Air Azul (Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood) is delaying Boeing 737-800 (operated by Sun Country Airlines) service from Lansing to both Newark and Baltimore/Washington from June 2 to June 30. The company is also changing its name to avoid any confusion with another airline (jetBlue?) (a Metro already operates with Air Azul titles).
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Air Azul (Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood) will start twice-weekly public charter flights between Melbourne, FL and Newark on June 10. Fares will start at $79 one-way and will operate on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Flights will be operated by Sun Country Airlines.
Air Azul (Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood) is expanding. The charter airline commenced flying on December 27, 2008 between Nashville and Somerset, KY with a Fairchild Swearingen Metroliner III. Flights are operated under the AOC of its parent Locair. Locair was established in 1996 as an on-demand cargo carrier with Metros. Now Air Azul is planning to operate large public charter flights starting on June 1 from Rockford (near Chicago) to both Newark (EWR) and Baltimore/Washington (BWI) with a leased Boeing 737-800 (possibly from Sun Country Airlines). The following day it will start charter flights from Lansing to both EWR and BWI also with a 737-800. The company is also planning to also operate to Melbourne, FL, South Bend and Toledo.