You can currently book some great value one-stop itineraries from Orlando, Florida to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil this October! Brazilian carrier Azul flies directly to São Paulo Viracopos – Campinas International (VCP), although, curiously, the cheapest fares can be found when connecting onwards to Rio.
As we have established, Azul flies directly from Florida’s Orlando International (MCO) to its hub at São Paulo Viracopos. It operates these nine-hour flights using Airbus A330s, of which Planespotters.net reports there are 12 in its fleet. Among these are four next-generation A330neo aircraft.
From there, one can connect onto one of Azul’s many Embraer regional jets for the short, hour-long domestic hop down to Rio de Janeiro-Santos Dumont Airport (SDU). This is Rio’s second-largest airport, and it is also a hub for GOL and LATAM Brasil. Overall, a round trip from Orlando to Rio can come to as little as $421 with Azul this October!
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You can find and book examples of these tempting one-stop fares at the links below.
- Wednesday, October 6th – Tuesday, October 26th. From $439.
- Saturday, October 9th – Saturday, October 16th. From $440.
- Wednesday, October 13th – Wednesday, October 20th. From $440.
- Tuesday, October 19th – Tuesday, October 26th. From $421.
Azul’s A330s also feature a 20-flatbed business class cabin. For those looking for luxury on this route, business class fares in October are available for around an also very tempting price of $1,250. Azul really does seem to have something for everyone!