Air Canada seems to be hard at work, after teaming up with Etihad, they are not welcoming Azul Brazilian Airlines (Azul) as its newest travel partners. Effective today (July 8, 2020), Aeroplan Members can earn and redeem Aeroplan miles for travel (all cabins) with Azul.
Azul is a Brazilian airline carrier based in São Paulo, Brazil, that operates a fleet of 145 aircraft including two-class Airbus A330s, while serving over 100 destinations across South America as well as select routes to Europe and the United States.
Below is the Aeroplan accrual chart for flights operated by Azul.
|Eligible Booking Classes||Minimum Miles|
|Class of Service||Booking
Class of Service
|Business Class||J, C, D, I||150%||375 miles|
|Economy Class||Y, B, A, E, F
G, H, K, L, M
|Economy Class||P, Q||75%||188 miles|
|Economy Class||S, T, U||50%||125 miles|
|Economy Class||X, Z||25%||63 miles|
Other noteworthy terms of this partnership:
- Fuel surcharges will not apply on Azul operated flights.
- Azul flights will be subject to Aeroplan’s Fixed Mileage Flight Reward chart.
- Aeroplan members will be able to book Azul flights by phonr or online.
- Azul flights can be combined with flights operated by Air Canada and our other international partners.