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Puma Air’s 100.000th Passenger Celebrated in GUARULHOS, SÃO PAOLO (BRAZIL)
Before one year of it’s operations comeback, Puma Air celebrates the 100.000th passenger boarded. Jaqueline Cordeiro de Souza was received with a party and a gift, as she was checking-in by the airline’s ground agent Félix de Lima and colleagues at the international airport of São Paulo, located in Guarulhos-SP (GRU).
The Brazilian market is loaded with more and more low-cost oriented attitude, the airline located in the northern State of Pará is betting on a quite different approach. “It is good to know that more and more customers are being attracted by Puma Air’s business model of offering more comfort, leg space and differentiated in-flight service”. Informed the company’s president Gleisson Cambogi. Puma Air restarted flying under the new administration in April 2010.
“To offer outstanding passenger service is a challenge for Puma Air and for the airline’s IT providers. We are proud to have the 100.000th passenger checked-in by Travel Technology Interactive’s ReservaWeb”, celebrated José Mario Restini, Travel Technology Interactive do Brasil’s Marketing Director.
Travel Technology Interactive provides hosted inventory and reservation solutions for Puma and 45 other airlines, 12 of them in Brazil.
With headquarters in Belém-PA, Puma Air operates to Fortaleza-CE, Macapá-AP and also flies charter operations to Luanda in Angola. Puma Air is authorised to provide four flights per week between Brazil and Angola by the Brazilian National Civil Aviation Agency (Anac). According to Cambogi, Puma will keep growing according to initial plans and will finish the semester with 4 Boeing 737-700 and two new national destinations and also to Portugal.