Salvador has frequencies to São Paulo increased by Azul

Salvador has frequencies to São Paulo increased by Azul

With a new route operated by the company, the terminal will have 73 weekly flights to Congonhas and 58 to Guarulhos


As of February, passengers interested in embarking for the destination of the "land of drizzle" will be able to count on 131 regular weekly flights from Salvador Bahia Airport, a member of the VINCI Airports network. This achievement was thanks to the new route operated by Azul, which will have two daily flights to Congonhas Airport and an extra third from Monday to Friday.


Salvador departures take place at 5 am, 11:20 am and 6:10 pm. This is the second route that Azul opens at Salvador Bahia Airport in 2021. In January, the company started flights to Ilhéus.


With all other airlines, there will be a total of 73 flights to Congonhas airport, located in the capital of São Paulo, and 58 to Guarulhos, considered the main center of connectivity in Brazil.


With the new flight schedule, Azul starts to serve, from Salvador, regular flights to Vitória da Conquista, Porto Seguro, Ilhéus, São Paulo (Congonhas and Campinas), Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Recife.


About Salvador Bahia Airport


Located in Salvador, capital of Bahia and the first Brazilian capital, Salvador Bahia Airport has been part of the VINCI Airports network since January 2, 2018 through a 30-year Concession Contract. Since then, the airport has incorporated global operating standards, seeking to deliver more efficiency, safety and a better travel experience for its passengers. With this objective, works were carried out to modernize and expand the passenger terminal, an investment of R $ 700 million that increased its capacity by 50%, from 10 million to 15 million passengers per year.


Named as the "Most Sustainable Aerodrome in Brazil", Salvador Bahia Airport stands out for its pioneering spirit in environmental preservation actions. Guided by Air Pact, VINCI Airports' global strategy, the airport was the first in Brazil to reuse 100% of the water consumed, not to dispense solid waste for landfills and to have a solar plant – with 4.2 MW of power. The airport's actions to reduce carbon emissions led it to receive the Carbon Accreditation Certification (ACA Certification) by the International Airport Council (ACI). More information can be found on the website www.salvador-airport.com.br or on the social networks @salvadorbahiaairport.


About VINCI Airports


VINCI Airports, as the leading private airport operator in the world, manages the development and operation of 45 airports located in Brazil, Cambodia, Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, France, Japan, Portugal, Serbia, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States. Served by more than 250 airlines, VINCI Airports' network handled 255 million passengers in 2019.


Through its expertise as a comprehensive integrator, VINCI Airports develops, finances, builds and operates airports, leveraging its investment capability and know-how to optimise the management and performance of airports and carry out extensions and upgrades. In 2019, its annual revenue for managed activities amounted to €4.9 billion, for a consolidated revenue of €2.6 billion. www.vinci-airports.com.