazil has to offer," said David Neeleman, founder and CEO of Azul. Neeleman was also the founder of JetBlue. "When you consider our lowest fares from Florida to Sao Paulo/Campinas start at just $499 round-trip, now you can spend 10 days seeing all of Brazil for less than $800. That's incredible value and there are great deals on hotels and transfers via Azul Viagens (Azul's travel agency) starting at $165."
A selection of Azul Viagens' best hotel deals include: three nights in Rio de Janeiro at the Arcos Rio Palace Hotel, with transfers included, starting at $195; four nights in Iguacu Falls at the Best Western hotel with transfers, starting at $165; and, seven nights in Maceio at Brisa Mar Hotel, with transfers, starting at $359.
Azul's air pass is on sale until Nov. 30, 2015 and travel must be completed by Dec. 15, 2015. Some restrictions and black-out fates apply. Baggage fees, restrictions and black-out dates apply.
More details are available at www.flyazul.com/airpass.
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