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Total Linhas Aéreas

Total Linhas Aéreas
IATA
ICAO
TTL
Callsign
TOTAL
Founded 1988
Fleet size 09
Destinations 12
Headquarters Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Key people Alfredo Meister Neto
Website .br.com.totalwww

Total Linhas Aéreas S/A is an airline based in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, founded in 1988. It operates cargo and charter services.

History

The airline has its origins in 1988 as air taxi company called Total Aero Taxi, owned by Grupo Empresarial Rota.

In December 1994 Total was sold to Transportadora Sulista S/A, a group specialized in road transportation. It is from this time that dates the letter S that can be seen on its logo.

In 1996 Total started operating as a regular regional air carrier with authorization for passenger and cargo transportation, operating its own flights and also on behalf of other Brazilian airlines such as Transbrasil.[1]

In 1999 Total participated with Interbrasil STAR in the creation of a shuttle service between Rio de Janeiro-Santos Dumont and Belo Horizonte-Pampulha using mostly the ATR-42 of Total.[2]

On Nov 13, 2007 TRIP Linhas Aéreas and Total Linhas Aéreas agreed to merge, and on May 2008, after approval by the National Civil Aviation Agency of Brazil, the merger was concluded. According to this agreement, all passenger services were transferred to TRIP Linhas Aéreas whereas charter and cargo flights remained under the brand Total Linhas Aéreas.

On May 2012, days before the announced purchase of TRIP Linhas Aéreas by Azul Brazilian Airlines[3][4] Trip and Total were separated. However Total decided to continue with only cargo and charter flights operations.

Presently Total operates three ATR42-500 for regular charter flights, particularly for Petrobras in Amazonas and five Boeing 727-200F for cargo and nightmail flights as per contract with Brazilian Post and Telegraph Corporation and the Central Bank of Brazil, among others.[5]

Destinations

As of September 2014 Total Linhas Aéreas regularly operated services to the following destinations in Brazil:[6]

City Airport Notes
Altamira Altamira Airport Terminated
Araguaína Araguaína Airport Terminated
Araxá Romeu Zema Airport Terminated
Armação dos Búzios Umberto Modiano Airport Terminated
Belém Val de Cans/Júlio Cezar Ribeiro International Airport Terminated
Belo Horizonte Confins/Tancredo Neves International Airport Cargo
Belo Horizonte Pampulha – Carlos Drummond de Andrade Airport Terminated
Brasília Pres. Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport Terminated
Carajás (Parauapebas) Carajás Airport Terminated
Cabo Frio Cabo Frio International Airport Terminated
Carauari Carauari Airport Charter
Coari Coari Airport Charter
Cuiabá Mal. Rondon International Airport Terminated
Curitiba Afonso Pena International Airport Cargo
Diamantina Diamantina Airport Terminated
Florianópolis Hercílio Luz International Airport Cargo
Fortaleza Pinto Martins International Airport Cargo
Goiânia Santa Genoveva Airport Terminated
Governador Valadares Cel. Altino Machado de Oliveira Airport Terminated
Ipatinga Usiminas Airport Terminated
Itaituba Itaituba Airport Terminated
Macaé Benedito Lacerda Airport Terminated
Manaus Brig. Eduardo Gomes International Airport Charter
Montes Claros Mário Ribeiro Airport Terminated
Parintins Júlio Belém Airport Terminated
Patos de Minas Pedro Pereira dos Santos Airport Terminated
Porto Alegre Salgado Filho International Airport Cargo
Porto de Trombetas (Oriximiná) Porto Trombetas Airport Terminated
Porto Velho Gov. Jorge Teixeira de Oliveira International Airport Terminated
Porto Urucu (Coari) Porto Urucu Airport Charter
Ribeirão Preto Leite Lopes Airport Terminated
Rio de Janeiro Galeão/Antonio Carlos Jobim International Airport Terminated
Rio de Janeiro Santos Dumont Airport Terminated
Rio Verde Gal. Leite de Castro Airport Terminated
Salvador da Bahia Dep. Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport Cargo
Santarém Maestro Wilson Fonseca Airport Terminated
São João del Rei Pref. Octávio de Almeida Neves Airport Terminated
São Paulo Guarulhos/Gov. André Franco Montoro International Airport Cargo
Tefé Tefé Airport Terminated
Tucuruí Tucuruí Airport Terminated
Uberaba Mário de Almeida Franco Airport Terminated
Uberlândia Ten. Cel. Av. César Bombonato Airport Terminated
Vitória Eurico de Aguiar Salles Airport (Goiabeiras) Terminated

Fleet

As of September 2014 the fleet of Total Linhas Aéreas included the following aircraft:[7]

Airline affinity program

Total Linhas Aéreas has no Frequent Flyer Program.

Accidents and incidents

References

  1. ^ "História" (in Portuguese). Total Linhas Aéreas. Retrieved December 4, 2012. 
  2. ^ Davies, R. E. G. (1997). Transbrasil: An Airline and its Aircraft. McLean: Paladwr Press. p. 53. 
  3. ^ "Azul e Trip anunciam fusão" (in Portuguese). Folha.com. May 28, 2012. Retrieved May 28, 2012. 
  4. ^ Reigada, Maria Izabel (August 31, 2012). "Caprioli anuncia fim da marca trip na fusão com Azul" (in Portuguese). Panrotas. Retrieved August 31, 2012. 
  5. ^ CH Aviation Fleet updated 25 March 2014
  6. ^ "Mapa de rotas" (in Portuguese). Total Linhas Aéreas. Retrieved September 28, 2014. 
  7. ^ "Frota atual das empresas brasileiras" (in Portuguese). Aeromuseu. December 22, 2012. Retrieved September 23, 2014. 
  8. ^ "Accident description PT-MTS". Aviation Safety Network. Retrieved July 23, 2011. 

External links

  • Total accidents as per Aviation Safety Database
  • Linhas Aereas Total Photo Archive at airliners.net
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