Presenting the $300 Brazilian “All-You-Can-Fly” Pass

Azul Brazil debuts pretty much the best deal ever

By The Editors

Azul Brazil debuts pretty much the best deal ever
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02 September 2015

Ah, Brazil. From the megacity of Rio de Janeiro to the clandestine Iguazu Falls and all the scantily clad beaches in between, there is much to see in the world’s fifth largest country. And now is the time to go.

Because Brazilian airline Azul just launched the Brazil Air Pass — basically an all-you-can-fly buffet through Azul’s 100 destinations in the country.

Unlimited 10-day pass: $299.

Unlimited 21-day pass: $399.

No ruse here. All you have to do is fly round-trip on Azul from the U.S. (flights start at $499), and travel by December 15th. Click right here for all the details.

Perhaps breakfast at the Copacabana Palace Hotel, then windsurfing in Fortaleza before chowing down on some Amazonian delicacies at D.O.M. in São Paulo?

Sounds about right. We’ll meet ya out there.

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