Azul Brazilian Airlines, which recently launched nonstop service to the U.S., will offer this fall “the Azul Brazil Air Pass, offering 10 days of unlimited flights throughout Brazil for $299 or 21 days of flights for $399.” The promotion recalls JetBlue’s All You Can Jet pass—and Azul’s own version of the promotion that the airline first launched in 2009.. The pass is available through November 30 for travel to be completed by December 15.
There’s also a 21 day version for $399. To be eligible, customers must fly round-trip from the US to Brazil on Azul, which offers daily flights from Fort Lauderdale and Orlando, as well as connections from other points in the US via its code-share partner United. With US originating fares starting at $499 roundtrip, you could spend 10 days seeing all of Brazil for less than $800.
Brazil is really cheap right now. The exchange rate of the real to the dollar has gone from 2.2 to $1 last January to 3.6 to $1 now. Hotels and meals are cheap.
The pass can be purchased by using the US customer service line at 844-499-2985.
Conde Nast Traveler 8-26-15