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New state-of-the-art A321neo makes inaugural flight to Boston from the Azores  

Boston --The first all new Azores Airlines Airbus A321neo made its inaugural flight to Boston on Friday, February 2, from the Azores.

The airline will operate two Airbus A321neo aircraft during 2018, and, from 2019, these aircraft will then be replaced with four Airbus A321 LR over a two-year period.  This first aircraft is nicknamed “Breathe” to celebrate the clean air and green landscapes of the islands.
These aircraft will connect Portugal and Azores to Boston. The A321neo carries up to 186 passengers. With the widest single-aisle cabin on the market, every A321neo offers modern comfort in every class. DUuwnvCW0AAA798
The A321neo aircraft will replace Azores’ A310s and offers new levels of efficiency; passenger comforts well as environmental benefits.
The new aircraft cabin offers a modern design, a new air purifier with filters and light-emitting diodes for ambience lighting and passenger service unit. The new aircraft offers larger luggage storage, too. 
The next A321, “Wonder,” is being outfitted by Airbus right now.
Azores Airlines offers regular service between Boston the Azores as well as Lisbon and Porto with seasonal service from Providence and Oakland, with connections to Madeira, Cape Verde and the Canaries.
Azores Airlines, part of the SATA Group, has connected New England with the Azores and mainland Portugal for more than 35 years. For more information about booking flights visit or call 800-762-9995.


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