Sao Paulo - Azul Linhas Aéreas will receive five Airbus A320neo until the end of March 2019. Two of them may be previously intended for the bankrupt Avianca Brazil.
In the last weeks of December, the Brazilian carrier received two Airbus A320neo, and one aircraft is still at the Airbus's Toulouse factory for final tests. It will join the fleet this month.
Based on unofficial information, Brazilian aviation news portal Aeroflap reports that two of the five Airbus A320neo might be from the Avianca Brazil's order book, which filed for bankruptcy last month. According to Aeroflap, the two Airbus A320neo are in the United States for repainting in Azul's colors and cabin reconfiguration.
The airplanes that were previously registered as PR-OBQ and PR-OBR will be registered as PR-YYA, and PR-YYB respectively.
Azul Linhas Aéreas took delivery of its first Airbus A320neo in October 2016 and currently operates18 airliners of this type. In total, the airline ordered 63 Airbus A320neo.