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Oceanair

'Oceanair
Oceanair Logo
IATA ICAO Callsign
TJ - -
Operating bases Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport
Destinations Cyril E. King Airport
Henry E. Rohlsen Airport
Headquarters San Juan, Puerto Rico

Oceanair (IATA: TJ) was a regional airline that flew out of San Juan, Puerto Rico (SJU). It competed on domestic routes with Prinair, and on routes to the Virgin Islands with Prinair, and with Aero Virgin Islands, using prop driven aircraft.

The airline flew from the late 1970s, when it started flying as Trans Commuter Airline,[1] to the mid-1980s.

According to the Oceanair February 15, 1982 system timetable, the airline operated up to thirteen flights a day between San Juan (SJU) and St. Thomas (STT), up to nine flights a day between San Juan (SJU) and St. Croix (STX), and two flights a day between St. Thomas (STT) and St. Croix.[2] The airline was operating 40-passenger Fairchild F-27 turboprops and 10-passenger Beechcraft Queenair prop aircraft at this time.

Oceanair was featured on Los Chicos' movie, Coneccion Caribe.

Fleet

The fleet consisted of Fairchild F-27 and CASA 212 turboprops as well as Beechcraft Queenair prop aircraft.

References

  1. ^ http://timetableimages.com/ttimages/tj2.htm
  2. ^ http://www.timetableimages.com Feb. 15, 1982 Oceanair system timetable

External links

  • Timetable images
  • AirTimes timetables


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