Emirates and Azul Codeshare agreement partnership reaches new heights in year 2024

Emirates and Azul signed a codeshare agreement in 2021, but with the introduction of a reciprocal loyalty programme in 2024, their partnership has reached new heights. With a combined network...

Emirates and Azul signed a codeshare agreement in 2021, but with the introduction of a reciprocal loyalty programme in 2024, their partnership has reached new heights. With a combined network of 280 destinations worldwide, frequent flyers of TudoAzul and Emirates Skywards can now accrue and redeem Miles.

This is a great chance to earn miles in accordance with the agreement. Members of Emirates Skywards may collect Miles while visiting over 150 destinations on Azul’s network. Additionally, they are eligible to receive up to 1.5 Skywards Miles per mile in Business class and up to 1 Skywards Miles per mile in Economy class. One more advantage is that members can use airline rewards for both Azul Business and Azul Economy classes on emirates.com.

Through this partnership, members of TudoAzul will also be able to accumulate Miles by travelling to over 130 destinations worldwide on six continents through Emirates’ global network. Members of Azul can also take advantage of flight rewards on Emirates Business and Economy class cabins.

Divisional Senior Vice President of Emirates Skywards, Dr. Nejib Ben Khedher, stated “We’re very pleased to be announcing a new partnership with Azul, the largest airline in Brazil. Skywards members can now rack up even more Miles while discovering hundreds of cities across Brazil and South America.”

Emirates is an internationally recognised airline that has won numerous awards. With its A380 and B777 aircraft, Emirates connects passengers and facilitates global trade through its modern hub in Dubai, spanning six continents. Emirates has over 30 million members worldwide in its loyalty programme, Emirates Skywards. With it, you can earn exclusive benefits for every tier, such as access to airport lounges, instant flight upgrades, priority check-in and baggage allowance, special Cash + Miles rates, and free onboard Wi-Fi. There are hundreds of brand partners in the Emirates Skywards programme, including airline, hotel, financial, retail, and lifestyle partners. A one-stop shop featuring over 4000 retail, lifestyle, and car rental partners, as well as access to over 2 million hotels worldwide via travel partners, has recently been launched to teach members how to earn and spend Miles every day, everywhere.

Regarding the agreement between Emirates and Azul, Emirates presently runs daily A380 flights to Sao Paulo and B777-300ER flights between Dubai and Rio de Janeiro, which also connects passengers to Buenos Aries. As per the codeshare agreement, customers of Emirates and Azul will be able to connect to/from Rio de Janeiro, Santos Dumont (SDU), Belem (BEL), Belo Horizonte (CNF) , Cuiaba (CGB), Curitiba (CWB), Juazeiro Do Norte (JDO), Porto Alegre (POA) and Recife (REC) airports on flights operated by Azul to Emirates with a single ticket from Sao Paulo (GRU) to Dubai and other destinations.

In addition to providing benefits to passengers, codeshare agreements also benefit airline companies and pilots. Pilot Wesam Al Najjar and I had a thorough conversation about this subject, during which he made some insightful remarks. According to Pilot Wesam Al Najjar, “As it is well-known that when two airlines enter into a codeshare agreement, they will share the same flight under their respective airline designator codes, treating it as though it were their own. This means that a flight operated by one airline can be marketed and sold by another airline as if it were one of their own flight. The airlines will be able to provide a number of benefits in this way, including a broader network, better connectivity, more frequency and flexibility, resource sharing, and cost savings. The codeshare agreement offers the pilot numerous benefits as well, such as more career advancement opportunities, standardised training, varied experience, and more job opportunities.

As the idea of a codeshare agreement quickly draws in skilled pilots and facilitates the advancement of their careers. This is going to be crucial for improving the safety and culture of the company. In compliance with international civil aviation regulations, and by utilising technological advancements to promote self-sufficient and enduring expansion. One noteworthy feature is that learning and positive mindset-building opportunities grow along with the customer base. Using the “Fast Track” strategy, which elevates experienced pilots to higher positions, can greatly quicken a company’s transition because of their extensive experience, proactive approach, and unwavering drive to achieve unprecedented heights. In the aviation industry, collaboration is likened to the widening and connecting of essential arteries, which increases the flow, robustness, and range of activities.

The aviation industry is a prime example of how innovation and commitment can drive positive change, as demonstrated by its transformative power. By using the Bernoulli Tube principle to connect cities and people worldwide, aviation acts as a gateway and represents intelligent connectivity. It symbolises a common quest of quality that brings together various communities and cultures. The availability of multiple flight options at competitive prices that accommodate varying preferences and contracts is an example of this unity. Furthermore, the essence of aviation is found in its personnel’s dedication to providing the highest level of care to clients and passengers. Each company is fundamentally based on the idea that serving others comes first and that excellence should be prioritised in all aspects of the business.

Aviation is like a revitalising spring that feeds trees and gardens, making them more vibrant and productive.

 In summary, passengers will ultimately benefit from the codeshare agreement between Emirates and Azul, which not only increases the airlines’ global connectivity but also provides passengers with more travel options, seamless connections, and increased convenience. In order to facilitate logistics and strengthen and improve aviation globally, WE hope to see increased connectivity between airlines, which represents a sense of collaboration and camaraderie among airline companies.”

We appreciate Pilot Wesam Al Najjar sharing his opinions with Asian World Newspaper.

By: Rida Khan (Aviation Author)

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