Shares of Brazilian airline Azul (NYSE: AZUL) were up more than 7% as of late afternoon trading. Therefore, the fact that international traffic is coming through is a sign that conditions are finally starting to normalize across the industry.
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Consolidated traffic increases 40.1% year over year in June at Azul (AZUL).