Azul Linhas Aéreas Brasileiras (AD, Campinas Viracopos) and TRIP Linhas Aéreas (T4, Campinas Viracopos) shareholders have agreed to a merger that will see Azul shareholders holding a 66% of the shares in the combined new holding company. The two carriers themselves are expected to be merged eventually operating as a single carrier but possibly retaining the two brands. Azul currently operates 31 EMB-195s, 10 EMB-190s, 7 ATR 72-600s and 6 ATR 72-200s. TRIP operates 10 EMB-190s, 9 EMB-175s, 5 ATR 72-600s, 15 ATR 72-500s, 12 ATR 42-500s, 10 ATR 42-300s and a single EMB-120. The two carriers operate a total of 116 regional aircraft right now and will clearly be the #3 on the Brazilian domestic market with a 15% market share.