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BRA Transportes Aéreos

BRA Transportes Aéreos
(Brasil Rodo Aéreo)
IATA ICAO Callsign
B7 BRB BRA-TRANSPAEREOS
Founded 1999
Frequent-flyer program none
Airport lounge none
Alliance none
Fleet size 0
Destinations Charters
Headquarters São Paulo, Brazil
Key people Humberto Folegatti (CEO)
Website http://www.voebra.com.br

BRA (Brasil Rodo Aéreo) Transportes Aéreos was a short-life Brazilian low-fare airline based in São Paulo, Brazil, which used to operate both domestic and international scheduled services, as well as charter flights. Its main base was São Paulo/Guarulhos International Airport.[1] BRA was the third largest airline in Brazil with 4.19% of the domestic Brazilian market as of August 2006 .

On 6 November 2007 BRA requested the National Civil Aviation Agency to suspend all of its flights starting on 7 November and to leave all of its 1,100 employees under previous notice, a mandatory notice of termination of employment.[2][3]

Contents

  • History 1
  • Destinations 2
  • Fleet 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

History

The airline was established and started operations in 1999. It was formed as a domestic charter airline Brasil Rodo Aéreo by Panexpress Viagens e Turismo and transformed itself into a low-fare airline from March 2006 rebranded as BRA Transportes Aéreos[1][4] In July 2007 BRA had started a code-share agreement with OceanAir increasing substantially their domestic destinations.

In 2009 the airline was back in operations with charters flights. The airline had a solo Boeing 737-300 ex-Gol Airlines, but it was sold to Puma Air, a Brazilian airline that started operating jets in 2010.

On June 18, 2009 BRA had its authorization to operate non-regular passenger renewed for one year by the Brazilian Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC).[5] Therefore, BRA operates flights on behalf of other airlines or parties, as contracted.

Destinations

BRA Transportes Aéreos operates only non-regular passenger services on behalf of other airlines or parties, as contracted.

A BRA Boeing 767-300 at Milan-Malpensa in 2006
BRA Ticket Office at Brasília International Airport, in Brazil

Previously, BRA operated services to the following scheduled domestic destinations : (Destinations - IATA/ICAO codes)

BRA Operated services to the following international destinations:

Scheduled Flights:

Charter (Operated flights):

Fleet

Present fleet (June/2010):

None. (Boeing 737-300 sold to Puma Air)

Fleet as of August/2009:

By the time when first BRA has ceased its operations, its fleet consisted of the following aircraft:[1]

And had the following orders and/or options:

References

  1. ^ a b c "Directory: World Airlines".  
  2. ^ BRA pede suspensão de vôos e afasta 1.100 funcionários, Folha Online, (6 November 2007). Retrieved on 7 November 2007. (Portuguese)
  3. ^ Brazil airline BRA requests suspension of all flights amid financial woes, International Herald Tribune, (6 November 2007). Retrieved on 7 November 2007.
  4. ^ panrotas 27 oct 2003
  5. ^ "ANAC autoriza BRA a operar voos não regulares e exige proteção aos passageiros" (in Portuguese). ANAC. 18 June 2009. Retrieved 15 October 2010. 

External links

  • BRA Transportes Aéreos
  • BRA Transportes Aéreos Fleet Detail
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